Digital impressioning systems have been around for decades and their advantages are well documented. Still, a large majority of dentists do not use them in their practices. This feature examines the pros and cons of these systems and explains the barriers to their use.
While a standard of care for implant maintenance based on available research specific to implants has yet to be established, there are effective means and strategies for patients to clean the areas under and around implants and various prosthetic replacements.
From the foods we eat to the air we breathe, sources of radioactivity may be everywhere. Dental X-rays are an obvious source--and your patients may be concerned. Learn how you as a key dental team member can reduce exposure levels.
Many laboratories have found themselves struggling in the current economy. Tried-and-true operational business strategies are just not yielding the same proven results as they did in the past. Find out how lab owners are using unorthodox business strategies to prove success in today’s economic landscape.
The Three-Quarter Arch T-LOC™ Triple Tray® design is ideal for Incisors, canines and pre-molars. The tray captures all four canines to allow for observation of canine rise and Incisal guidance and provides greater symmetry in aesthetic zone. The Three-Quarter Arch features flange points to help “break the seal” and assist in removal of the loaded tray.
With solutions to the needs of the restorative practice through innovative products and peer-to-peer education on proper use within a procedure, this publication contains practical educational information from three of today’s leading clinicians.