Freehand Diastema Closure Mastering the Class IV Restoration Instructor: Dr. Robert MargeasLocation: Rotsaert Dental Laboratory 71 Emerald St. S., Hamilton, ONDate:October 2, 2019, 5:30pm-8:00pm Instructor: Dr. Robert MargeasLocation: Rotsaert Dental Laboratory 71 Emerald St. S., Hamilton, ON Date:October 8, 2019, 6:30pm-9:00pm Includes 2 CE Credits, light dinner and refreshments Visit http://www.clinicalresearchdental.com or Call 1-800-265-3444 ext. […]
We live in a digital world and dentistry is no exception. Technology affects all aspects of the profession of dentistry – from diagnosis and design to the fabrication of restorative prostheses. Digital Work-Flow
Humans have been storing information ever since writing was first developed. Before the invention of 3D scanning, dentists and lab technicians would store physical models and paper files in cabinets. However, information storage is now in a digital stage so rather than cabinets, we use computers. File formats are used to encode information to store […]
LOCATOR CORE TOOL The LOCATOR Implant Attachment System features a Core Tool that contains 3-tools-in-1. This convenient tool is used to carry and place the LOCATOR Attachment onto the implant, remove the LOCATOR Male, and insert the male into the LOCATOR Denture Cap. Insert drivers for various types of torque wrenches are available to achieve […]
Denture Implant Prosthesis It is imperative that all resorbed and missing tissue be replaced as part of a prosthetic treatment. Many patients demand a prosthesis that cannot be dislodged or has even slight movement during eating or speaking. The restoration should not be over contoured. Phonetics dictate a precise placement of the anterior teeth […]
The effects of prepared tooth shade on IPS e.max Press copings using Medium Value and High Value translucent, Variolink® Veneer Glycerol-Based Try-In Paste from Ivoclar Vivadent.
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Shade Communication Tips: Take shade at the beginning of an appointment. Teeth will dehydrate within 45 seconds. Teeth will re-hydrate in approximately 1 hour. Surface anomalies will become visible that are not present when teeth are hydrated.