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The American College of Prosthodontics held their annual session in San Francisco this year.  I had a chance to participate in filming a short piece on the college's clinical practice guidelines that are useful for our patients when discussing maintenance programs to protect their investment.    Read More
Life in Prosthodontics Residency with Dr. Eric Bailey
I had a great interview with second year prosthodontic resident Dr. Eric Bailey. He is currently at the Dental College of Georgia where is he gaining awesome experience in surgical and restorative phases of some complex dentistry. We discussed his reasoning to do a prosth residency, dental...  Read More
All on 6
Due to periodontal disease, all remaining dentition was extracted and six maxillary and four mandibular implants were placed and loaded simultaneously. A clear denture duplicate was used as a surgical guide and an alveolar reduction guide. This is the wax try in version to confirm...  Read More
Guidelines for Bar Over dentures
My patient presented with no maxillary restoration and a mandibular one that was in poor condition. Before we even thought about implants, I made a conventional denture and two mandibular FDPs (bridges), which helped me establish a plane of occlusion, tooth position based on esthetics and...  Read More
National Prosthodontics Awareness Week
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrYbtJ0C-iU#NPAW #Prosthodontics  Read More
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Don't Let Cement Ruin Your Implant
https://www.facebook.com/implantprosthodontics/I recently removed a cement retained implant restoration due to an insufficient mesial contact and this is what I found. The dental literature is full of articles describing the negative effects of cement extrusion on the health of the periodontium...  Read More
Be Selfish in 2017!!
On the eve of another new year, plan for success and plan to be selfish. Describing someone as selfish is usually negative. I understand and agree in some instances. When preparing to achieve board certification, being selfish is necessary. This short term departure from your normal self okay in...  Read More
When Plan "A" Doesn't Work Out
What To Do When Plan “A” Does Not Work Out?In this case, you will see two final restorations. The patient received trauma to the anterior maxillary dentition a number of years ago. #8-10 received RCT. When I met the patient, #8-10 had severe bone loss, blunted roots and class III...  Read More

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