Rotary Instrument Resource Center Number of overall and endodontics diagnoses per practice Understanding the number of diagnoses in the dental practice is key to understanding the state of oral health and the long term effects of receiving oral diagnoses and interventions. Technique: How to create simple direct resin restorations Dr. Gregori M. Kurtzman, DDS, MAGD, shows how to use products from Tokuyama Dental America, Inc., to create esthetic, simple direct restorations. How to prep for all-ceramic anterior crowns with Expert Kit 4573ST This step-by-step technique shows how to use Komet's Expert Kit 4573ST for all-ceramic anterior crowns. Step-by-step: Providing immediate esthetics for implant cases Mr. Chris Halke, CAD/CAM Supervisor, and Dr. Michael Pikus, Director of Clinical Education show how it's possible to promote healing and esthetics immediately upon implant surgery. Step-by-step: Providing immediate esthetics for implant cases Mr. Chris Halke, CAD/CAM Supervisor, and Dr. Michael Pikus, Director of Clinical Education show how it's possible to promote healing and esthetics immediately upon implant surgery. How to prevent subgingival margins by the use of a new resin temporary cement One of the biggest reasons dentists avoid partial coverage restorations like onlays and veneers are problems related to how to temporize or provisionalize preparations without mechanical retention or axial walls. How to finish and polish a common composite restoration Although no two composite restorative procedures are exactly alike, certain everyday finishing and polishing applications can be used in most cases. How to use minimal intervention for maximum effectiveness In the days of G.V. Black dentistry, the watch-and-wait approach actually had a tremendous amount of merit. Clinicians, at times, were able to diagnose caries at an early stage; however, preparation form for amalgam restorations did not lend itself to conservative dentistry. How to achieve ideal preparations for successful all-ceramic crown restorations Komet USA’s seven-instrument crown-preparation kits have been developed to meet the challenges and practicalities of preparations for all-ceramic crowns. Technique: Using Komet® instruments to simplify cavity preparation and chairside finishing and polishing procedures Looking for a technique that could make your day easier in the dental practice? Check out this new one submitted by Komet USA.