Top 10 How-To pieces from 2012

February 7, 2013
the DPR Editorial Team
the DPR Editorial Team

Issue 12

DPR readers prioritize and value our techniques, case studies, and how-to pieces above all other content. Here are the top requested and best read How-To pieces from 2012. Be sure to check out each article to see the complete procedure in step-by-step form alongside a detailed slideshow.

DPR readers prioritize and value our techniques, case studies, and how-to pieces above all other content. Here are the top requested and best read How-To pieces from 2012. Be sure to check out each article to see the complete procedure in step-by-step form alongside a detailed slideshow.

MOST-READ TECHNIQUES FROM PRINT

How to: Better place posterior composites

Ivoclar Vivadent’s Tetric EvoCeram helps solve premature polymerization problems.

How to: Design veneers

KOMET USA’s Round-Ball Diamond helps to ensure an esthetic outcome.

How to: Stabilize partial dentures

3M ESPE’s MDI Mini Dental Implants help provide stability for edentulous patients.

How to: Align teeth in six months

Six Month Smiles System provides patient-focused approach to orthodontics.

How to: Graft an extraction socket

DentoGen bone graft material is formulated to handle a variety of extraction socket grafting cases.

How to: Use liner to protect pulp

Bisco's TheraCal LC protectant/liner helps reduce potential for post-operative sensitivity.

How to: Implement CAD/CAM into your practice

With a wide variety of materials now available to use with the E4D Dentist System, this article offers up examples of restorations and a review of material choices.

How to: Choose the right impression material

A comprehensive look at currently available dental impression materials.

MOST-READ HOW-TO WEB EXCLUSIVES

How to: Impower your practice with social media

In collaboration with our social media video training series, we talked with three of the most socially savvy dentists to find out how social media impacts their practices.

How to: Make sure your patients don't miss appointments

Failed and short-notice changed appointments are serious problems at any time during the year, but can really play havoc on the summer months' production, typically vacation months for dentists and team members. Here’s how to avoid them.