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Occlusion for Complete Dentures – PDP162
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1:04:02Dr. Andreas Artopoulos will save you HOURS of chairside adjusting as he busts denture occlusion myths. We covered all the key stages of complete denture fabrication in this gem-packed episode, before offering clear guidelines on what occlusion on complete dentures SHOULD look like (and why). Protrusive Dental Pearl: 'Enter Bolus, Exit Balance!' - find out why group function occlusion is the pragmatic choice of occlusal scheme, instead of painstakingly trying to achieve balanced articulation. https://youtu.be/6KppZpIepXM Watch PDP162 on Youtube Highlights:1:02 Protrusive dental pearl3:36 Prosthodontic Expertise8:43 Denture Inspection21:15 Jaw Registration40:40 Incisor Positioning47:03 Balanced Occlusion48:50 Articulator Insights55:25 Group Function56:18 Adaptable Techniques56:18 Patient Adaptation1:03:04 Optimal Denture Fabrication If you liked this episode, you will also like PDP134 - Chrome Partial Dentures Guide Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month?
A Geeky Discussion on Adhesive Onlays – PDP161
51:15I have a quadrant isolated. Classic FM is playing in the background. The teeth are bone dry. I pick up the air abrasion unit and begin my adhesive protocol. I am well and truly in my happy place! This week we're joined by Dr Ash Lifts - a wonderful, reflective practitioner from The States. We had a great time discussing cusp preservation to material choices for onlays. Protrusive Dental Pearl: Build in some 'indexing', 'location' and resistance form in to your onlay preps - don't just make it flat because you saw it on the 'gram! https://youtu.be/pXKhUqtNOso Watch PDP161 on Youtube Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Check out Dr Ashley's website and courses: https://drashlifts.com/contact Courses: https://getbondedstaybonded.co.uk/ Waitlist: https://forms.gle/HBAJbK7P66dj68Vx6 If you enjoyed this episode, you will love delving deeper in to the full protocol in Ceramic Onlays from Preps, Temporisation and Bonding Protocols – PDP059 Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month? Just head over to https://protrusive.app Click below for full episode transcript: Episode Teaser: When I'm prepping for a ceramic onlay or an overlay, I'm in my happy place. I've got my rubber dam isolation and I just enter this flow state. It really is a fun procedure for me because I feel that every prep and something I'll guess today, Dr. Ashley Chung, aka @dr.ashlifts, also says later in this episode that she feels like no two of her preps ever look the same. Jaz's Introduction:And there is a beauty in that. You really have to think before you prep. It's not like making a one millimeter shoulder all day round. There's decisions to make which cusps are in compression, which cusps are in tension, which cusps can you preserve? And that's why all of our onlay preps look different for different teeth, for different scenarios. And it's a big part of why I've been doing this for about six years now. And I just love it. I still love it. I still tell my nurse, Zoe. We have an onlay prep today. I'm going to be in the zone. We'll put on some classical music. I'll have rubber dam on and I just enjoy it. It's usually either classical music or like rock music. So those are my two-treatment music. I used to do hip hop, but then the swear words and curse words, I didn't think that was a good vibe in my patients. So think like, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, that kind of stuff. Always classic FM, right? It's one of the two. Now in this episode with Ash, who by the way, is just the most humble dentist ever. She's so sweet, she's so humble, she's so caring, so giving. All those good things that we need in dentistry, right? There's too much fake stuff in dentistry. There's too much showing off. There's too much, look at me, I'm awesome. I've got millions of followers and I've got a Ferrari and this kind of watch. Where she is just as far away from that as you can go. And this is why she's attracted such a large audience on Instagram, and I think she deserves all the followers and all the applause that goes with it for all her work that she does. So we need more people like Ash in dentistry, so it was great to have her on the podcast. Whilst a good chunk of this episode was partial coverage, like how can you preserve certain cusps, and what does Ash look for on the tooth when she's doing that? So some guidelines on thicknesses of the ceramic as well, when to use which cement, find out when I use Panavia and when I use heated composite and also what Ash's protocols are. Find out if you use IvoClean or not. And our thoughts on zirconia overlays and zirconia onlays, like I can tell you now I'm like what the hell, why is this even a thing, but I'm happy to prove wrong. So if in the comments later, please do let us know if you practice, if you do the zirconia partial coverage restoratio...
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Treatment Co-Ordinators – Are They Right For Your Practice? – IC043
35:16Would a Treatment Co-ordinator really benefit your practice? In the latest segment of our podcast, we had the delightful Emma, an expert treatment coordinator, share her experiences and guidance on the evolving role of a treatment coordinator in a dental practice. https://youtu.be/4p5iLCX-mgA Watch IC043 on Youtube Would this TCO model work in your practice? What are the challenges in starting this? Are there any drawbacks? Emma spills all the beans! Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Highlights of the episode:00:00 Introduction02:21 Emma's Journey to TCO5:46 TCO’s role in various practices10:00 Advantages of a TCO consultation 14:13 Disadvantages of Treatment Co-Ordinators18:20 Timings of Appointments21:19 Patient consent processes23:02 Profitability and practicality of TCOs25:56 Introducing virtual treatment coordinators (VTC).28:00 How to find a TCO31:45 How to reach Emma If you’re inspired to learn more, reaching out to Emma is a breeze. Connect with her through her Instagram page @em_thetco If you liked this episode, you will also like Recommend Treatment Plans with Confidence – IC038 Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month? Click below for full episode transcript: Episode Teaser: Mentally, why are you worried about a patient booking their next appointment? Why are you worried about how they're going to pay for their treatment? That's not your worry. That's for someone else to deal with. Jaz's Introduction:Hello, Protruserati. I'm Jaz Gulati and this Interference Cast, we're going to cover the topic of treatment coordinators. Is it right for your practice? We hear from Emma Yates, who is a nurse turned into a treatment coordinator. And a treatment coordinator, if you haven't heard of this term before, is someone who is kind of in between the reception team and the dentist, right? They've got enough clinical knowledge to discuss the pros and cons of different treatment and help the patient in their journey to find out what's the best treatment for them and also help them to pay for their treatment, how to finance it and answer those niggling queries they sometimes have and sometimes patients have to wait some time to hear from the dentist. But that treatment coordinator is a friendly phrase, right? They're not the scary dentist. They're a friendly face. They're an advocate for the patient. And I've seen over the past few years, lots of different practices adopt the treatment coordinator model. Now, I'm not sure if it's just a UK thing or a worldwide thing, but this is definitely becoming more integrated in dental practices. So if you're a principal wondering if this is the right move for you, or if you're maybe a nurse thinking, hey, you know, could I be a treatment coordinator? Or perhaps you're an associate and you like the idea of your practice, having a treatment coordinator, and maybe you can send them this episode to weigh out the pros and cons of it as per the discussion that we have with Emma. So let's join Emma now. And at the end in my outro, I'll let you know how you can claim CPD for this episode. Main Episode:Emma Yates, welcome to the Protrusive Dental Podcast. How are you? [Emma]I'm good. Thank you. How are you? [Jaz]Yes, absolutely brilliant. It's a Saturday. I was working clinical this morning. I've had a couple hours of de stress, but now, I love, I'm doing the bit, which I love speaking to different people, learning, sharing. And today's topic is treatment coordinators of which you are for the past six years. As you told me before we hit the record button, I have so many questions for you, like so many practices could be employing this way of working. And they probably have so many questions. I'd be hesitant for some reason, so many concerns before doing such a big step.
Fremitus and Occlusal Overload – Dental Occlusion Geekiness – PDP160
41:50Ever heard of fremitus? Wondering what it really means for your patient's occlusion? In this episode we're joined again by Dr. Mahmoud Ibrahim, by popular demand, for an insightful discussion on dental fremitus. We understand that this topic can be a bit perplexing, so we're here to break it down step by step. https://youtu.be/LFZ4Uh0Y8sI Watch PDP160 on Youtube We share how we seamlessly integrate a fremitus check into an occlusal assessment, discussing the crucial aspects of when and how to intervene effectively, all while preserving your patient’s chewing space. Check out our upcoming webinar “Unchippable” to learn about how to prevent chips and breaks on your lovely anterior composite restorations – protrusive.co.uk/unchippable 'Weakest Link' study that Jaz and Mahmoud referred to: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08869634.2000.11746142 The Awake Bruxism (habit breaking) appliance that Jaz uses called MAPA. More about Fremitus, how it's classified and occlusal trauma. Follow Dr. Ibrahim on Instagram @drmoidental Want to learn more about Occlusion? Head over to occlusion.online. Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Highlights of the episode:00:00 Intro00:39 The Protrusive Dental Pearl04:17 Dr. Mahmoud Ibrahim05:17 Mobility vs fremitus08:26 What is fremitus?09:52 The PDL12:54 The weakest link theory16:21 Checking for fremitus17:19 Class 1 fremitus21:57 Class 2 and 3 fremitus23:03 Treatment27:24 Envelope of function29:21 Orthodontic treatment36:34 Final remarks39:44 Outro If you liked this episode, you will also like PDP150 - Occlusion on Class IV Composite Restorations Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month? Click below for full episode transcript: Jaz's Introduction: Fremitus is this strange thing when your patient bites together and you feel, or you see a tooth move out of the way, classically a front tooth, right? It's a sign of Occlusal Overload. And in this episode, we're going to talk everything related to Fremitus with my good friend, Dr. Mahmoud Ibrahim. Jaz’s Introduction:Hello, Protruserati. I'm Jaz Gulati, and welcome back to another Protrusive Dental Podcast episode. If you're new to the podcast, welcome. Thanks so much for joining us. And if you're a veteran Protruserati, thanks for coming time and time again. We hope to make complex topics in dentistry tangible for you. Protrusive Dental PearlBefore we join the main interview with Dr. Mahmoud Ibrahim, I'm going to give you the Protrusive Dental Pearl, which I always do for every main PDP episode. Today's Protrusive Pearl relates to cramp operations, and in particular, getting better impressions or scans. Look, once you've placed the retraction cord, and I know many people like to use things like Expasyl or Traxodent, which are like the pace systems. I quite like using retraction chords and also in combination with PTFE tape, especially as I do lots of vertical preparations or VertiPreps. Now I have got lots of webinars planned in October. As part of the live series I'm doing for the Protruserati, the premium subscribers, it's going to be VertiPrep for Plonkers. So that's coming soon. And one of the strategies I use to be able to scan subgingivally is once I've got my triple zero cord in place, I will put some PTFE tape over that. But sometimes what can happen is that the gingiva it sulks, right? It sulks on to the PTFE and sometimes even contacts the prep. So when I scan it because the tissues because the gums are touching the preparation it creates a nightmare scenario for my technician who wants that gingiva well out of the way So at that point the pearl the tip i'm giving you is if you've got a laser, fine. Great. Use a laser. If you've got any fancy burrs, use them. But the cheapest thing you can buy is something called a Thermocut Bur.
How to Manage Children in Dental Pain – Paediatric Emergencies – PDP159
58:31If the thought of dealing with little patients sends a shiver down your spine, then this one might be for you. This week we teamed up with Dr. Emma Ray-Chaudhuri, a paediatric specialist, to tackle the topic of children in dental pain. We discuss pain assessment for all ages, radiographs, and treatment options in hopes to make this topic a tad less daunting! https://youtu.be/2pTWukJwM_s Watch PDP159 on Youtube Check out Dr. Ray-Chaudhuri’s website for further details on upcoming lectures spanning various dental topics: graystonereferral.com SDCEP guidelines: https://www.sdcep.org.uk/media/2zbkrdkg/sdcep-prevention-and-management-of-dental-caries-in-children-2nd-edition.pdf Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Highlights of the episode:00:00 Intro01:32 The Protrusive Dental Pearl03:11 Dr. Emma Ray-Chaudhuri09:23 Children in pain11:13 Babies and toddlers12:18 Preschool/school children13:20 Teenagers15:15 Building rapport17:00 Radiographs26:06 Fissure sealants and brushing29:58 Abscesses31:10 Irreversible vs. reversible pulpitis32:49 Temporary restorations and the hall crown technique39:08 Pulp therapy42:24 The FiCTION trial44:45 Cleansable cavities45:59 MIH50:03 Sensitivity54:24 International variations55:56 Dr. Ray-Chaudhuri’s socials56:58 Outro If you liked this episode, you will also like Paediatric Dentistry Communication and Prevention Part 1 and Part 2 Click below for full episode transcript: Jaz's Introduction: In this episode with pediatric dentist, Dr. Emma Ray-Chaudhuri, we share about the Management of the Child in Dental Pain. What are the BEST GUIDELINES ? And on that note, the guidelines we discuss and the advice Emma offers very much based on UK guidelines, specifically the SDCEP guidelines, which I will make available to download below. Jaz's Introduction:And this might be different to those in the US or all around the world. Ultimately, you guys, Protruserati are an international community. So remember that a lot of the advice here is very UK centric, and there are some differences culturally and internationally in terms of guidelines. So just bear that in mind as we discuss Best Management for Children. Hello, Protruserati. I'm Jaz Gulati, and welcome back to the Protrusive Dental Podcast. We're covering a pediatric dentistry theme, which is something that we haven't covered in a long time. And I want to cover something that is really REAL WORLD, something that affects general dentists day in, day out, and children in pain. Like, I hate to see it as a dentist, as a father. I hate to see children patient who are in pain. It's also one of the most stressful things that a dentist can face because it's very difficult to get a good history. It's very difficult to do an exam. Like some children will just not let you examine their mouth properly. So how can you get the best diagnosis? In terms of managing them, there's so many different variables and considerations, which you'll hear about today. We talk about deep caries, reversible pulpitis, irreversible pulpitis, abscesses, and how best to manage those in your patients. But these can vary so much depending on the overall status of the child's oral health, the attitude of the child and the parent, and also how many teeth are actually involved. So remember that this episode is offering guidelines and I'll give you some good information about what to do at the emergency visit, but also how to do a comprehensive exam afterwards. Protrusive Dental PearlThe Protrusive Dental Pearl I have you is related to pediatric dentistry. It's the use of something called Fuji Triage by GC as an alternative to fissure sealants for actually sealing fissures. So let me give you more information about this. Recently I saw my son Ishaan, in the dental chair because he's got these super deep fissures. And I discussed this with Emma in the episode actually. He's got these super deep fissures and every time he eat...
Help! My Patient Has a Small Mouth! Working Alongside TMJ Physiotherapists – GF020
40:11‘Easy Dentistry on Difficult Patients is still Difficult’ - Dr Lincoln Harris Patients with small mouth opening can be a huge pain in the back for Dentists - but did you know there are ways we can significantly improve their mouth opening through physiotherapy? https://youtu.be/v_u9sBAGliU Watch GF020 on Youtube In this episode I’m joined by Dr. Tzvika Greenbaum, a specialist TMJ physiotherapist who's here to spill the beans on his journey from headaches to jawaches. We bring to light the jaw-dropping collaboration between dentists and physiotherapists, making dental treatment easier for both you and your patients. Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Highlights of the episode:00:00 Intro01:02 Dr. Tzvika Greenbaum03:39 Dentistry meets physiotherapy09:33 Range of movement10:23 Asymmetry11:20 Prevention12:20 Advice to dentists14:34 Stretching16:17 The dental gym16:57 Sleep bruxists vs. awake bruxists19:28 Reducing sleep bruxism20:52 Obstructive sleep apnoea22:03 Statistics and diagnostic criteria25:16 At-home exercises27:20 Pain and discomfort28:39 Rehabilitation30:14 When to involve a physiotherapist31:12 Expected results32:21 Screening34:15 Dr. Greenbaum’s event39:04 Outro Dr. Greenbaum’s upcoming course: protrusive.co.uk/greenbaum If you liked this episode, you will also like 3 Simple TMD Exercises Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month? Click below for full episode transcript: Jaz's Introduction: One of my mentors, Dr. Lincoln Harris, once taught me that easy dentistry on a difficult patient is still difficult, and nothing makes our dentistry more difficult than that patient who just can't open, or the patient that keeps closing their mouth. Like, it's impossible to do high quality work in that kind of a patient. Jaz's Introduction:Hello, Protruserati. I'm Jaz Gulati, and in this Group Function where we just focus on one theme, today's big topic is "Help! My patient Can't Open Their Mouth!" And you'll be amazed with some physio with some exercises with some training if you like your patient can actually open significantly more allowing you to do better dentistry and allowing the patient to get better outcomes. We're joined today by our first ever Israeli guest Dr. Greenbaum who is a physiotherapist who specialized in the area of TMD and he'll be coming soon to the UK. So I thought ahead of his visit, let's talk about a really important topic that I think is going to help you guys in the real world where our patients are struggling to keep their mouth open. What causes this and how can we get involved either just by yourself or working in tandem with a physiotherapist? Let's join the main episode now and I'll catch you in the outro. Main Episode:Dr. Greenbaum, welcome to the Protrusive Dental Podcast. How are you? [Tzvika]Hey, hi Jaz. I'm very well. Thank you very much. And thank you for inviting me to speak about my favorite topic, which is Rehabilitation of Patients with Temporomandibular Disorders. [Jaz]It's great to be able to help our patients in pain. And this is exactly what it's about, pain and discomfort. And I'm going to really try and extract all the knowledge and experience that you have. But just share with the Protruserati listening right now, what is your background? How did you niche into rehabilitation of temporomandibular disorders and psychogenic and in that area? [Tzvika]Well, my bachelor's degree was back in 2004 in Haifa University in Israel. And after that, I headed up to Australia, South Australia to learn a master's degree in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy and a very well-known degree. But in that degree, I started to get into the topic of cervical spine. Upper cervical spine rehabilitation of patients with headaches. It was a new thing for physiotherapists to rehabilitate patients with cervicogenic headac...
Indemnity vs Insurance 2023 – Which one is best for you? – GF019
52:43NEW EPISODE LIVE for public access! Do you know the difference between dental indemnity and insurance? And which one might be better for you? Today we have Dr. Neel Jaiswal, founder of Professional Dental Indemnity (PDI), to shed light on this crucial topic (as our security and sleep depends on it!) https://youtu.be/SmLM5cr4mzo Watch GF019 on Youtube Should you choose a 'claims occurred' or 'claims made' policy? Dr. Jaiswal's transparent advice aids in choosing what is best for you at your stage of your career. Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Get a quote from PDI and save £thousands on your policy. If you liked this episode, you will also like 10 Commandments for Staying Out of Trouble Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month? Click below for full episode transcript: Episode Teaser: And what you don't want to do is have to cover the costs of somebody else's mistakes. So, with an insurance pool, we put all the good dentists, so to speak, in one pool. And let's call them the distressed dentists, paying 30, 40, 50, 80, 100 grand in another pool. So, there's different risk factors and different prices. So, if something happens in the other pool, it's not having a knock-on effect on yours, so your premium doesn't go up. Whereas with a mutual everyone's in the same pool. So that's why you can be saying, I haven't had a complaint. Why is my indemnity going up, insurance going up every year? Now, obviously some of that's expenses, cost of living, but it's disproportionately high, but it's because you're paying for other people's errors and emissions. Jaz's Introduction:Indemnity vs Insurance. I don't know if it's like a UK thing. I'm kind of sure it is. Although when I was in Singapore, I was with dental protection. So let's give you a bit of background first, right? Indemnity is a bit like the big organizations, mutuals like DDU and dental protection, whereas Insurance are kind of like a newcomer in the last 10 years. There's these different insurance products. So what's the need for these? Well, when I was in Singapore, when I moved from the UK to Singapore, I was paying so much lower to be part of dental protection at the time, like, compared to UK fees, Singapore, it was so much easier to get protected as a clinician. This is because in Singapore at the time, dentists were getting sued way less than they are in the UK, which is nice, and also taxes are lower, which is really cool. Anyway, came back to the UK, and now that I've been paying way less in Singapore, to have to pay what I was getting quoted for with DDU at the time, or Dental Protection, or whoever, It was a bitter pill to swallow. So already I was thinking surely there must be a better way. Why am I a non-implant dentist who hadn't had any complaints at that point? Why am I paying so much so that it covers the high-risk dentist, right? Cause that's the way it works. These mutuals, they work because they've divided all the costs between all the members. And this is why your premium goes up year by year by year, even though you didn't really use their services. That's when insurances came my radar and my friend, Dr. Neel Jaiswal, who's a fantastic conscientious clinician. He started PDI, which is Professional Dental Indemnity. So, I had a chat with him, I went to their evening, I met the underwriters, the lawyers there, and I was very impressed with what he was setting up. But what he taught me and what I learned also from the Facebook groups and dentistry is that, oh, I had this complaint, and my indemnity organization is choosing not to defend me. Now that's a big eye opener, right? Because what we learn now is that these big mutuals, their cover is discretionary. Meaning that should they choose not to defend you, they won't. They're not obligated to. They're not an insurance. Okay.
Ovate Pontics for Bridges – The Complete Guide with Dr Jason Smithson – PDP158
1:08:05Ovate pontics are what you choose when you want the best aesthetics for fixed dental bridges - but how do you go about prescribing this to your lab? https://youtu.be/ffg0gX4L8ng Watch PDP158 on Youtube How do you carry out 'pontic site development' and how can you assess the soft tissues for suitability? Get your onions ready, Protruserati, it's another cracker with that man Dr Jason Smithson who will make ovate pontics tangible. We've also made a kick-ass infographic for you to download alongside 2 PDFs recommended by Dr Jason Smithson, summarising all that Dr Smithson taught on this episode. [Also available in the Protrusive Vault for premium subscribers] Protrusive Dental Pearl: Jaz's Rule for Resin Bonded Bridges For Metal winged adhesive bridges, do not accept more than 1 compromise For Zirconia RBBs, do not accept any compromises! Examples of compromises: small abutment teeth (and thus smaller surface area for bonding), poor quality enamel, awkward path of insertion, dodgy occlusions etc Join us on Saturday 30th September for Occlusion and Communication Day at London Heathrow - amazing speakers on 2 huge topics! As promised, check out the PDF on Ovate Pontics by Professor Bill Robbins and more about the E-Pontic here. Learn more from Dr Jason Smithson and his Restorative Programme. Also, check out his courses with Spear Education. Highlights from this episode to follow. Robbins Ovate Pontics PDFDownload If you enjoyed this episode, you will also like PDP132 Success with Resin Bonded Bridges Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month? Click below for full episode transcript: Jaz's Introduction: This episode will be the definitive guide to all things OVATE PONTICS. Now, we actually cover bridge pontics in general, and when we qualified from dental school, we only really learned the modified ridgelap or the ridgelap. Jaz’s Introduction:Look, they're okay pontics, they do the job, but they're ugly. Ovate pontics are egg shaped or bullet shaped, and they emerge from the soft tissues, and they look really natural. As well as that, they offer really good cleansability as well. So Ovate Pontic is the best kind of pontic you can aim for. But it's so difficult to find good content online when it comes to Ovate Pontics, until now. I got on, once again, Dr. Jason Smithson, who, to me, is the best dentist in the world. He is amazing. I've been to so many courses. He's taught me so much. And it's just always a pleasure to have him on the podcast. I tried to really extract as much as I could from Jason Smithson during this episode to try and cover a lot of depth, but also a bit more breadth around this topic. What I also did in the editing stages of this episode is I really stacked it with lots of visuals, because sometimes when you talk about topics like this, when it's not visual, it's very difficult to follow along. Now, for all my Protruserati audio listeners, don't worry, all of it can be followed along by audio, but when a visual is really going to enhance the learning, I've put that on the screen. So for those of you who are watching on YouTube or on the app with the premium notes, you're probably going to gain a bit more. So I encourage you if you can make the time to do this, like an on demand webinar kind of thing, right? Just study all the visuals that will really compliment what we're talking about. In this episode, we discussed case selection for ovate pontics and all the nuances, like how deep do you actually go into soft tissues, which kind of soft tissues are suitable. What if you don't have enough soft tissue and everything you have to do to actually develop your pontic site. At the end of the episode we also see the return of Am I Naughty If, because I shared with Jason a shortcut way of working with ovate pontics to try and bypass th...
An Idiot’s Guide to Restoring Single Implant Crowns Part 2 – PDP157
52:13Welcome back to part two of this ‘Restoring the Single Implant Crown’ podcast series that's about to kick start your implant career. We've teamed up with the uber-knowledgeable Dr. Devang Patel, a dental wizard with over 13 years of spellbinding experience under his belt. Leading on from the previous episode that focussed on case assessment to impression taking/digital scanning, we now cover the step by step protocol for fitting the implant crown, maintenance, and troubleshooting. https://youtu.be/FDB72GtYAAs Watch PDP157 on Youtube Dr. Patel's got your back (or should we say teeth?) every step of the way! Check out his social media platforms for further information about his upcoming implant restoration course: @dr_devangpatel [email protected] www.drdevangpatel.com Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Highlights of the episode:00:00 Intro01:12 Restoring Implant Crowns Infographic02:03 Recap Part 103:45 Inspecting the labwork05:52 Assessing the occlusion06:22 Keeping the implant clean during the fit appointment07:21 Anaesthetic Prior to Implant Crown Try-In?08:20 Screwing in the crown11:13 Occlusion and guidance17:18 Temporarily restoring the access hole18:33 Review19:49 Definitive torque and sealing the access hole25:46 Yearly review of Implant Crown27:18 Radiographs29:21 Excessive blanching when fitting crown31:21 High occlusion management32:06 Open contact points for implant crowns34:43 Other implantologists’ work38:29 Angulated screw channels43:24 Loose implant crowns45:52 Implant passports46:57 Adjusting the occlusion48:24 Dr. Devang Patel51:13 Outro You can now download the infographic that sums up Part 1 and Part 2 of An Idiot's Guide to Restoring Single Implant Crowns. Just head to protrusive.co.uk/idiot If you liked this episode, you will also like Full Mouth Rehabs Part 3 Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month? Click below for full episode transcript: Jaz's Introduction: Hello, Protruserati. I'm Jaz Gulati and welcome back to Part Two of an Idiot's Guide to Restoring the Single Implant Crown. Now, if you haven't yet listened to the first part of this episode, that's PDP156. Jaz’s Introduction:You should probably start there first because Dr. Devang Patel, our esteemed guest, he talks us through from the very beginning, like how do you assess the site that might be suitable for an implant and what to actually do if someone else's placed implant is coming to you for the restoration. And let me tell you, I learned so much. The episode is called an Idiot's Guide. I'm the idiot, right? So I was learning so much as getting along. He taught us about internal hex, external hex, conical, or butt joints, all these things I was learning about implants. Then we talk about impressions and scanning. And now we're going to be talking about what happens when the lab work comes back from the lab and you're going to assess it. You want to take a radiograph. You're going to actually screw the screw retain crown in. But what are you checking for? Do you have to give local anesthetic, for example? How much talk do you need to give at that point? How do you then restore the screw access hole? And what should be the follow up protocol going forward, as well as the all important troubleshooting? It's really important when you learn a new skill, that you learn about the troubleshooting. So any of the common complications that you can get ahead of it. Protrusive Dental PearlSo just before we go and join Devang for that Part two, I'm going to give you the Protrusive Dental Pearl. It's basically a summary of both these two episodes, so PDP156 and this episode, because I imagine as a learner, it can become quite overwhelming, especially if you're commuting, chopping onions, and then to try and remember and think, you need like an aid memoir.
An Idiot’s Guide to Restoring Single Implant Crowns (Part 1) – PDP156
1:17:09One of the reasons I did not proceed further in Implant training is the sheer frustration and confusion surrounding all the components and nuances of restoring Implants. This is why I have Dr. Devang Patel sharing his 13 years of experience in the field to break every stage of restoring a single implant crown. All the terms, components and stages for implant restoration are explained during this 2 part series. https://youtu.be/TAzbZW_Yk_Y Watch PDP156 on Youtube The Protrusive Dental Pearl: How I use the software Motion to better manage my time and productivity. Check out the 7-Day Free Trial Here Need to Read it? Check out the Full Episode Transcript below! Highlights of the episode:00:00 Intro01:56 How I use the Motion App04:26 Where to start?07:03 Dr. Devang Patel13:30 Assessment and treatment planning22:19 Space requirements27:49 Temporaries28:48 Occlusion and diagnostic wax-ups30:10 Impression technique39:31 After the impression42:29 Connections48:19 Screw-retained crowns vs. cement-retained crowns58:18 The lab67:39 Digital impressions72:15 The next episode74:48 Outro If you liked this episode, check out Adhesive Full Mouth Rehabs in 11 Appointments (Part 1) – PDP103 Did you know? You can get CPD from the Web App or Phone App and watch premium clinical videos, for less than a tax deductible Nando’s per month? Click below for full episode transcript: Jaz's Introduction: If you're like me and you don't restore implants and you want to learn more about this area or if you're new in the game and you've got your first couple of cases on the go, this episode will be absolutely invaluable. If you remember Devang, he did a few episodes with us about full mouth reconstruction in 11 appointments and he went through appointment by appointment, and that episode is like a Protrusive Hall of Fame. Jaz's Introduction:In that same style Devang covers over the crosses two next episodes, the Five Different Stages of Restoring the Single Implant Crown. We're going right to the basics, starting from assessment all the way to screwing or cementing your implant crown, and we leave no stone unturned. Hello, Protruserati. I'm Jaz Gulati and welcome back to the Protrusive Dental Podcast. For me, implants are super confusing. When I was in the first few years after qualifying, I did go on some courses to learn about restoring implants, even learning about placing implants. But I just decided it wasn't my bag. It's not what excites me. Orthorestorative excites me, occlusion excites me, and implants are at the moment in my career is not something that I'm spending more energy and time on. I'm doing a lot more TMD now I'm doing restorative but who knows what's in store for my future. But as we know dentistry is a long game and that could change in the future, but I definitely needed to serve my patients better by learning more about implants in general. I think we can all do with foundational knowledge and where better to start than learning about restoring implants which is exactly what Dr Devangkumar Patel will do today. Now, please, no one be offended by the episode title, An Idiot's Guide. If you listen to the end of the episode where we discussed naming of this episode, it's a bit funny actually, but I mean this with the best intentions because actually when you listen to the interview, you'll see that I'm stopping Devang and I'm like, hang on a minute. When you say this, do you mean this? And I'm learning as we're going along. And when we're talking about internal hex and external hex, for me, that just got really confusing. So I made this analogy of like a belly button, like sticky-innie, sticky-outie. So, you'll see lots of Jazz-isms in there about me just trying to break things down, trying to make it tangible. So please, no one be offended by the title. Protrusive Dental PearlThe Protrusive Dental Pearl today is from the recent webinar I did. I did All My Productivity Secrets Revealed.