"Going the Extra Mile" is on my mind a today. It's a quality I create in my own life both personal and professional. I think we all recognize it when it shows up, and know when there's a facade of it that isn't real. In today's world where we have so many choices I look for people and places who care enough to go the extra mile. Do you? Do your clients?
Rob Matta CDT
I have asked Jenn Janicki to discuss managing expectations, and how setting expectations is a powerful tool for avoiding disappointment. Wonder how you make yourself a hero with your patients? Find out the key to impeccable communication that creates clarity and improves relationships with your patients, team, heck even your spouse!
I wanted to introduce Joost Jorna, Gold Dust Dental Lab's new technical manager to everyone. I have asked him to discuss how the little things matter. He'll share a technique being used to ensure protection for your screw retained posterior dental implant restorations.
The most common single unit posterior challenges is ensuring enough clearance without over-prepping the tooth. Find out what the experts use and how to take that to the mouth for predictable results. Paul Explains a few ways our clients ensure they have the right amount of space.
Implant abutment choices are constantly evolving. Get the inside scoop on why your implant specialists recommends specific materials, designs and criteria that influences those recommendations. James Ramsey, our implant specialist at Gold Dust Dental Lab joins me to discuss what we recommend.
You simply can’t have a cant. The correct combination of information to your lab will ensure ideal results of your wax up and/or final restorative case for your smile design cases. Find out the why and when to avoid an incorrect mounting and ensure your lab has the information they need to build the appropriate foundation of every case. Paul Lindsey joins me
There are many factors that influence a dentist in determining cementation sequence of an anterior 4 to upper arch case. Learn how the lab builds the case and how it ay influences your sequence to ensure you are replicating what your ceramist sees on the model. I've asked Paul Lindsey co-owner of Gold Dust Dental Lab to discuss the order we recommend you
Are you ever torn between which all ceramic material to choose on a lab script? Rob Matta discusses his recommendations from the perspective of the ceramist.