One of the challenges of trying in abutments and crowns that will eventually be luted together and become a screw retained restoration is mimicking the final esthetics. As we do for other restorations, coupling the layers with try-in paste is the optimal approach. In this video I will share how I do this and what try-in paste I use to mimic the color of the
Lee Ann Brady DMD
A newer addition to my lab communication has been photos taken with a "Polar Eyes" filter on my camera flash. In this video I will share what it is, how I use it and describe how your ceramist can utilize the enhanced information it provides.
I have been a big fan of anodized titanium for dental implant abutments since this came on the market. Recently my lab technician and I have been playing with a variety of color options. In this video I will discuss the color options available and how I have been using them.
A recent "funny" interaction with a dental patient regarding fluoride varnish helped my team learn something new about the post-op instructions and efficacy of the material.