Below is a classic 4 week post surgical reline. After a core and provisional is completed and periodontal corrective procedures are finished, a 4 week initial healing period is required. During this initial 4 week healing period, no modification is made to EITHER the teeth or provisionals. 
  • January 6, 2022
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Implant planning is about communication and understood outcomes.  This goes for the treatment team as well as the patient.
  • November 10, 2021
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The present study examines the function of fixed bridges on abutment teeth with reduced but non-inflamed periodontal tissues. Eighteen patients with advanced periodontal breakdown and indication for oral rehabilitation received periodontal treatment and their dentitions were restored with fixed bridgework. The analysis of function performed 2-5 years after insertion of the reconstructions was made by (1) evaluation of the patients' opinion on chewing ability and function of the masti- catory system.
  • November 1, 2021
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Curious what others have said about their experience at a Chasolen Education course? These are just a few attendee comments from a recent course. We have 2 excellent, skills development courses coming up over the next few months and seats...
  • August 16, 2019
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Denture occlusion: Too often, the opposing arch is ignored. I see this all the time. This opposing occlusion is problematic for many reasons: The lower right second molar is an unavoidable interference. The existing wear on the lower teeth are...
  • July 24, 2019
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Many years ago I learned from several of my mentors the importance of doing ‘clean’ dentistry, and this clip offers just a bit of insight into how I developed my approach to treatment and philosophy about effective restorative dentistry: What’s...
  • July 16, 2019
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