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  • by: Vicky Coontz
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THE FUNCTION OF BRUXISM APPLIANCES

THE FUNCTION OF BRUXISM APPLIANCES

Bruxism is not a new condition. Literary references date back centuries. Early treatment focused on ...

BUR SIZES AND SELECTION FOR OPTIMUM PREPARATIONS

Burs are one of the most frequently used mechanical devices in any dental office. Selecting the corr...

3-D CONE BEAM SCANNING TECHNIQUES

Cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) scanners are increasingly utilized in dental imaging. Potential...

HOW TO ACHIEVE BEST RESULTS WITH A DENTAL IMPLANT IMPRESSION

Dental implants retain fixed and removable restorations, including single crowns, fixed bridgework, ...

THE ADVANTAGES OF LASER SOFT TISSUE TREATMENT IN DENTISTRY

Lasers have been used in dentistry for approximately two decades and are suitable for multiple proce...

HIGH TRANSLUCENT ZIRCONIA - The Most Superior Zirconia Product

Patient demand for dental restorations with a natural esthetic has increased considerably over the p...

CEMENT-RETAINED IMPLANT RESTORATIONS COMPARED TO CONVENTIONAL CROWNS & BRIDGES

Cement-retained implant restorations are extremely popular, because they offer a predictable treatme...

THE BENEFITS OF CUSTOM MILLED ABUTMENTS

Dental implant treatment is an increasingly popular solution for replacing missing teeth. As a resul...

NINE STEPS TO CREATING A HAWLEY RETAINER

Hawley retainers are a popular option for patients to wear following the completion of orthodontic t...

THE TEN STEPS TO DENTURE FABRICATION

Although dental implants are an increasingly popular treatment for restoring dentition in completely...

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