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Case of the Week: A Couple of Anterior Bridges Face Draw Issues

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla examines a couple of anterior bridges with draw issues after being poured up.

Case of the Week: An Example of an Outstanding Impression

Case of the Week

A dentist prepares a fantastic tooth and takes a great impression of it for a BruxZir® crown — an example of what an impression should look like.

Case of the Week: Critiquing an Impression of a BruxZir® Bridge

Case of the Week

An impression of a BruxZir® bridge is examined and critiqued for a dentist to achieve a better result.

Case of the Week: Discussing an Impression with a Prep Too Close to an Opposing Tooth

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla examines an impression with the prep in close contact with an opposing tooth, causing an issue with a BruxZir® crown on a lower second molar not having enough room.

Case of the Week: An Example of Using the Wrong Impression Technique

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla explores a case where the wrong type of impression technique was used — a dentist used a closed-tray transfer coping with an open-tray impression technique.

Case of the Week: An Example of a Lackluster Impression

Case of the Week

A “terrifying” impression is examined by Dr. DiTolla.

Case of the Week: Managing an Impression Lacking Syringe Material

Case of the Week

A dentist skimps on syringe material, which would result in a BruxZir® bridge that would be high and dry away from the tissue — so another impression must be made.

Case of the Week: An Example of a Nearly Perfect Case

Case of the Week

A dentist is congratulated for doing nearly everything correct on his case sent to the lab.

Case of the Week: Examining an Impression with a Missing Bite Registration

Case of the Week

An impression is missing a bite registration, making the impression more difficult to work with.

Case of the Week: An Example of Good, Bad and Unesthetic Impressions

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla examines a set of three impressions — good, bad and ugly.

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