Live WebinarDiabetes and Oral Disease
26 Sep 2019, 08:00 PM EST (New York)
Ira Lamster DDS, MMSc, Editor-in-Chief
Live WebinarAdvanced Implant Prosthetics
Edward Tam BDS (Dundee, Scotland), MFGDP (UK), MGDSRCS (Ireland), MGD (CDSHK)
10 Feb 2020, 10:30 AM Shanghai
The speaker would like to discuss what’s new in both clinical and laboratory aspects in Implant Prosthetics, from digital impressions, protocols, CADCAM methods, to advanced materials.
Flow Dental offers a wide assortment of lead-free X-ray aprons. “Our lead-free aprons are lighter and more flexible than regular lead aprons and good for the environment, too,” said Jeff Price, North East territory manager for Flow Dental.
Digital X-rays are changing how you manage patient diagnostics. But while digital is faster and easier to use, it poses some unique challenges too. Sensor positioning is one such challenge. Unlike film, sensors are rigid and thick. And unlike film, there is no standard size to a “size-2” sensor. All this makes finding a quick and easy way to position your sensor somewhat more difficult than when you were using film.