Radiographs and Cement: You Can't Handle the Truth!
This case is an important example of the fact that radiographs only tell some of the story when it comes to restorations.John Carson | 5 years ago ›
This article will help you make the smoothest preparations possible for better indirect restorations.John Carson | 5 years ago ›
At one time or another, we all want or need to move gingival tissues. While our patients may need us to do that in order to reach their goals, it is a...John Carson | 7 years ago ›
Getting The “Sharpness” Right on Your Restorations
Have you ever had a patient say they have a hard time chewing, yet their teeth are clearly making contact? Maybe they even said their teeth are not 'sharp'...John Carson | 8 years ago ›
But Doc, Can’t You Just Fix My Broken Tooth?
While we all want to help patients in this situation as quickly as possible, it is important to ask ourselves what caused the broken tooth. In this particular...John Carson | 8 years ago ›
As we all know, we have a lot of new materials to pick from – and yet sometimes 'old friends' are the best thing for us to remember. Two of those...John Carson | 8 years ago ›
We all know it's a fact that crown lengthening is often beneficial, if not downright required, to achieve an optimal restorative result for our patients.John Carson | 8 years ago ›
Soft Tissue Healing Around Dental Implants
As we all know, proper soft tissue healing is critical around dental implants. Not only must we achieve healthy tissue, but it is often vital to the success...John Carson | 8 years ago ›
Increase Predictability With Your Lab
Would you like to make your communication with your lab more predictable? When it comes to increasing predictability, communication with our lab is the...John Carson | 8 years ago ›