Note: This clinic is from a past LAB DAY show
With the millions of fixed prostheses placed each year, technicians know well that the dies made from many conventional impressions require significant modification and guesswork to allow fabrication of these restorations. Can the quality of these restorations be improved? Gordon Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD, addresses the questionable quality of conventional impressions; fit and occlusion of restorations made with conventional and digital impressions; CEREC Connect and communication between dentists and technicians; and how improving clinical success improves laboratory-dentist relations.
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