Over the years figuring out how to prevent the mirrors we use for photos from fogging has been a challenge. I am not a big fan of blowing air on the mirror as it means capturing photos requires two people. Warming them in water leaves you with the problem of drying the water marks. In this video I will discuss both my previous solution to this issue and my
Lee Ann Brady DMD
In this short clinical video I will show you my polishing process for posterior composites. I start out with an unlikely bur, a brown silicone point. It runs at low speed in a speed reduction friction grip attachment to create perfect infinity margins. I then follow this with a series of silicone polishers and finish with diamond polishing paste.
Recently I have been thinking more about my conversations with patients about how their normal function can compromise their teeth or damage their dental restorations. There are lots of things today that my patients routinely eat that can pull crowns off or damage provisionals. Since it is impossible to list every food that can be a problem, it's useful to
One of the frustrations of side-by-side class two preparations is how to fill them effectively and efficiently. Over the years I have tried lots of different clinical approaches to solving this problem. None of them fit the bill and I was always looking for something better. In this clinical video I will demonstrate how I now use teflon tape to solve this