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Laboratories Want Better Impressions

Volume 3, Issue 1

If you were to spend a few hours in a typical U.S. dental laboratory looking at impressions for crowns and fixed prostheses, you would be dismayed to find that only a few of the impressions could be considered adequate. Discussions with many laboratory owners and with national laboratory organizations have led me to the conclusion […]

Case of the Week: Lackluster Impressions for a 3‐Unit BruxZir® Bridge

Case of the Week

A dentist sends two impressions that aren’t quite “up to snuff” for a 3-unit BruxZir® bridge.

Case of the Week: The Dilemma with Taking a 4-Unit Bridge Impression in a Double-Arch Tray

Case of the Week

A 4-unit bridge impression is taken in a double-arch tray.

Case of the Week: The Importance of Quality Impressions

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla explains the importance of great impressions as a doctor sends in less than adequate impressions.

Case of the Week: The Issue with Taking a 4-Unit Bridge Impression with a Double-Arch Tray

Case of the Week

A dentist takes an impression for a 4-unit bridge with a double-arch tray — a technique that should be avoided.

Case of the Week: Detailing Stock Abutment Case Impressions

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla discusses impressions for stock abutment cases.

Case of the Week: A Close Look at BruxZir® Crown Impressions

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla discusses impressions for BruxZir® crowns. He keys in on how the restorations will be cemented or bonded into place.

Case of the Week: Examining an Impression with Overly Tall and Wide Adjacent Teeth

Case of the Week

Dr. DiTolla explores a two-part impression with some unintended consequences — the adjacent teeth in the model are too tall and too wide.

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.

Case of the Week: Using the Two-Cord Technique to Enhance Impression Results

Case of the Week

A dentist is frustrated with her impression results. Dr. DiTolla suggests the two-cord technique to help get the margin all the way around.

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