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Making Better Provisional Crowns and Bridges Starts with Great Impression Materials 
Presenter: Dr. Richard Lipscomb Jr. Release Date: 7/19/18
Credits:  1 CEU   Reviewed: 2022     Expiration Date: 7/19/25
AGD Subject Code: 610
CE Supporter: VOCO America

In this CE webinar, we will go step-by-step in making durable, functional, and aesthetically pleasing crowns/bridges, while being efficient with our procedure time. Listed out, will be all of the materials, how they are used, and the manufacturer.

Fabricating a good provisional crown or bridge starts with the original shape of the tooth and a well-defined pre-op impression of that tooth. The take-away from this presentation, is to be able to use some of these techniques, the very next time you fabricate a crown. And more importantly, to be able to instruct your staff in making the procedure easier and faster, than your old way of doing it.

During this CE webinar, the participant will be
• Reviewing past and current techniques of fabricating provisional crowns and bridges
• Learning how to incorporate impression materials in the fabrication of provisional crowns and bridges
• Learning how to make provisional crowns and bridges quickly
• Troubleshooting provisional crowns and bridges that have gone wrong   ( disclaimer, bio and commercial disclosure )

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