Dr. Laura Picano says, “Having both digital and traditional impression techniques to use at our discretion is truly a luxury, but the real question is knowing when to use which.”
In this issue, I talk with Dr. Lawrence Kolar about impressions.
Choosing an appropriate impression material is a challenge for many dentists, yet an essential component to providing an excellent clinical outcome and improving productivity and profit.
In this monthly feature, Dr. Gordon Christensen addresses the most frequently asked questions from Dental Economics® readers.
Singles by DUX Dental — Have you ever wondered why some alginate impressions look really great, but others have voids...
While temporization is a necessary adjunct to restorative dentistry, it is a loss leader in time and productivity if not performed expediently and accurately.
These features make 4 Seasons Flow a good choice for Class V restorations, small posterior restorations, micro preparations, lining tooth restorations, or preventive resin restorations.
By adding a single appointment tooth-whitening, tray-fabrication procedure to your routine hygiene schedule, you can have both your hygienist and assistant become income-producers.
Alfa Triple Tray by Premier. Here is an intriguing new idea — take an upper and lower impression simultaneously while reducing the gag reflex.
Dr. William Dickerson explains why he believes having a quality diagnostic wax-up before proceeding with an estethic case is important for good results.