Making an Excellent First Impression

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA

December 2019 Issue - Expires December 31st, 2022

Web Only

Abstract

Impression taking has been described as an art that requires capturing the exact dimensions of the preparation, soft tissue, architecture of margins of the preparation and the relationship of the prepared teeth to the surrounding dentition. Even the most experienced clinician can find impression-taking to be daunting, frustrating or difficult to perfect at times. This webinar will explore various material types and techniques available to enhance your impression taking skills.

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CREDITS: 1 SI
COST: $0.00
PROVIDER: AEGIS Publications, LLC
SOURCE: Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry | December 2019
COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: Kulzer

Learning Objectives:

  • Determine various impression material types and utilization 
  • Discuss how to create predictable and accurate results on the first attempt 
  • Determine what fabricates a bad impression: avoiding pulls, tears, bubbles

Disclosures:

Ms. Brinker has received an honorarium from Kulzer for her preparation and presentation of this program.

Queries for the presenter may be directed to jromano@aegiscomm.com.