Virtual dental expo

Check Page Ranking

Home
Dental tourism
Conferences
Dental books
Bad breath
Kids caries
Smoking effects
Patient info
Dental Videos
Wisdom tooth
Diabetes
Drugs of choice
Virtual dental expo

Endo tips    Better Endo    Endo abstracts    Endo discussions

The opinions within this web page are not ours. Authors have been credited
for the individual posts where they are

buildups at time of rct completion

From: Mark Dreyer Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 10:50 AM To: ROOTS Subject: [roots] Buildups R Us I've decided I'm going to make a concerted effort to start placing the buildups at time of rct completion. I'm going to make phone calls to explain myself and for those docs that object, I'll hold of on it for now. However, I'm hoping many of them will let me do this, especially since I'm initially not charging extra for it....so they can modify my buildup enough to justify in their mind getting the buildup chargeout in their office. Once I get most of the referring docs on board with this, I plan to raise my rct a bit to offset the extra time I put into this. This is one done today. I placed the amalgam buildup, after which I plan to call to ask permission to do it. :-)))) Mark.....I may have a GT3 for sale shortly if this doesn't go well. LOL

Iíll trade you my root zx2 for your gt3. right decision. I long ago forced my referring base to accept the same. But since I am my referring base, and I generally like me, it was an easy sell. - Gary Mark, Beautiful case. I am a general dentist who prefers to have the endodontist do the buildup. To me, the time for the buildup is at the time the endo is sealed. Plus, I love getting a completed case from Joey Dovgan, knowing I can focus on the crown or onlay prep only. From a production standpoint, I can produce more per hour by having the buildup already in place. (if that's why they dont want you to do it) Personally, I think you should charge for it. Why amalgam though? (I am not anti amal, just don't understand why not a bonded reinforced composite core) Again, sweet case. Scott

Searching for MB2

Implants #18, #19

Nice retrofil

Molars with lesions

Tooth #4

Apex locators

Large Apex

Access pictures

Lower incisor retreatment

Horror case

porcelain onlay

Conservative access

Peri radicular healing

Beautiful cases

Resilon cases

Unusual Apex

Noemi cases

2 upper molars

2 Anterior teeth

Tooth #35

Anecrotic molar

Direct capping

Molar cracks

Obstructed buccals

File broken in tooth

Separated instrument

Delta

Dental Products

Dental videos

2 year trauma

Squirt on mesials

dens update

Palatal root exits

Color map 3

Middle mesial

Continuous pain

Anterior MTA

Previous trauma

Ideal case

Dens Evaginitis