Clinical Articles2021-09-15T09:22:06-04:00

Simplifying the Process of Full Arch Implant Impressions Without Compromise to Accuracy

By Chad C. Duplantis, DDS, FAGD

Implant impressions can create undue stress in the mind of a clinician. This is especially true for full arch implant impressions as these demand an incredible amount of accuracy and minimal room of error. Prior to taking these impressions, the clinician must answer a few questions: What type of impression material should I use? Should I take an open or closed tray impression? What trays are available to help me accomplish the best impression possible? 

August 12th, 2021|

The Lingual Matrix Technique

By Bob Margeas, DDS

From the one-shade to the more complex Class IV requiring layering of opacities, the simple fabrication of a lingual matrix can greatly simplify your technique while minimizing finishing time. The lingual matrix establishes optimal incisal length and lingual contour, enabling more accurate placement of subsequent layers. This accuracy translates into procedural efficiency and a more predictable restorative outcome.

February 2nd, 2021|

Improve the Overall Quality of your Composite Restorations

Improve the Overall Quality of your Composite Restorations Douglas, Harvey, B.Sc., D.D.S. Today’s composites have led to improved overall esthetics with direct composite restorations. However, these materials continue to rely on the effective polishing of the restoration to optimize the esthetic potential of the composite itself. [...]

January 12th, 2021|

Clinician’s Choice® Names Brian Allen as Chief Commercial Officer

For Immediate Release Clinician's Choice® Names Brian Allen as Chief Commercial Officer Clinician’s Choice® Dental Products, Inc., a leader in the development of innovative restorative and cosmetic-based dental product solutions announced today that Brian Allen has joined their executive team, in the newly created [...]

January 1st, 2020|

Choosing a Laser: What Features Should You Consider?

Choosing a Laser: What Features Should You Consider? Having the right technology in your office is essential for running an efficient, state-of-the-art dental practice. In some cases, it can mean the difference between referring a patient to a specialist and being able to deliver [...]

November 18th, 2019|
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