Often we tell dental patients that teeth that have had root canals are brittle. This helps us explain the need for a crown or onlay, but is it really true scientifically? In this video I will answer that question.
Lee Ann Brady DMD
The move back to screw-retained dental implant restorations has added new dynamics to anterior cases. Once the abutment and crown are connected at the lab it is difficult to make aesthetic adjustments, and those are costly and time consuming. In this video I discuss my appointment and try-in process to ensure success and mange these logistics.
I recently got to spend a day with a phenomenal educator and dentist whose career has been focused on endodontics. Some of the recent innovations in endodontic therapy blew me away. In this video I will share one of the hot new phases of endo therapy that will change our clinical practices.
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
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.
A recent review of the dental treatment protocol for how we manage adult teeth that have been avulsed or traumatized was great learning for me. There were some items I needed to add to our office protocol for these situations. In this video I will walk through the entire protocol with you.