The pain that patients with TMJ-related problems experience is real. A good clinician must play detective to determine how the symptoms are related to one another to recommend and provide appropriate therapeutic treatment.
Let's talk about the typical dental implant healing stages for most patients who undergo dental implant placement and what they might expect to experience. That way, you can better prepare your patients so they can understand while reducing the number of questions and telephone calls you receive from panicked patients after treatment!
The longevity and usefulness of your final restoration is reliant on obtaining a high-quality impression that accurately reproduces an image of the patient’s anatomy. If we understand how critical a good impression is, why do we still send subpar impressions to the dental lab and expect the technician to perform miracles? Let’s discuss some of the more common dental impression errors laboratory technicians see and what to do to avoid them.
You want the best outcome for your implant patients. After all, your reputation is based upon quality results that restore their smile and allow them to eat most anything they want confidently. Your patient doesn't want to settle for mediocre results, so you shouldn't either. That's why choosing a lab with the characteristics of a top-tier dental implant lab is critical. How do you make your selection?
Regular denture maintenance is an essential part of diagnosis to determine when to perform an adjustment, reline, or a rebase. In this article, Stomadent Dental Lab will discuss each denture repair type in greater detail.