Best Practices for Re-establishing Occlusal Anatomy
Dr. Bob Winter shares tips and best practices for re-establishing occlusal anatomy after intra-oral occlusal adjustment.Robert Winter | 7 years ago ›
Occlusal Reduction for Indirect Restorations: Is 1.5 mm Enough?
Are the posterior indirect restorations you receive back from your laboratory, relatively flat compared to your expectations? Is it your laboratory's...Robert Winter | 9 years ago ›
Assessing Occlusal Plane/Midline Cant Problems
At the time you try-in a patient's final restorations, if there is a cant to the occlusal plane or midline, you can follow these steps to assess or...Robert Winter | 9 years ago ›
How to Make a Custom Incisal Guide Table
Once the decision is made to make a custom incisal guide table, the following sequence of steps should be followed. Determine if you are going to restore...Robert Winter | 9 years ago ›
When to Use a Custom Incisal Guide Table?
A common question asked of me is: 'When should I make or prescribe a custom incisal guide table?' If there is no pathway wear, generally there is not a...Robert Winter | 9 years ago ›
Clinical Tips for Polishing Ceramics: e.max and Zirconia
Dr. Winter shares polishing tips for emax and Zirconia restorationsRobert Winter | 10 years ago ›
Predictably Marking Ceramic Occlusal Contacts
Figure 1: AccuFilm II with Vaseline It can be challenging to mark an occlusal contact on glazed ceramic restorations. Untreated...Robert Winter | 10 years ago ›
Why Single Tooth Restorations Need More Adjustments
I am frequently asked why occlusal and interproximal contacts of single tooth restorations commonly need more adjusting than multiple tooth restorations....Robert Winter | 10 years ago ›