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An Elastomeric Impression Material Breakthrough

INTRODUCTIONPerhaps no procedure done on a routine basis in dentistry contains more uncertainty and...

Upgradeable Dentistry: Part 1

INTRODUCTION A familiar remark heard by dentists is, “Gee doc, I would love to...

Full-Mouth Reconstruction of Bulimic-Ravaged Teeth Using Direct Composites: A Case Presentation

A female patient, “Mary”, over 50-years-old, in declared good health except for body weight,...

Long-Term Composite Provisionalization: The Conversion

In the December 2007 issue of Dentistry Today1,2 case presentations involving long term provisionalization...

Treatment of the Partially Edentulous Patient With Worn Dentition: Case Report

Advanced tooth wear may present with discrepancies in occlusal vertical dimension and a lack...

Phased Treatment for Complete Dentistry

Comprehensive dentistry can be accomplished in stages, and there are multiple reasons why it...

To Treat or Not to Treat? That Is the Question

“I know my teeth need work. They are all worn down, but nothing bothers...

Implants and the General Practitioner

Carl E. Misch, DDS, MDS, is clinical professor and director of oral implantology at...

Patient-Centered Treatment Planning: Part 1

As part of our formal training to become dentists we are taught to diagnose,...

Immediate Placement and Immediate Loading of Implants: Restoring a Smile in One Day

The prosthodontist, along with the oral and maxillofacial surgeon, are always looking for better...