I have been enjoying trying out a new product in the past few months that treats white and brown spot lesions and small interproximal caries that are confined to the enamel. The product is Icon by DMG America. It is a translucent resin infiltrate, and it has been a great new addition to the services we can offer patients. I am always a fan of dental products
Lee Ann Brady DMD
Every year my office sends a holiday postcard to all of our patients. For the past 2 years we have gotten great feedback with patients calling or emailing just to tell us how great the postcard was and how much they enjoyed getting it. I took some time this year to reflect on what it is about the postcard that has garnered this response. My hope is to
Over the last year I have been playing with new digital technology to fabricate occlusal appliances. I have delivered both printed and milled. As with everything there are pros and cons to both materials, compared to each other and to a more traditional analog fabrication technique. I'll share my experiences and my patient's feedback.
One of the challenges of screw retained implant crowns is esthetically restoring the access hole for clinical situations with high esthetic goals. Often the color of the ti-base or the titanium abutment structure in the screw channel is plainly visible. In this video I will discuss the process I use and the materials for opaquing out the titanium chimney and