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Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 19: Prep & Impression Techniques IX

Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 19: Prep & Impression Techniques IX

Chairside Live – Case of the Week Compendium 19: Prep & Impression Techniques IX

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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At every point in the multi-step restorative process, the utmost diligence is required from the clinician to ensure the final prosthesis satisfies the functional and esthetic requirements of the patient. Sufficient reduction, adequate care for the soft tissue, a comprehensive impression, and appropriate bonding techniques are all key elements of a successful experience, any of which can be a pitfall to the ultimate outcome if ample attention is not paid.. In restorative dentistry, the final fit, function and esthetics of a dental prosthesis are due in large part not only to the techniques and materials the clinician employs that ensure adequate tooth preparation and care for the soft tissue, but also to his or her ability to communicate vital intraoral information to the laboratory.

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The latest options in strong, esthetic, monolithic materials for the anterior Minimal restorative material thickness vs. recommended thickness Discussions on post-mandibular-block paresthesia Improving the quality of preps and impressions with the Reverse Preparation Technique Ensuring an ample preparation shape and amount on the margin Avoiding undercuts on long bicuspid preparations Attributes of an ideal case submission to a dental laboratory Providing sufficient information to the laboratory for veneers in the esthetic zone Using a study model to customize lab-made prostheses results Techniques for enhancing the retention of an uncooperative bridge Methods for cleaning excess cement after placing a temporary bridge Lowering remake rates with a novel digital workflow
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)
  • 3.00 Hours

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