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CUSPTIP OF THE WEEK: Magnify Your Dental Marketing

Online new patient experience is driving growth in practice startups and established practices that are willing to reevaluate what it's like to be on the other side of the screen, searching for a new dentist. Even minor online obstacles will cause patients to go back into searching mode and look for someone else. What barriers are you putting up before they even get to your door? Do you have quality reviews? More than the competition?Is your practice personality front and...

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Trade Up

Trade Up: Exchange Offer

Those competitor crowns collecting dust in your office are starting to look like a science fair project. Take advantage of our trade in offer and experience the benefit of mechanical retention, universal contour and esthetics that are second-to-none! To learn more call 877-557-6967 to speak with one of our friendly customer service representatives.

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EpiDri™ Hemostatic Pellets

Epidri is cotton pellets saturated with a solution of racemic epinephrine hydrochloride and dried by a technique which retains the activity of the medication. Normal tissue moisture reactivates the medication, which promptly retracts gingival tissue in a manner that causes no tissue damage. Epidri cotton pellets contain 1.9 mg racemic epinephrine HCl on average per pellet. They are designed to aid in retraction and control bleeding quickly allowing you to keep your procedures moving. Each box contains approximately 350 size...

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What’s in your patient’s mouth?

When you are about to make a purchase, do you ever ask yourself, “Is this American made?” That question is not as simple as a matter of national pride. When factors such as safety, economic security and health are weighed in, the gravity of that question becomes more apparent. Aside from supply chain security, when you buy domestically manufactured goods, you can be rest assured in what materials are being used to fabricate them. Other countries do not adhere to...

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CUSP-TIP: Crown Adjustment

If you need to shorten a crown, you may do so using a high-speed with a fine, zirconia specific diamond, holding the bur at a 45 degree angle to the crown's margin. While adjusting, you must use copious amounts of water, as excessive heat can cause microfractures in the zirconia. You should adjust on the incisal/occlusal surface or crown walls, as that can cause weak areas in the crown. Want to get your hands on an adjustment kit of your own?...

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Cusp Tips

CUSP-TIP: CLEANING AFTER TRY-INS

One of the most common questions we are asked by new customers is “After intra-oral try-ins, how do you clean Zirconia Kinder Krowns®?” For years our customers have simply been cleaning the intaglio with water spray to remove blood and debris. If they find dried blood that’s not easily removed, they use a cotton swab with alcohol to clean it. The mechanical retention eliminates the need for a second set of crowns that are only to be used for...

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Mid-Size Zirconia Krowns

ZIRCONIA PEDIATRIC CROWNS: WHEN TO USE A MID-SIZE CROWN

One daily dilemma a pediatric dentist faces is restoring posterior cases which have space loss. And when restoring back to back crowns aesthetically, the additional thickness of aesthetic crowns, although slight, can cause a lack of confidence in even the most experienced pediatric dentist. This is why we developed our aesthetic mid-size crowns, which offer a solution that will help you succeed in each of these cases! Mid-size crowns were created to combat the issues commonly seen in these cases....

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Prep Anterior

Vital aspects of your preparation.

Once you’ve selected your crown, it’s time for tooth reduction. With Zirconia Kinder Krowns®, we recommend reducing 1-1/5mm of tooth structure, followed by feathering your margins. When prepping for an SSC, you typically do not remove much, if any tooth structure on the buccal and lingual surface of the tooth. When prepping circumferentially, keep your bur parallel to the tooth. It’s very common for us to see over prepared occlusal/incisal surface and under reduced margins. Next, try-in your crown. If it fits...

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