Restorative

Benefits of the Dual-Arch Impression Technique: Accurate Impressions and Fewer Than 1% Remakes

The dual-arch or double-arch impression technique is extremely accurate and a viable alternative to...

Impression Technique: Review of Survey Findings

Impressions can be considered one of the fundamentals for fixed prosthetic dental care. A...

A Quick Fix for a Cosmetic Emergency

What do you do when a new patient, who happens to be the spouse...

Utilizing the Concept of the Golden Proportion

Adhering to smile design principles is essential when initiating the restoration of teeth in...

Single Appointment Crown and Bridge An Innovative Technique

Imagine your patient arrives in your office for a three-unit bridge to be done...

The Cracked Tooth Syndrome

The Cracked Tooth Syndrome (CTS) is both a transient and progressive condition. Diagnosis of...

The Laminar Impression Technique

After an in-depth study of viscous elastomeric impression materials and their behavior, I invented...

Stainless Steel Reinforced Resin Retained Bridges

Provisional restorations are an important and desirable restoration in today’s practice. The advent of...

The Class III Posterior Composite Restoration

The class III restoration is nominally a “one-surface” restoration on the proximal contacting surface...

Using Flowable Composite as a Base for Amalgam Restorations

Figure 1. Completed preparation after removal of all decay. Note the extent of the...