February 21st, 2017
In this episode of Chairside Live, Dr. Anamaria Muresan places an Obsidian® Pressed to Metal bridge.
January 3rd, 2017
In this episode of Chairside Live, Dr. Anamaria Muresan performs crown lengthening surgery in the posterior, and registered dental assistant Will Schmidt places a BioTemps® Provisional bridge over the surgical site.
November 1st, 2016
Dr. Siamak Abai removes a patient’s temporaries and chooses from Obsidian® Pressed to Metal, Obsidian All-Ceramic, BruxZir® Full-Strength and BruxZir Anterior to finish the case from Episode 187.
October 11th, 2016
Dr. Anamaria Muresan places Obsidian® Pressed to Metal crowns on the first and second mandibular molars, and explains why she chooses to use a full-arch impression tray when there is no distal stop.
September 27th, 2016
Dr. Justin Chi milled an Obsidian® onlay chairside for tooth #3, and while the onlay was milling, he took that time to restore tooth #18 with Camouflage® NanoHybrid Composite.
August 1st, 2016
In this inaugural installment, we are excited to showcase Obsidian® Pressed to Metal, the latest in dental restoratives that is changing the way doctors view bilayer restorations. We have collected a number of resources that focus on its high chip resistance, lifelike esthetics, and strength five times that of conventional feldspathic porcelains. – Neil Park, […]
June 14th, 2016
In this episode of Chairside Live, we revisit an Obsidian® Pressed to Metal case and finish up Dr. Neil Park’s three-part interview with Dr. David Schwab, dental practice management consultant.
May 24th, 2016
We put anterior Obsidian® Pressed to Metal restorations to the test in our HAMMER TEST!
April 27th, 2016
Watch as Dr. Anamaria Muresan replaces a failing PFM bridge with an Obsidian® Pressed to Metal crown on tooth #7 and an Obsidian Pressed to Metal bridge on teeth #8–11, and improves the patient’s smile further with an Obsidian veneer on tooth #6.
Volume 7, Issue 1
April 22nd, 2016
Innovations in dental implant design and treatment protocols have made implantology a highly predictable field of practice. Fortunately, the development of restorative materials has kept pace. This is crucial because, with implant success rates so high, patient expectations have shifted toward esthetics. In fact, implants present such a favorable long-term prognosis that it has become […]