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A lifelong passion in Restorative Dentistry with Dr. Tiffany DuShane, DMD.
 On this week’s episode of the Dental Up Podcast, we have Dr. Tiffany DuShane, DMD stop by and chat with us about Restorative Dentistry. We dive deep into what inspired her to pursue a Dental Career and why Restorative Dentistry has become her primary focus and passion. In this episode we talk...  Read More
Aesthetic Crown Lengthening Part 6
Now that we have discussed the various causes of teeth that appear short, let us examine how our diagnosis will influence the methods we use to correct the problem.If our radiographs and sounding show us that the cause of the short teeth is altered active eruption, then we know that only a full...  Read More
Aesthetic Crown Lengthening Part 5
What are some of the biologic reasons why teeth are too short?Naturally, our genetics determines the size of our teeth. Some people just have small, short teeth. This may be appropriate for their face and their smile.Even if the teeth are or were of relatively normal length, they can appear short...  Read More
Restorative Dentistry
| Shaun Keating CDT + Dr. Don Harris DDS |Practicing dentistry since 1971, Dr. Don Harris DDS has cared for those who protect our nation. Serving as a dentist in the Air Force during the Vietnam War, he restored many pilot’s teeth. In the Air Force Dr. Harris gained experience in various...  Read More
The Successful Mindset for Presenting Comprehensive Care
Case acceptance for comprehensive care is a complicated matter that many wish would have a simple solution.We asked Clinical Mastery's Director of Professional Development, Dr. Eric Farmer what his personal approach is for fostering case acceptance in comprehensive care and full mouth...  Read More
Aesthetic Crown Lengthening Part 3
With crown lengthening, both for aesthetic and retentive purposes, one of the most frequently asked questions is, "can it be done with a gingivectomy?"  The answer to this question depends on two factors: the position of the bone and the amount of attached gingiva.Everyone would like to do crown...  Read More
Aesthetic Crown Lengthening Part 2
To properly restore a tooth,whetherduring a routine restorative procedure or the preparation of an aesthetic restoration like a veneer or crown, it is important to understand and respect the Biologic Width. So, what is it and why does it exist?The biologicwidthis our name for the special mechanism...  Read More
Use Great Questions to Find a Patients Why
by Jenn Janicki, Clinical Mastery Series Executive DirectorJoin us for Part 3 in a series of 6 presenting “best practices” for dental professionals. I’vecreated this series for clinicians who have a high level of clinical training and confidence but have not yet created a strategy...  Read More
Surviving Patient Miscommunication During a Complicated Cosmetic Case
Cases that seem to start out great can go sideways when we least expect it.In this post, Dr. Nosti discuses a recent case in his practice and how he resolved a potentially disastrous situation.Read on to learn from the story of a patient who wasn’t satisfied with the whiteness of her veneers...  Read More
Dentaltown Learning Online...Ceramic System Selection and Laboratory Communication Protocol: Making Predictable Happen. By Dr. Arthur Volker
Dentaltown is pleased to present..Ceramic System Selection and Laboratory Communication Protocol: Making Predictable Happen. By Dr. Arthur Volker.This CE course can be found here.....With the myriad of options available to the clinician, the selection of a “ceramic” material for a...  Read More
The Value of Probiotics: What’s Really Happening in the Mouth
By Dr. Lee Ann Brady Are you running out of answers for a patients oral health problems? Probiotics might be the solution for you! If you have patient who is a model of perfect dental hygiene and also wholly compliant with your health recommendations, but is still suffering from poor oral...  Read More
Screw Access Holes and Plumbers Tape
By Dr. Lee Ann Brady Managing the screw access holes is one of the challenges I run into with implant dentistry. We all hope to fill them once and then never have to get to the head of the screw again, but this is dentistry after all and that would be unrealistic. In the last 6 months I...  Read More
Gum Symmetry: The Seventh Violation of Smile Design
by Dr. Jason Olitsky For the final installment of my 7 Violations of Smile Design series, I’ll explore how instituting a knowledge of gum symmetry, papilla heights, and smile lines can maximize positive outcomes in your esthetic cases. When evaluating the esthetic principles inherent...  Read More
Big Case Presentation Part 2: Come From Abundance, Avoid Scarcity
by Jenn Janicki, Executive DirectorJoin us for part 2 in a 6 part series presenting “best practices”. In this dissuasion we will talk about “abundance mentality”. CMS Executive Director Jenn Janicki’s advice derives from more than130 practices who are getting the...  Read More
413 Easier, Faster, Better Dentistry with Steven Goldstein : Dentistry Uncensored with Howard Farran
Watch Video here VIDEO - DUwHF #413 - Steven Goldstein Stream Audio here AUDIO - DUwHF #413 - Steven Goldstein About Dr. Steven Goldstein:Education & BackgroundDr. Steven...  Read More
First Steps: Ceramic Porcelain Fracture Guidelines
by Dr. John NostiA frustrating phenomenon in the dentistry world is whena patient presents with fracture to a ceramic restoration.Thisis one of the most dishearteningscenarios that can happen in a dental office and because of this, manydoctors may become so fearful of the fracture that they will...  Read More
Dentaltown Learning Online...The Keys to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restorations. Filmed LIVE at Townie Meeting! By Dr. Nicholas Conte, Jr.
Dentaltown Learning Online is pleased to present...."The Keys to Successful, Predictable, and Efficient Direct Composite Restorations. Filmed LIVE at Townie Meeting!" By Dr. Nicholas Conte, JrThis 2 credit CE course can be found here....Direct composite restorations are among the most frequently...  Read More
Dentaltown Learning Online... Posterior Composites: A Practical Guide. Filmed LIVE at Townie Meeting! By Dr. Louis Mackenzie
Dentaltown Learning Online.is pleased to present ..Posterior Composites: A Practical Guide. Filmed LIVE at Townie Meeting! By Dr. Louis Mackenzie.This CE course can be found here.....?This course provides practical tips for all aspects of direct composite resin restorations including: case...  Read More
042: Dr B Interviews Dr Steve Hart – Pankey Institute Faculty, Mentor, and Scholar
042 Dr B Interviews Dr Steve Hart – Pankey Institute Faculty, Mentor, and Scholar Tune in every week for more episodes. VisitDr. Steve Hart has practiced restorative dentistry in Chapel Hill, N.C. since 1982. He received his D.M.D....  Read More
EP 005 80/20 Sales and Marketing, ITI Consensus Group on Restorative Materials in Implant Dentistry, Head on Collision Leads to Jaw Surgery and Dental Implants
EP 005 80/20 Sales and Marketing, ITI Consensus Gr To listen on iTunes clickFor more interesting cases, and to listen to more full episodesvisitQuote of the DayJulius Caesar : “Cowards die many times before they die their actual...  Read More
Dentaltown Learning Online.....Evidence Based Shade Communication in Restorative Dentistry By Mark T. Murphy, DDS, FAGD
Dentaltown Learning Online is pleased to present....."Evidence Based Shade Communication in Restorative Dentistry" By Mark T. Murphy, DDS, FAGD.This CE course can be found here... Discussed in this CE course is the historical development of shade determination and how the paradigm of shade taking...  Read More
Tips for Exquisite Intra-Oral Photography
By Dr. Jason OlitskyOne of the most difficult shots to get in the intra-oral series is the retracted occlusal shots using mirrors. These images are critical in restorative treatment planning, evaluating arch form, and seeing the occlusal surfaces of teeth. Both images are really a “must...  Read More
#SmileStories: Who Says Single Centrals Are Impossible to Match?
Dr. Jason Olitsky aka The Smile Stylist tackled this tricky cosmetic case that features a two perfectly matching centrals. He sent the single restoration to , where it was crafted with Empress Aesthetic.When placed in the mouth it is a perfect lifelike match! on the Clinical Mastery blog!  Read More
Trinia CAD/CAM Discs and Blocks - An Ultralight Alternative to Metal Substructures
Trinia, a CAD/CAM fiber-reinforced composite, was first introduced in 2010 and has achieved remarkable clinical success and acceptance among dental professionals worldwide. With the growing demand for alternatives to metal substructures in dentistry, Trinia CAD/CAM blocks and discs are the new...  Read More
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