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Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 11: Prep and Impression Techniques VI

Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 11: Prep and Impression Techniques VI

Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 11: Prep and Impression Techniques VI

Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD
Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD
on behalf of Glidewell Dental

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Launch date: 06 Mar 2017
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Last updated: 07 Mar 2017

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Achieving patient satisfaction in restorative dentistry may appear problematic due to the myriad variables that must be managed. However, by implementing techniques that provide predictable results, understanding the requirements, pros and cons of available restorative materials, and accurately communicating the oral environment to the laboratory, a clinician can increase the likelihood that the final restoration will exceed the esthetic and functional requirements of the patient.. Although chairside conditions present unique challenges in every dental restorative case, adopting standardized methods for preparing teeth and taking conventional impressions can remove many unwanted variables that may compromise the fit or function of the final restoration.

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Creating the ideal arch form during veneer preparation Minimum reduction requirements for various restorative materials The Reverse Preparation Technique The Two-Cord Impression Technique Capturing quality impressions of areas below the margin Decontaminating salivary phosphates after try-in The pros and cons of bonding vs. cementing Effects of endodontic drilling through a monolithic restoration Laboratory design services available for partial denture preparation Training esthetic ovate pontic receptor sites from same-day extractions Communicating bite relation for partially edentulous arches Maintaining the centric stop in full-mouth rehabilitation cases Fabrication of an all-zirconia full-arch implant prosthesis
Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD

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Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, FAGD
on behalf of Glidewell Dental

Glidewell Laboratories, based in Newport Beach, California, is an industry-leading provider of high-quality dental lab products and services to dental professionals nationwide for a low cost. Established in January 1970 by Jim Glidewell, CDT, the lab specializes in crown & bridge, ceramic, removable full and partial dentures, dental implants and prosthetic components, and full-cast restorations. Glidewell is an industry leader thanks to its innovative dental technology, experienced R&D department, and dedication to providing free or affordable clinical and technical education to promote industry growth. Read on to see how Jim Glidewell began his career in dentistry and built Glidewell Laboratories into the largest dental lab in the world.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Academy of General Dentistry (PACE)
  • 2.00 Hours

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