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How to simplify interproximal reduction
How to simplify interproximal reductionHow Komet USA’s DISCstance™ IPR System offers a new and improved option for interproximal reduction procedures.
How to simplify temporaries with Tuff-Temp Plus
How to simplify temporaries with Tuff-Temp PlusDr. Horst Dieterich explores how to use the new dual-cure composite resin for temporary restorations.
How guided implant surgery can deliver better patient care
How guided implant surgery can deliver better patient careHow digital tools and communication come together to deliver safer, more dependable implant results.
How to get better bulk fill results
How to get better bulk fill resultsHow to save time and provide improved esthetics with 3M’s latest bulk fill composite.
How to simplify provisionals with DMG’s TempoCem ID Temporary Cement
How to simplify provisionals with DMG’s TempoCem ID Temporary CementDr. Lee Ann Brady demonstrates how to use DMG’s TempoCem® ID Temporary Cement for crafting esthetic and functional provisional restorations.
How to decrease chair time and sensitivity with reliable bulk fill restoratives
How to decrease chair time and sensitivity with reliable bulk fill restorativesUsing bulk fill resin composites can produce less volumetric polymerization shrinkage.
How to bridge the gap between traditional and digital impressions
How to bridge the gap between traditional and digital impressionsA new impression material that might make the jump to digital dentistry a little less jarring.
How to create a better, permanent smile
How to create a better, permanent smileHow one technician used his inLab system (Dentsply Sirona) to make a digital solution from analog dental information.
How to use an intraoral digital impression scanner for restorative dentistry
How to use an intraoral digital impression scanner for restorative dentistryDigital impressions and innovative new materials provide improved physical and optical properties.
How to perform bioactive restorations using a "stamp" technique
How to perform bioactive restorations using a "stamp" techniqueMarina Papachroni, DDS, MSc, presents a case study on a Class II restoration on a permanent molar.