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Digital Scanning of Implants: A Win-Win for GP, Specialist and Patient Alike

Volume 11, Issue 1

Abstract With the introduction of new intraoral scanners to the dental equipment marketplace, dentists continue to develop procedures and protocols that are simpler, more accurate and more efficient, and reduce the amount of chair time needed to complete the work. This simplification has benefited not only the general dentist restoring implants, but the surgeon placing […]

Maxillary Reconstruction of Terminal Dentition Following a Two-Stage Protocol

Volume 6, Issue 1

When a patient presents with terminal dentition, we have a responsibility as dentists to help that person transition to edentulism by either providing a removable prosthesis or relying on the predictability of dental implants supporting a fixed prosthesis. There are a number of ways to achieve a functional and esthetic result for full-arch extraction cases, […]

Scannable Abutments: Digital Impressions for Dental Implants

Volume 7, Issue 3

Technological advances are making it easier than ever to practice dentistry in almost every dental procedure.1 The purpose of this article is to increase awareness of a new modality for the restoration of implants by general practitioners and prosthodontists utilizing chairside digital impression systems.2 The conventional protocol for taking an implant impression for crowns & […]

An Introduction to Dental Photography

Volume 7, Issue 2

After many years of sharing information with colleagues, I have noticed that the majority of dentists do not take the time to document their work — even the interesting cases — with photographic records. In today’s economic and business environment, it has become increasingly necessary to adequately promote your practice, and I consider taking photographs […]

CEREC® Connect: A Welcomed Upgrade for CEREC Users

Volume 6, Issue 2

Note from the Editor Digital impressions are slowly catching on with our customers at the lab. The majority of the digital impressions we receive are from Sirona CEREC® owners, who typically use this digital impression system to design and mill a crown, such as IPS e.max® CAD (Ivoclar Vivadent; Amherst, N.Y.), in their own offices. […]

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