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Dr. Jason H. Goodchild
The top 5 ways technology has changed dental practices
The top 5 ways technology has changed dental practices
The times are changing, and dental practices are as well.
How to perform tissue management for accurate crown and bridge impressions
How to perform tissue management for accurate crown and bridge impressions
How retraction pastes can be used to great effect in restorations.
Fewer shades but still covered

Since the first resin-based light-cured dental composites were introduced in the 1970s, significant advancements have been realized in resin and filler technology, and today more than 70 different brands of composite exist on the market. Today’s clinicians can be easily confused about the subtle differences between the many available composite materials and may find it more difficult to make the correct decision about which material is best for each clinical situation.1  

How to create accurate crown and bridge impressions with Aquasil Ultra [VIDEO]

Despite advancements in almost every facet of impression-making, from materials to hemostatic agents to cords and retraction paste, achieving accurate impressions of crown and bridge preparations can be frustrating for practicing dentists.

How to simplify composite selection, procedures

Since the first resin-based light-cured composites were introduced many decades ago, there have been significant advancements realized in resin and filler technology.

How to simplify composite decisions [VIDEO]

The first resin-based light cured dental composites were introduced in the 1970s. Since that time significant advancements have been realized in resin and filler technology, and today more than 70 different brands of composite exist on the market.