Obtaining jaw relation records for full arch implant therapy is nothing more than the usual steps that we do for complete dentures. Ultimately, we have to determine where to arrange the teeth in the oral cavity that would look good aesthetically and function well occlusally for the p
I have been documenting a bunch of immediate denture cases this year knowing this is what my students do in dental school frequently. After watching all their self reflective videos on their learning in prosthodontics this year, I just want to put another post on immediate dentures on
Recently I was invited to be a guest in one of the local Spear study clubs and one of the dentists presented a case with severe wear on the lower front teeth and the patient is really unhappy about how they look. These cases are tricky to treat. Wear issues on the lower front teeth
One of the more common implant complications is broken implant screws. This was a simple case to manage but I decided to document every step and share the thought process here. I hope some of my colleagues will find this helpful in managing this common prosthetic implant complication.
I did this case more than 10 years ago of a full mandibular implant reconstruction. A little dated but it is still showcasing some fundamental steps in implant dentistry. I will be discussing more in-depth the why and the how for the more advanced prosthetic implant cases offered thr
Four Things I Think About When Planning For Implant Assisted RPDs Implant Assisted RPD can be a great option for patients with multiple missing teeth on limited budget. However, when planning for these type of cases, there are many things to consider….sometimes the benefits of RPD wi
How I find CR… I remember finding CR was something I was not comfortable with in dental school. After graduate school and finally practicing for a few years, I developed a way to find CR that embraces the concepts of graphic tracings. Although I don’t do much pantographic tracing or