Technique Workshop: Anterior Crowns

Despite the removal of enamel, the goal for crown preparation is always the preservation of tooth structure for long-term predictability, function and durability. In this course, Dr. Winter discusses and demonstrates three different anterior crown preps that conserve as much tooth structure as possible. Learn indications for minimal, conventional and extensive preps and the material options available. Watch close-up depth cut, reduction and refinement techniques using depth limiting and conventional burs.

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  • Robert Winter

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  • Spear

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5 Ways Photography Can Supercharge Your Clinical Practice

Clinical photography is perhaps the single most important diagnostic tool we use in helping our patients understand the current condition of their mouth and what the possibilities are for a different dental future.

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