Crown & Bridge

Loose Implant Crowns in Patients: Why and What to Do

May 17th, 2021|

The best dental laboratories offer transparency. They want you to visit and see behind the curtain. They are willing to help enlighten and elevate you to the most-recent technological advancements. The best dental labs will help your practice excel by providing you with restorative solutions and modalities that you may never have considered.

What Is the Best Temporary Crown Material?

March 31st, 2021|

By David Hudnall, DMD Convenience, aesthetics, and effectiveness are key factors to consider when it comes to choosing provisional restorative dental materials. The best temporary crown material will allow you to create an aesthetically-pleasing, functional interim restoration that protects the [...]

Billing Patients Dental Lab Fees for Crowns

March 11th, 2021|

Billing Patients Dental Lab Fees for Crowns Dentists have historically included dental lab fees for crowns in their total fee for services, making the dental profession relatively unique. Since this precedent was set early on, any attempt to change the [...]

Deciding Between Crown Lengthening versus an Implant

January 29th, 2021|

When the coronal portion of a tooth is broken down or there is decay below the gum level, the amount of healthy tooth structure is reduced, making it difficult to achieve a successful restorative treatment. Crown lengthening reduces the gum [...]

Dental Implant Procedures: The On 1 Concept by Nobel BioCare

November 19th, 2019|

Since Stomadent Dental Laboratory is an exclusive provider of Noble BioCare, I have the privilege of reviewing the types of products that Nobel BioCare has to offer. The On 1 concept is a relatively new one. Maybe you have heard of it and maybe not. If it is new to you, it might be worth exploring it in greater detail. I will share what I know with you.

When to Use Screw Retained vs Cement Retained Restorations

November 13th, 2019|

Whether to treat dental implants like their natural tooth counterparts and restore them with cemented restorations or treat them as a different entity and restore them with screw-retained crowns requires careful consideration. We all have our ideas of what works best clinically in our own hands and what is the best solution for our patients.

Full Ceramic Single Crowns: What’s The Real Deal?

October 30th, 2019|

Full Ceramic Single Crowns: What's The Real Deal? [iee_empty_space type="vertical" height="20" width="10" hide_on_mobile="small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility" class="" id="" /] Full Ceramic Single Crowns: What's The Real Deal? By Dr. Hudnall DMD Stomadent Dental [...]

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