Making Accurate Impressions - Success Lies in the Details and Now it has Gotten Easier
|Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar||Release Date: 10/25/16|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Reviewed: 2023 Expiration Date: 10/25/26|
|AGD Subject Code: 610|
|CE Supporter: Centrix|
Taking an impression for indirect procedures can be stressful. Key factors involved in producing clinically acceptable impressions include selecting the appropriate tray, impression material and soft tissue management. One of the most frustrating experiences a clinician occurs when a crown or bridge does not seat, has high occlusion or having difficulties with tissue retraction. This CE webinar gives a step by step approach to achieve accurate impressions with its multiple interrelated steps to insure clinical success, including how new materials are making this process easier, more assured. The chemistry of different impression materials will be discussed.
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