Gold restorations placed in 1983 by Bill Strupp. I was the ripe age of 4 years old. We still place around 15-20 gold restorations a month. Theses were placed with conventional cements. Today we bond our gold restorations and our LDS restorations with Panavia f2.0. Gold restorations are sandblasted, steam cleaned, and alloy primed. Gold preparations
We use Panavia f2.0 ED Primer to cement all restorations. Gold and LisiPress. One of the main reasons we love it is because the primer, ED Primer, will actually control bleeding when delivering. It will also cause the Panavia to snap set underneath the restoration which prevents further possible contamination. This picture shows
There is a great divide in philosophy among dentists who seek to preserve biology as to what is the most important biology to save. Procedures using direct composite resin or amalgam have been suggested to cost the patient less. Procedures using direct dentistry require more time, skill, care and judgement.
Here is our complete bur kit. Most of our final margination, which we prep dry with lots of air, for lithium disilicate is done with the Polaris (Formerly Pollard) G62 diamond. Our entire technique manual can be found on this link: https://bestbuydds.com Strupp / Brumm Bur List REGISTER NOW –
Milled titanium frame for a upper implant hybrid. Designed and milled by “The Wizard” Richard Wodzinski from an approved screw retained wax tryin. 12 Individual LisiPress crowns will be waxed and pressed and bonded with Panavia f2.0 Opaque cement. Pink composite bonded to frame to replicate soft tissue. Highly polish
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A. P., DDS, Charlotte, NC