A great new dental material for in-office milling machines is LiSi Initial Block from GC America. In this video I will discuss the alternatives and how this new lithium disilicate is used and expands our patient options.
In this second video about environmental and food allergies, I discuss the importance of knowing if your dental patients are allergic to tree nuts. A product many dentists commonly use may cause a reaction in patients with nut allergies. Also see 1st video in series: Dental Patients and Nickel Allergy
We often have a situation where a dental patient calls in with a problem and we think they will probably need a crown. We happen have time that day to do the restorative procedure, and this unexpected circumstance sometimes leads to us to bypass some of our usual diagnostic processes. In this video I will share a key piece of information I still want to get
Dental materials and techniques for implant systems are constantly evolving. Some of them are designed to increase efficiency and others to optimize clinical outcomes. One of the hardest clinical situations is a single implant in the anterior aesthetic zone. Replicating the biology of the gingival tissues as well as the anatomy and shade of the tooth to