The Benefits of Single-Visit, In-Office 3D Printed Ceramic Resin Restorations
Drs. Walter Renne and Gregori M. Kurtzman show a novel 3D printed photopolymer resin that is beginning to rival conventional materials in its durability and aesthetics.
Alternative to All-on-X: A Conservative Approach?
Drs. Timothy F. Kosinski and Stephanie Tilley describe an approach to a seemingly hopeless case and how they decided to keep some of the teeth and create a mixed outcome of traditional restorations combined with implants.
Ceramic Implants and Dental Implant Rehabilitation, Part 2: Full-Arch Removable Treatment
Drs. Varo Boyer and Sammy Noumbissi focus on implant-retained and -supported full-arch removable treatment with ceramic dental implants. This is the second part of the article; part one appeared in our March 2023 issue.
Traumatic Ulcerative Granuloma With Stromal Eosinophilia: A Case Report
Drs. Ronald S. Brown, James T. Castle, Gail Cherry-Peppers, and Crystal McIntosh discuss a rare location for a lesion on the floor of the mouth. They emphasize the importance of having an appreciation with respect for the diagnosis, clinical appearance, natural history, and treatment of this lesion.
Three-Dimensional Treatment Letter: Modernizing Communication
Drs. Bill Layman and Keith Kiskaddon present the idea of a 3D treatment letter. In lieu of the traditional written letter describing the orthodontic treatment goals, they use a video and a 3D model to provide a visual representation of the case.
FOCUS ON: Cello-Playing Dentists
Brothers Emil and Dariel Liakhovetski are unique dental students. Emil is in his second year of periodontal residency at the University of Kentucky, and Dariel is in his third year of dental school at the University of North Carolina, class of 2025. You may have seen their cello performances on America’s Got Talent (AGT), and they opened the ADA SmileCon meeting this year in Orlando. We talked to them about their shared passions of music and dentistry.
Dr. Paul, Emil and Dariel, America’s Got Talent, and the ADA
Watch the full interview used to create the previous article.
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