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Resident Series: Successful Impression Techniques
This presentation will outline the requirements necessary to achieve accuracy in fixed crown and bridge impressions, denture impressions and implant impressions, examining the many choices of materials available. Successful techniques will presented providing predictable repeated success on traditional impression taking.

In this webinar the clinician will learn:
• Predictability with impression techniques and materials
• Moisture control
• Tissue retraction
• Cleanliness of the tooth preparation
• Avoiding of air entrapment
• Avoiding the tearing or distortion upon removal
• Adequate inspection of the impression after removal.
• Single unit crown impressions
• Multiple unit crown and bridge impressions
• Implant impressions
• Open tray vs. Closed tray
• Implant model techniques
• Denture impressions
• Reline impressions
• Border molding
• Preliminary Impressions
• Custom Tray Impressions

May 10, 2022 08:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dennis Urban, CDT
Director of Clinical Education @National Dentex Labs
Dennis Urban, CDT brings 40+ years of dental technology field experience including lab management, technical training, sales and marketing, product development, and quality assurance. In addition to being a seasoned dental lab manager, Dennis has been an eminent lecturer worldwide since 1985. His lectures and courses span many areas of dental technology, including denture set-ups, digital technology, denture processing, lab management, implant overdentures and bar design protocol, all-on-4 and -6 case planning and chairside conversions, shade communication, occlusion and soft liners. His technical articles have been published in publications across the US, Canada and Europe. Dennis Urban has been President of both the Long Island Dental Laboratory Association and the Dental Laboratory Association of the State of New York. He has served as a Cal Lab Board Member, is the current Board President on the National Board of Certification, and serves on the Advisory Board for IDT magazine.