Clinicians Report June 2009, Volume 2 Issue 6

   
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Articles In This Issue:

Making In-Office CAD/CAM Work for Your Practice
Ceramic Furnace Designed for Dentists
Highly Rated Products—Evaluators Reports and Clinical Tips

Brands

CEREC
Cetacaine Liquid
E4D
E4D & D4D
EndoActivator
Programat CS
Protemp Plus

Companies

3M ESPE Dental
Cetylite Industries
D4D Technologies
Dentsply Tulsa Dental Specialties
Henry Schein
Ivoclar Vivadent Inc
Patterson
Clinicians Report June 2009, Volume 2 Issue 6 - 200906 - Dental Reports

Articles

Making In-Office CAD/CAM Work for Your Practice
Ceramic Furnace Designed for Dentists
Easy and Effective Agitation of Endo Irrigation Solutions
Bis-acryl Temporary Material Specially Formulated to Minimize Need to Polish
Significant Anesthesia without Injection for Minimally Painful Procedures

Abstract

Making In-Office CAD/CAM Work for Your Practice

• Why Do You Want In-Office CAD/CAM? The Advantages
• Is In-Office CAD/CAM Financially Viable?
• Dentist and Staff Share Responsibilities
• Is In-Office CAD/CAM for All Indirect Restorations?
• Are There Disadvantages to In-Office CAD/CAM?
• CR Conclusions

Ceramic Furnace Designed for Dentists

• Indications
• Clinical Tips
• Advantages
• Disadvantages
• CR Conclusions

Making In-Office CAD/CAM Work for Your Practice

• CEREC and E4D Feature Comparison

Highly Rated Products—Evaluators Reports and Clinical Tips

• Easy and Effective Agitation of Endo Irrigation Solutions
• Bis-acryl Temporary Material Specially Formulated to Minimize Need to Polish
• Significant Anesthesia without Injection for Minimally Painful Procedures