Do You Still Use Traditional Cement?
What type of cement do you use for restorations? Dr. Gregg Kinzer details when he uses traditional cement or when he bonds restorations.Greggory Kinzer | 4 years ago ›
Improving the Esthetics of Your Ceramic Restorations
Surface texture and luster and two of the most difficult things to match with the natural teeth. This article reviews several ways to make the process...Greggory Kinzer | 5 years ago ›
Should You Probe Dental Implants?
Proper evaluation of dental implants, with baseline information that includes probing, is necessary when making a determination of health or disease.Greggory Kinzer | 5 years ago ›
Why You Should Be 'Micro-Etching' Prior To Bonding
This article explains how and why microetching is a crucial step in preparing to bond.Greggory Kinzer | 5 years ago ›
Resin-Bonded Fixed Partial Dentures to Replace Missing Lateral Incisors
This article discusses the benefits and considerations to keep in mind when replacing maxillary lateral incisors using resin-bonded fixed partial dentures.Greggory Kinzer | 5 years ago ›
Ankylosis Part III: Treating Children With Ankylosed Permanent Teeth
When ankylosis is diagnosed in a child, certain factors are even more important to evaluate prior to making the treatment decision.Greggory Kinzer | 5 years ago ›
Ankylosis Part I: Etiology and Considerations
This article discusses potential etiologies and diagnostic practices for ankylosed teeth.Greggory Kinzer | 5 years ago ›
Lab Communication: Shade and Surface Texture
Learn why photography is the most effective way of communicating shade and surface texture to your lab technicians.Greggory Kinzer | 6 years ago ›
Milled vs. Waxed-and-Pressed Restorations: Which Is Better?
Do milled or waxed-and-pressed restorations fit better? We look at the evidence.Greggory Kinzer | 6 years ago ›
Ankylosis Part II: Treating Adults With an Ankylosed Tooth
Learn treatment considerations for adults who present with an ankylosed tooth through these two dental cases.Greggory Kinzer | 6 years ago ›
5 Reasons Why Dentists Should Be Using a Microscope
While magnification has revolutionized dentistry, many dentists are not using microscopes. Here's why they should.Greggory Kinzer | 6 years ago ›
What Is the Purpose of a Facebow?
Many dentists stop using a facebow after dental school. But here's why you should have one in your practice today.Greggory Kinzer | 7 years ago ›