Why use a stone jig for implant supported zirconia restorations?

The use of zirconia has become widespread in the restoration of both natural teeth and dental implants. Zirconia possesses many ideal characteristics desired for an ideal restorative material. However, it is very unforgiving. Traditionally, verification jigs were made to test the accuracy of implant master casts compared to the mouth.…  Read more

How to deal with a furcation when your crown margin is deep

We all know and understand biologic width and its relationship to restorative dentistry. When a restorative margin is too deep, it becomes a source of chronic inflammation. How often have we removed an old crown on a molar and the caries progresses sub-gingivally? To the point of the furcation on…  Read more