Clinicians Report January 2017, Volume 10 Issue 1

   
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Articles In This Issue:

Operative Carbide Burs: Does Brand Matter?
First Look: GentleWave—A New Approach to Root Canal Treatment
Are Implants Placed Better with Surgical Guides?
Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

Companies

3Shape
American Eagle
Avalon Biomed
Benco Dental
Blue Sky Bio
Brasseler USA
Coltene/Whaledent
Den-Mat
Dentsply Caulk
Dentsply Sirona
Dentsply Sirona Midwest
Dentsply Sirona Restorative
Directa
Directa Dental
Dr. Charles Blair and Associates
GC America
Garrison
Hartzell
Henry Schein
Hu-Friedy
Implant Concierge
Implant Studio
Ivoclar Vivadent
JS Dental
Kerr
Kerr - Beavers Dental
Komet USA
Meisinger
Microcopy
Midwest
Myco Medical
Patterson Dental
Practicon
Premier
Pulpdent
ROE Lab
SS White
Simplant
Sonendo
Taub Products
Tri Hawk
TrioDent
Zest Dental Solutions

Brands

330 FG
330FG
Alpen 330 FG
Axis NTI 330 FG
BluWhite 330 FG
Caulk Super Bur 330 FG
Chairside Soft Reline Material
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Dr. Colonna's Instrument Series
FG 330
FG330
FenderWedge
Fusion-Zr Multi-Purpose Veneer Cement
G-Premio BOND
GentleWave
Great White 330
H7.31.008
H7.FG.008
Journal of Endodontics
Kool-Dam
LM Extraction Instruments
Mr. Tom Limoli
NeoBurr FG 330
NeoMTA Plus
Optimum 330 FG
Reli Redisorb Sutures
Shark Tray Posterior Impression Trays
SpeedCEM Plus
Spot-it
Surefil SDR Flow+
Total-Comfort Soft Tip Aspirators
Wedgeguard
January 2017 Clinicians Report

Abstract

Operative Carbide Burs: Does Brand Matter?

• Summary of Current Carbide Bur Usage
• Comparison of Carbide Bur Brands
• Clinical Tips
• CR Conclusions

First Look: GentleWave—A New Approach to Root Canal Treatment

• GentleWave Key Features and Characteristics
• Typical Clinical Procedure
• Initial Research Results
• CR Conclusions

Are Implants Placed Better with Surgical Guides?

• Typical Technique for Making an Implant Guide
• Potential Inaccuracies with Guides
• Technique for Freehand Implant Placement
• Potential Inaccuracies Using Freehand
• Situations where Guides are Suggested
• CR Conclusions

Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

• Easy-to-Use Crown and Fixed Prosthesis Contact Area Marker Allows Accurate Adjustment
• Universal Light-Cured One-Bottle Adhesive with MDP Primers Useful with Multiple Materials
• Light-Cured Resin Cement for Lithium Disilicate, Zirconia, and Ceramic Veneer Cementation
• Luxating Instrument and Elevators with Ergonomic Handles and Strong Sharp Metal
• Soft Silicone Reline Material Bonds Well to Dentures and is Stain Resistant
• Soft Flexible-Tipped Saliva Ejectors Improve Patient Comfort
• Double Arch Impression Trays with Unique Features Including Large Handle and Foam Side Walls
• MTA Cement is Stainproof, Smooth, Bioactive, and Easy to Place
• Well-Known Self-Adhesive Resin Cement with Improved Self Cure and High Radiopacity
• Well-Accepted, Proven Flowable Resin-Based Composite: New Indications, Improved Characteristics
• Reasonably Priced Sutures with Sharp Connected Needles

Christensen Videos by PCC

Additional resources available from Dr. Christensen and Practical Clinical Courses:


Simple, Inexpensive Implant Placement – Guide or no Guide?