Air-abrasion education video

Aug. 1, 1998
This video was created by a dentist to save valuable chair time. The use of this video dramatically increases patient acceptance of the air-abrasion technique. It introduces to the patient the philosophy of early intervention in caries and their removal. It explains why traditional methods of decay detection are no longer adequate. The benefits to the patient are emphasized, along with examples of caries detection, restorative procedures, and illustrations.

This video was created by a dentist to save valuable chair time. The use of this video dramatically increases patient acceptance of the air-abrasion technique. It introduces to the patient the philosophy of early intervention in caries and their removal. It explains why traditional methods of decay detection are no longer adequate. The benefits to the patient are emphasized, along with examples of caries detection, restorative procedures, and illustrations.

The five-minute video has five repetitions on each tape. This reduces constant rewinding and wear on the tape. For details, circle the number below.

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