Clinicians Report October 2016, Volume 9 Issue 10

   
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Articles In This Issue:

The Tooth May Need to Go, But the Bone Needs to Stay
Is Oil Spray from Handpieces Interfering with Treatment?
First Look: Did You Know IPS e.max has a New Development?
Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

Brands

Activa Bioactive-Cement
Allday Dry Mouth Spray
Buffies Disposable Rag Wheel
CEREC
Couture Gripstrip Medium Mini
Gold Edge Sharpener
IPS e.max
IPS e.max Press Multi
Irritrol
Maxcem Elite Chroma
Medical Emergencies in Dental Practice
Planmeca FIT
Snap Coping Impression Components
StarDental 430 SWL LubeFree

Companies

Archibald Associates
BioHorizons
Buffies Dental
Centrix
DentalEZ
EDS
Elevate Oral Care
Essential Dental Systems
Kerr
Pulpdent
Quintessence Publishing
True Edge Dental
October 2016 Clinicians Report

Abstract

The Tooth May Need to Go But the Bone Needs to Stay

• Traditional vs. More Recent Extraction Methods to Expedite Surgery and Conserve Bone
• Traditional Instruments /Methods to Keep
• More Recent Instruments/Methods to Consider
• Examples of Basic Instruments for Surgical Extractions
• Suggested Technique Order for Root Retrieval
• Clinical Tips
• CR Conclusions

Is Oil Spray from Handpieces Interfering with Treatment?

• Is lubricant contamination a problem?
• Can lubricant contamination be cleaned off before bonding?
• Can lubricant contamination be minimized or avoided?
• CR Conclusions

First Look: Did You Know IPS e.max has a New Development?

• Laboratory Procedure and Characteristics of IPS e.max Press Multi
• Observations on the Characteristics of Tooth-Colored Indirect Restorations
• How does IPS e.max Press Multi Compare with the Materials in the Table?
• Advantages and Limitations of IPS e.max Press Multi over Conventional e.max
• CR Conclusions

Products Rated Highly by Evaluators in CR Clinical Trials

• Popular Resin Cement with New Color Indicator for Optimal Cleanup
• Effective Interproximal Strip in New Shorter Length with Control Grip Handles especially Useful for Anterior Teeth
• Solution for Two-In-One Endodontic Irrigation Used as a Final Rinse after Sodium Hypochlorite
• Specially Designed Sharpening Stone is Easy to Use, Effective, and Maintains Proper Blade Angulation
• Simple-to-Use Snap Coping for Impression of Exact Position of Implant, Orientation of Hex, and Soft Tissue Profile
• Long-Lasting, Good Flavored Dry Mouth Spray
• Disposable Rag Wheel Eliminates Potential for Cross-Contamination
• First Look: Unique Ionic Cement is Easy to Use and Clean Up, and is Self-Adhesive
• Easy-to-Use Medical Emergencies Book Provides Guidelines for Appropriate Primary Treatment

Christensen Videos by PCC

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


Socket Preservation and Bone Grafting