When Indirect Restorations are Extra Challenging: How, Why & What to Do

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From retraction cords to core buildups, there are several critical decisions when it comes to indirect restorative care — especially the more challenging cases. Join Dr. Ian Shuman, a practicing dentist, educator and published author, for a look at proven strategies to address common elements of the more challenging indirect restoration cases, including rapid cordless final impressions, two-minute temporary crowns and fiber-reinforced provisional bridges. Dr. Shuman will review the latest materials and techniques, as well as: • The fundamentals of core buildups and the ferrule effect • How to eliminate sensitivity by avoiding the use of retraction cord • Post and core — and how to prevent root and post fractures • How to achieve strength and efficiency with provisionals and rapid final impressions 

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