One of the questions I got asked last week at an Essentials One course was "what is my favorite occlusal deprogrammer?" In this video I will share how I answered and how I use the different tools.
There are many different opinions about whether or not dental implant screw access holes should be permanently filled. If you are filling them with a permanent material, then the next question is about timing, and whether you should start with something temporary. In this video, I will share my system and what I explain to my patients.
Many of us are nervous when we think of raising fees in our dental practice. We worry about patients complaining and we often don't know which fees to raise, and by how much. In this video, I will talk about why we have to review and raise fees annually, and several different ways to approach this process with confidence.
As we kick off a fresh new year, one of the things to think about is how to make the most of it professionally, and of course personally. In this video I talk about some simple goal setting ideas to help you make the most of the new year.
Retraction paste is one of my go- to products restoratively. With that said, be cautious as its effectiveness can be technique sensitive. In this video I will discuss how I use it and the ways in which it interacts with VPS and Polyether impression materials.
Whether you are taking digital or analog dental impressions, getting exquisite results is critical to success. In this webinar we will discuss how to ensure your accuracy every time you take an impression, whether for diagnostic or restorative models. Learning Objectives Learn how to optimize tissue management for excellent results Learn
All the time now I have to restore an older dental implant for a patient who saw another dentist many years ago, and they don't know what implant system was used. Let me share with you a new process I have implemented to help my patients retain the implant information for anything we do in my office in case they need it in the future.
I was reminded yesterday of the complex process of creating a fun and productive relationship with other members of our interdisciplinary dental care team. In this video I will share some of my recent learning and the most important piece of the puzzle.
Zirconia is probably one of the most complex indirect materials we use in dentistry. The term "multi-layered" is used to describe many different zirconia. When your lab says they used something "multi-layered", do you know what you are getting? In this video I will go through the different ways this terminology is used.
In this video I will share an old trick many of us learned in dental school called "pre-wedging". If you want to have tight contacts every single time without question, this video will help you do that.