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Prosthodontics

by Dr. Nadim Z. Baba
Dr. Nadim Z. Baba, past president of the American College of Prosthodontists, shares a case in which he used digital technology to mill custom dentures for his 94-year-old patient, who lives in a long-term assisted-care facility, so the patient could be treated in a single visit and minimize the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
April 2022
After Townies cast their ballots for their favorite dental services and products, we tallied the results. Now it’s time to announce the winners of the 2021 Townie Choice Awards!
December 2021
Townies share how to achieve optimal results when using a titanium or gold abutment
November 2021
Townies help this dentist navigate the tough terrain of prosthodontic cases.
November 2021
Questionable crown work has this Townie wondering if the lab’s to blame or if he’s asking the impossible.
October 2021
by Dr. Joe Whitehouse
Dr. Joe Whitehouse shares a case study in which he restored an elderly patient’s smile through a multicourse treatment that included CAMBRA, orthodontics, crowns and bridges.
October 2021
With our monthly dental poll you can see how other practices operate, what works, what doesn’t and how dentistry is evolving. The information we gather each month helps us measure trends in the profession. Take a look at this month’s topic and results on prosthodontics.
February 2021
The Townie community comes to the rescue with tips to improve lab work.
September 2019
by Dr. Richard Rosenblatt
Dr. Richard Rosenblatt shares a case in which he created a zirconia crown in-house for a 60-year-old patient.
January 2020
With our monthly poll you can see how other practices operate, what works, what doesn’t and how dentistry is evolving. The information we gather each month helps us measure trends in the profession. Take a look at this month’s topic and results.
July 2020
by Tim Lane, CDT
Tim Lane, a certified dental technician who’s a well-respected regular poster on Dentaltown’s online message boards, plays dental detective to investigate the suspects that are most likely responsible for common frustrations with dentures, including midline fractures, lifting lingual plates and impinging lingual bars.
February 2021
by Uwe Mohr
Uwe Mohr, a German master dental technician who has posted on Dentaltown’s message boards nearly 10,000 times, discusses the telescope technique for dentures, bridges and combination cases, and shares cases that illustrate the steps involved.
April 2021
by Eric Kukucka, DD
Denturist Eric Kukucka explains how with the use of sophisticated scanning technology and design software, dentists can re-create a patient’s denture, modifying the device’s aesthetic dimensions while maintaining the same fit.
June 2021
by Dr. Vladimir Frias
When a patient is missing a nose or an eye, it seems to be a stretch that they’d be treated by a doctor of dental surgery. Dr. Vladimir Frias discusses and illustrates the purposes and techniques behind creating modern facial prostheses when plastic surgery is not an option.
August 2021
A Townie revives a helpful thread, which spurs new ideas.
September 2019
The votes are in—the ballots are counted! See which products, services and equipment won the top spots for 2017.
December 2017
With our monthly poll you can see how other practices operate, what works, what doesn’t and how dentistry is evolving. The information we gather each month helps us measure trends in the profession. Take a look at this month’s topic and results.
October 2018
A Townie is looking for information about immediates, and this thread includes feedback and ideas.
June 2019
This Townie inherited a case involving a patient with no ridge, and looks for advice on treatment.
August 2019
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