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Get a Grip!
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Get a Grip!

Do you struggle with trying to hold those little teeny-weeny-eeny inlays and onlays? I sure do. Coating them with porcelain etch and silane and bonding...

| 9 years ago
Expanding Cups: Part I - Patient Learning
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Expanding Cups: Part I - Patient Learning

Remember these cups from your childhood or perhaps from camping trips?  They fold up and the lid snaps in place to hold a compact drinking cup....

| 9 years ago
Creating a Presentation - Part 1 of 8
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Creating a Presentation - Part 1 of 8

What's your message and who's listening? In this first installment of an eight part series, Frank shares his approach to creating effective presentations. Your browser...

| 9 years ago
Diamond Burs: What's Your System?
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Diamond Burs: What's Your System?

How many burs do you use to prep a veneer or a crown? Do you have a set system that you follow each time? Is the system arranged in order on a bur block? ...

| 9 years ago
What is Good?
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What is Good?

If you are like me (and most other dentists), nothing is ever exactly what I want. The second molars in the picture above have occlusal milled composite...

| 9 years ago
Defining Success: Accountability (Part 6 of 14)
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Defining Success: Accountability (Part 6 of 14)

This video is part of an ongoing series on Defining Success.

| 9 years ago
Is an Equilibration Ever Done?
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Is an Equilibration Ever Done?

I often repeat the funny phrase that an equilibration is only done when the patient acquires room temperature, and yet when working to reorganize a patient's...

| 9 years ago
Differentiating Your Practice
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Differentiating Your Practice

Over the years I have known many practitioners who have created a 'front deskless' model in their practices. This summer I had a chance to experience...

| 9 years ago
Provisionals Tell the Story
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Provisionals Tell the Story

Do your provisionals tell the story?

| 9 years ago
Magic Hemostasis
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Magic Hemostasis

I try really hard not to touch tissue when I prep teeth or when I am delivering bonded ceramic restorations. Blood is the enemy and I don't like red margins....

| 9 years ago
Defining Success: Complete & Comprehensive (Part 4 of 14)
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Defining Success: Complete & Comprehensive (Part 4 of 14)

This video is part of an ongoing series on Defining Success.

| 9 years ago