Techniques

How to choose the most suitable temporization approach Temporization, or, as it’s often called, “provisionalization,” might be considered its own subdivision of restorative dentistry. Before we plan any type of dental rehab, we need to “pre-think” how we’ll maintain our patient’s appearance and function and keep him or her comfortable for the duration. We also need to decide on the particular technique, materials and cement we will use.
Having trouble opening .DEX files? Here’s some help.Do you routinely receive digital image files as .DEX attachments you and the office struggle to open? You’re not alone. But, don’t fret. There are troubleshoots to handle those tricky file extensions.
How to create optimal root-canal access using Komet specialty instruments Successful endodontic treatment relies heavily on proper preparation of the access cavity. Sufficient, straight-line access to the root canal ensures all canals are properly exposed and adds to the predictability of endodontic treatment. It also enables the endodontic files to work smoothly and with less stress to the NiTi file.
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How to use Kerr SonicFill™ and SonicFill™ 2
How to use Kerr SonicFill™ and SonicFill™ 2The new standard for placing posterior composite restorations, SonicFill™ is said to go from placement to polished in less than three minutes. It is a true one-step, bulk fill dental composite system that results in low shrinkage, outstanding strength and high 5 mm depth of cure as well as superior adaptability and handling.
How to use preliminary impression materials in anterior restorations In smile makeover cases, the provisional restorations take on a much greater level of importance than a typical crown case. These restorations serve as the patient’s first preview of what his or her new smile will look like and also help facilitate communication about the size, shape and shading for the final restorations. Of course, to create the provisionals, a preliminary impression material is necessary, and it is important to make the proper selection there, as well. 
How to improve Class II composite restorations Formulating a solution for creating consistently excellent Class II composite restorations requires a process for both materials and techniques.
How to use Pola Office+ by SDI Pola Office+ from SDI is said to be the world’s fastest in-office tooth whitening system.
How to use OptiBond XTR as a universal bonding solution OptiBond XTR from Kerr Corporation is a self-etch, light-cure universal dental adhesive that provides outstanding bond strengths to dental and enamel. 
How to obtain predictable excellence with zirconium oxide With dental patients seeking esthetically pleasing, functional and long-wearing restorative options, dentists and dental lab technicians employ a variety of materials and techniques to create and place tooth-colored restorations.