3.0 mm Implants: A great option for limited space, but not without limitations.

3.0 mm Implants: A great option for limited space, but not without limitations. by Implant Specialist Alex Rugh, CDTIntroduction When a dental implant needs to go into a narrow edentulous space, a 3.0 mm implant might be the perfect solution. 3.0 mm implants are...

The Two e.max® Restoration Production Methods

The Two e.max® Restoration Production Methods by Ceramics Specialist Karli Luksch, CDTIntroduction e.max® is a trade name for lithium disilicate (Li2Si2O5), which is a glass ceramic that is both strong and esthetic. e.max® is so esthetic, in fact, that it doesn't...

How Does the Locator R-Tx Compare to the Original Locator?

How Does the Locator R-Tx Compare to the Original Locator? Implant Specialist Alex Rugh, CDT In this video, Alex introduces the Locator R-Tx® and describes the features that differentiate it from the original Locator® abutment.Articlehe original...

Shade Basics Series: Metamerism

Shade Basics Series - Metamerism Mitch Bourgeois, CDT Mitch Bourgeois, CDT, explains the phenomenon of metamerism and its effect on shade matching. Transcript Welcome to the O’Brien Shade Basics. What is the most difficult tooth in the mouth to shade match correctly?...

Shade Basics: Camera & Flash

Shade Basics Series - Camera & Flash Mitch Bourgeois, CDTAll great photography, whether for the dental office, for nature walks or for weddings, starts with the right hardware. If you don’t have the proper camera, lenses and flash, you won’t get the desired...