Media Release: Clinical Research Dental Hosts the Canadian Rockies Dental Conference in Banff, AB August 11-13, 2022

Clinical Research Dental Hosts the Canadian Rockies Dental Conference in Banff, Alberta London, ON (April 6, 2022) — Clinical Research Dental is pleased to announce the Canadian Rockies Dental Conference sponsored by Hands-OnLine LIVE, August 11-13, 2022, hosted at The Rimrock Resort Hotel in Banff, Alberta.  The Canadian Rockies Dental... Clinical Research Dental Hosts the Canadian Rockies Dental Conference in Banff, Alberta London, ON (April 6, 2022) — Clinical Research Dental is pleased to announce the Canadian Rockies Dental Conference sponsored by Hands-OnLine LIVE, August 11-13, 2022, hosted at The Rimrock Resort Hotel in Banff, Alberta.  The Canadian Rockies Dental...

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How to create the ideal Class II Resin restoration with the Bioclear Method.

Few clinicians of my vintage (Class of 1986 UW School of Dentistry) would have ever believed that composite could rival the form, function, and longevity of a cast gold restoration. Today with updated preparations, injection molding of a quality heated bulk composite (Filtek One Bulkfill, 3M), and the new Evolve Bioclear posterior matrix, it is time... Few clinicians of my vintage (Class of 1986 UW School of Dentistry) would have ever believed that composite could rival the form, function, and longevity of a cast gold restoration. Today with updated preparations, injection molding of a quality heated bulk composite (Filtek One Bulkfill, 3M), and the new Evolve Bioclear posterior matrix, it is time...

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Bioceramic Revolution. Part 3. Intracanal Treatment.

Microorganisms and their endotoxins are mainly responsible for the development of pulp and periapical infections. Consequently, one of the primary objectives of root canal therapy is to eliminate these microorganisms as efficiently and completely as possible. Efficient instrumentation, combined with copious irrigation with chemicals such as sodium hypochlorite and EDTA,... Microorganisms and their endotoxins are mainly responsible for the development of pulp and periapical infections. Consequently, one of the primary objectives of root canal therapy is to eliminate these microorganisms as efficiently and completely as possible. Efficient instrumentation, combined with copious irrigation with chemicals such as sodium hypochlorite and EDTA,...

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