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How to Consistently Capture Accurate Impressions 
Presenter: Dr. Don Erickson Release Date: 12/7/10
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 12/7/20
  Reviewed: 2017        

This presentation will use clinical cases that demonstrate repeatable techniques to obtain crystal clear margins in the impression, including those placed subgingivally. It is rare to come across a procedure that will both increase profitability and lower stress. This is the opportunity to see and hear how it is done without investing in expensive, seldom-used equipment. Specific topics to be discussed are: soft tissue management during preparation, tissue retraction and isolation.

We were all taught, based on good information at the time, how to routinely handle our crown and bridge cases, but prosthetic materials, equipment and cements have evolved. Now is the time to critically look at the previous research and see what holds true and what we need to change for us to be current in today‚Äôs field. The information provided is applicable to both conventional and digital impression taking."   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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