Full-Mouth Reconstruction for a Bruxer
A 46-year-old male presented to my practice with this chief complaint: ?My teeth are getting smaller.? After a comprehensive exam, I determined that a lifetime of bruxing had caused significant wear. Over time, he had lost his anterior guidance, including his canine guidance. The patient had no pain or periodontal involvement, and the clinical crown length was adequate to retain crowns. He also had developed Class 5 lesions, some of which had been restored with direct composite. After constructing a diagnostic wax-up, I slightly increased the patient?s vertical dimension of occlusion. I observed the wax-up in all...Read More
3M ESPE's Disposable Intraoral Impression Syringe
Or, more recently, you could dispense it directly from the grease gun with a mixing tip and intraoral...Read More
3M Unitek Makes the Big Screen in This Week’s Lifetime Series’ Episode
Need an excuse to watch TV this week? An Ohio orthodontist and her practice will be featured...Read More
Who Will Be the Next Thomas Edison?
Distinguished for their innovation, these dental manufacturers and their products are winners of the 2015 Edison...Read More