Posts Tagged 'Prosthetics'

Angled SKY Locator – a new horizon for minimally invasive implant restoration

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Older patients with severely atrophied jaws often have to manage without fixing their prosthesis with implants – out of fear of costly surgical procedures. Thanks to the new Angled SKY Locator, these procedures can be avoided. By using the Angled SKY Locator, it becomes possible to fit the implants at an angle and ...

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Back to Basics – Prosthetic Dentistry Event

Yesterday we had our second Prosthetics back to basics event presented by Dr Mark Bishop.

Topics that were covered included:

  • Fitting the dentures and pre-centric check record
  • Review stage
  • Technical considerations – the clinician/technician interface
  • Key equipment list

I’m sure all who attended found the topics covered informative and hope they will be able to use some of the techniques covered to improve their prosthetic dentistry.

Thanks to Mark for an entertaining and insightful lecture.

We will be holding a Nobel-Biocare study club on the 17th September 2013 for further ...

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