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  • Multiple Custom Abutments and Crowns

    In this case a 65-year-old male presented with missing teeth numbers 3, 30 and 31. After offering several options, the decision was made to restore the edentulous spaces with dental implants. Four months after placement of three single Biomet 3i Certain implants, the case was ready to restore.

  • Where in the World is Dr. Fox: Howard University

    I am very pleased to have had the recent opportunity to work with my esteemed colleagues at Howard University, the fifth oldest dental school in the country. There, I had a great class of 12 doctors from the Prosthodontic Department, Operative Department and the AGD Residency Program.

  • The Big Decision

    I first became aware of CEREC in the late 1980s, but didn’t become seriously interested until 2003, when it became clear that the technology had evolved to a point where an average working dentist like me could produce high-quality restorations in a productive and economical manner.

  • Emergency Front Four

    A six-year-old temporary crown that finally fell out prompted this patient to, at last, see a dentist. But he needed more work than just that one tooth, and he needed it fast!

  • Cutout Occlusion Case

    Dr. Steve Nielsen demonstrates how to quickly re-image with CEREC Omnicam if you find you have under-reduced a spot that was difficult to see in this video tutorial.

  • Day 1 and Beyond

    First introduced to CAD/CAM technology as a dental student, Dr. Jason Tubo of Whitinsville Family Dentistry in Northbridge, MA, said it took all of 24 hours for him to incorporate it into his practice.

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