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The Importance of Radiopacity in Dental Adhesives

Radiolucency under an existing restoration can lead to misdiagnosis. Help cut down on unnecessary restorative rework by choosing a radiopaque…

Take Stock – And Keep Things Simple

Simplifying your workflow means more than perfecting your technique. It also means taking stock – literally. Learn why choosing fewer,…

Full-ceramic Restorations – Why Knowing Your Material Matters

A simplified approach for navigating material selection decisions.

Help Me, Help You: The Pursuit of a Strong Dental Practice/Lab Relationship

The dental material impression is the most powerful communication tool that you have with your dental lab. Is it possible…

What You Need to Know About Dental Adhesives

Adhesives are critical to the long term success of a restoration and making the right choice isn’t always easy. If…

Could Standardization Make You a Happier Dentist?

Running a successful practice can be stressful. Learn why you should do what you love more often – so you…

Exposing 3 Myths About Zirconia

How do myths form? When a subject or topic is understood to a point…but also misunderstood to a point. Keep…

Single vs. Multi-Use Dental Products in a Post-COVID Dental Setting

Should you reprocess and reuse, or pitch after each patient? Learn what to consider when choosing between single or multi-use…

A Tall Order: Navigating Restorative Materials and Dental Cement Selection

As restorative materials continue to evolve, cement selection has become like ordering a cup of coffee – the choices can…

Top Dental Webinars

3M Oral Care is dedicated to providing you the best educational resources and tools to help you develop your dental…

Clinical Case: All-ceramic Crown Replacement

Dual-arch bite impression technique.

To Bond or Not To Bond?

Thinking early about cement use is important because patient-specific factors, choice of restoration material and prep design all affect cement…

Clinical Case: Replacement of a Composite Restoration

Monophase impression using 3M™ Impregum™ Penta™ Super Quick Polyether Impression Material.