Clinicians Report July 2018, Volume 11 Issue 7

   
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Articles In This Issue:

Rescue Techniques for Failing Restorative Treatment*
The Post-Recession Return of Veneers is Promising!*
Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

*Also available as a Single Topic Article

Companies

3M
Anthogyr
Benchmark Dental
Bisco
Centrix
Cranberry
Crosstex
Dentapreg America
EcoBee
GC America
Halyard
Henry Schein
Ivoclar Vivadent
Kuraray Noritake
Larell Dentures
Medicom
PDI
Palmero Health Care
Parkell
Patterson
Pro2 Solutions
Ribbond
SDI
SDI
TAUB
TePe
Tokuyama
Whip Mix
Whipmix
Zest Dental Solutions

Brands

360
Add & Bond
Alloy Primer
Amalgambond Plus
BeeSure Vibe
Benchmark Denture
Bulk EZ
Chairside Soft Reline Material
Clearfil Porcelain Bond
Clearfil Universal Bond Quick
Dentapreg Splint
EQUIA Forte
Earloop Procedure Masks High Barrier
Easy Pick
Fluid Resistant Ear Loop Face Mask
Fluid Resistant Triple Layer Molded Face Mask
Fuji II LC
High Performance Earloop Mask
HyperFIL
IPS e.max
IPS e.max
Intraoral Repair Kit
Intraoral Repair Kit
Isolator Plus
Ivoclean
Ketac Nano
Ketac Universal
Larell One-Step Denture
Liquid Magic Resin Barrier
MicroEtcher
Microprime G
Monobond Etch & Prime
New Metal Strips
Pac-Taper Conform Rotary Files
Panavia
Preppies Plus
ProVision Crystal Clear
Rebase II
RelyX Luting Plus
RelyX Luting Plus
RelyX Unicem 2
Ribbond
Riva HV
Safe Remover Kit
SafeMask Premier Elite
Scotchbond Universal
See Clear
Vaccu-Sil Impression Material
Vacu-Mixer Automatic Mixing Unit
Z-Prime Plus
Zirconia
July 2018 Clinicians Report

Abstract

Rescue Treatment for Failing Restorative Treatment

• Suggested procedures for the following clinical failures:

  1. Zirconia or zirconia-based crowns coming off
  2. Ceramic broken from crown or FPD metal substructure
  3. Caries at cervical margin of crowns
  4. Open contact area—amalgam, composite
  5. Open contact area on anterior crown—e.max, PFM
  6. Open contact—zirconia crown, FPD
  7. Caries on distal or mesial of previously restored 2-surface Class II—composite or amalgam
  8. Hole in ceramic crown from Endo/screw access
  9. Broken piece—monolithic zirc crown, zirc-based crown, FPD
  10. Fixed prosthesis loose on one end
  11. Threatened further loosening of mobile teeth—occlusion, missing tooth
  12. Patient needs but cannot afford new dentures

• Clinical and practice management tips
• CR Conclusions

Is Your Face Mask Really Protecting You?

• Current Practices
• Level of Protection
• Face Mask Comparison
• Clinical Tips
• CR Conclusions

Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

• High Quality, Low Cost VPS Impression Material with Convenient Automated Mixing Machine
• Rotary NiTi Endodontic Files with Reasonable Price and Resistance to Breaking
• Interdental Cleaner with Soft Rubber "Pick-end" that is Pliable yet Easy to Insert and Textured for Cleaning