Conventional impressioning is a routine day-to-day clinical treatment. Many studies show that high proportion of impressions taken in general practice have less than optimal accuracy for subsequent laboratory use. A major deficiency is a failure to follow basic principles inherent to the manipulation of impression materials.
A working impression taken on the first attempt is essential to producing well fitting restorations. This hands-on video will explore ways in which a Polyether impression material can be used in a predictable, simple and cost-effective way saving you time and hopefully enable you to produce that successful crown and bridge impression.
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This is Part 3