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Almost 4% of people are “dental phobics,” according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Researchers are trying to better understand the fear—and have been testing potential remedies that dentists can put into practice in their offices.Read more
In part two of Dr. Michael Koczarski's program on taking a mock-up to completion, Dr. Koczarski evaluates the completed mock-up to see how close it is the finished restoration. Dr. Koczarski will demonstrate a minimal preparation and seating of the final restorations, he will also demonstrate how to correct the gingival zeniths using a diode laser. From the mock-up, to the provisionals, to the seating of the final restorations, this program will explain why Dr. Koczarski believes each step is predicated on the next and help deliver predictable results every time.
As the popularity of dental implants increases among patients, generalists and specialists alike are striving to increase their efficiency and effectiveness in this growing treatment choice. Often, the implant's success or failure is contingent upon the anomalies that lie under the surface of the gum. Cone Beam imaging offers dentists a "surgical view" of the mouth and defines the positions of the vital structures to avoid surprises such as undetected nerve canals and insufficient bone. The scans can be sliced, rotated 360 degrees, zoomed in on, or enlarged to provide views that are virtually unattainable with 2-D methods. In this webinar, Dr. Myers will discuss the clinical and diagnostic benefits of incorporating 3-D into the dental practice and 3-D’s compatibility with guided surgery applications, as well as the communication and marketing benefits to patients and referring practitioners. Sit back in your seats and say “ahhh,” to one of the most effective tools in the dental office today - Cone Beam imaging