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D.T. LIGHT-POST ILLUSION X-RO

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Offering all of the features and clinical history of the original D.T. LIGHT-POST, BISCO’s D.T. LIGHT-POST ILLUSION X-RO includes the added benefit of greater radiopacity and color-on-command technology. When placed intraorally, the intrinsic color of the post disappears, allowing it to blend into the natural dentition. When re-treatment or removal is required, the clinician simply sprays the post with cold water, allowing it to be easily seen. Available in 4 sizes, the D.T. LIGHT-POST ILLUSION X-RO comes in individual color-coded posts for easy recognition of each size, both before and after placement. Other product features include an anatomical 2-taper design, light transmission for esthetics, flexural strength that exceeds most metal posts and a modulus of elasticity similar to dentin. In addition, the post is radiopaque for easy visualization in radiographs.

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D.T. LIGHT-POST ILLUSION X-RO

The D.T. LIGHT-POST® ILLUSION™ X-RO guarantees unsurpassed strength, physical properties and esthetics for post cementation and core build-up....

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Post and Core: An Essential and Time Proven Procedure

Paul L Child Jr., DMD, CDT   Introduction   Why are posts still relevant, especially when implants are so readily available? Knowing when to place a post and core build-up versus extraction, possibly socket preservation with a bone graft, and subsequent implant placement and restoration can be a challenging task, and often an ethical dilemma. With the advent of implants and their known longevity, has the profession been too quick to deem a tooth hopeless or non-restorable? A tooth has a known restorative life cycle: 1) sealant; 2) filling; 3) most likely...

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