Digitally Designed Snap-It
A 76-year-old male patient required replacement of a porcelain-on-metal crown on tooth No. 5. The patient's medical history was noncontributory, and his periodontal condition was healthy. Benzo-Jel (Henry Schein) was placed on the buccal of tooth No. 5, and the patient was anesthetized with lidocaine HCL 2% and epinephrine 1:100,000 (Henry Schein). A study model was taken using Silginate (Kettenbach). The counter bite was taken using Monophase (DenMat). I removed the crown and excavated the decay using a #4 friction grip carbide bur mounted on a high-speed and right angle handpiece. I used 3.5 X magnification loupes (Designs For...Read More
Why Are Antidepressants Causing Dental Implants to Fail?
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Zimmer Biomet Launches 3i T3 Short Implant in U.S.
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Zimmer Biomet Institute Reopens NJ Dental Training Center
The dental division of the Zimmer Biomet Institute has reopened its training center in Parsippany, NJ. The...Read More