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Why dental loupes are necessary?

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Why dental loupes are necessary?

1. Better Visual Acuity One of the many challenges faced by those working in the dental field is viewing the microscopic details of the teeth; from dark holes to almost invisible stains. Tackle this challenge with the human eye alone, and you are setting yourself up for failure. Even if you boast 20:20 vision, such details require magnification, and dental loupes provide the user with vision which is far superior to that which could be achieved naturally. With the use of dental loupes, users can view all details of the oral cavity with enhanced magnification; improving your visual acuity and...

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IMPLANT SURGERY WITH THE APPLICATION OF SURGICAL GUID

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IMPLANT SURGERY WITH THE APPLICATION OF SURGICAL GUID

With the development of digital implant technology, the application of intraoral scanning and surgical guide is becoming more and more popular. In implant surgery, the accuracy and efficiency can be improved by printing the personalized surgical guide that consistent with patient’s intraoral condition according to the intraoral data. Patient information The patient had both side of the lower posterior teeth missing for 4 years and CBCT show that #44 root canal had high density ray blocking substance; low density shadow in the root tip; complete absorption in the labial bone wall of the root. #45 top of the ridge had...

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NARROW DIAMETER IMPLANT IN POSTERIOR MANDIBLE

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NARROW DIAMETER IMPLANT IN POSTERIOR MANDIBLE

Case information Physical exam: 46 missing, the alveolar was blade-shaped, the mucosal color was normal, and the width of the keratinized gingiva on the cheek and lingual crest was about 2mm. The gap in the missing area is normal, 47 is mesial-inclined, loose (-), the antagonist is normal, and the occlusal gap is normal.Auxiliary exam: CBCT showed no sever alveolar bone resorption in the 46 missing area, and the top of the alveolar ridge is 19.89 mm away from the inferior alveolar nerve tube, with the medium bone. The adjacent teeth had no periapical lesions, and the alveolar bone had...

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FULL DIGITAL WORKFLOW OF IMPLANT CASE

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FULL DIGITAL WORKFLOW OF IMPLANT CASE

Nowadays, digital implant restoration is becoming more popular with the improvements in dentistry. In this clinical case we want to display an integrated digital implant restoration workflow using the Shining 3D intraoral scanner, Aoralscan and 3D printer AccuFab-D1. This digital workflow not only provides more comfort to patients, but also improves the work efficiency of the dental practitioners, saving the trouble of making physical impressions and models. Case Information: Procedure: Single crown based on implant restorationDentist: Chen Qingsheng, Hangzhou Hospital of StomatologyPatient: FemaleDental History: Missing teeth #24 & #46Treatment Plan: Implant crown restoration #24 & #46Implant System: OSSTEM 4.5×10mm RNRestoration...

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IMPLANTOLOGY BETWEEN NARROW POSTERIOR TEETH

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IMPLANTOLOGY BETWEEN NARROW POSTERIOR TEETH

Dentists Hospital: Shenzhen University HospitalDeng, Yongqiang / Director of stomatology department, Shenzhen University Hospital;Li, Xin/ Post Doctor, HKU Faculty of DentistryLi, Xuguang/ graduated from West China School of Stomatology, Sichuan University Patient information Patient: Female , 26 years old. Complaint: Right lower posterior tooth was missing for a year Medical History: The patient reported no history of hypertension, heart disease , diabetes, myositis ,tuberculosis and other infectious diseases, No history of major trauma or surgery, no history of drug allergy & blood transfusion. Physical examination: #46 was missing, alveolar ridge shape was blade-like, mucosal color and morphology were normal. the...

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