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on good communication and technical skill on both the dentists and the technical laboratory’s part.

and each detail. Conclusion to Part 1 We have given you an overview of the technical aspects of telescopic prostheses or double crowns and their almost universal applicability. The basic priciples of how they work and the importance of achieving the right level of friction are described. Success is dependent

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Copies upper jaw polishes for modelling the outer crowns

In the next article of “Part 2 of precision dental prosthetics with highly engineered connections” we will illustrate the clinical side to the telescopes or double crowns, i.e. the planning and preparation required. DT

Single Telescope with retention, showing primary and secondary telescope

References

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NEw Ems swiss iNstrumENts surgErY – saviNg tissuE with NEw iNNovatioNs iN implaNt dENtistrY The inventor of the Original Piezon Method has won another battle against the destruction of tissue when dental implants are performed. The m a g ic word is dual cooling – instrument cooling from the inside and outside together with simultaneous debris evacuation and efficient surgical preparations in the maxilla.

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cooliNg hEals A unique spiral design and internal irrigation prevent the instrument’s temperature from rising during the surgical procedure. These features combine effectively to promote excellent regeneration of the bone tissue.

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About the author

EMS Swiss Instruments Surgery MB4, MB5 and MB6 are diamondcoated cylindr ica l instr uments for secondary surgical preparation (MB4, MB5) and final osteotomy (MB6). A spiral design combined with innovative dual cooling makes these instruments unique in implant dentistry.

coNtrol savEs Effective instrument control fosters atraumatic implant preparation and minimizes any potential damage to the bone tissue.

(membranes, nerves, blood vessels, etc.). An optimum view of the operative site and minimal bleeding thanks to cavitation (hemostatic effect!) further enhance efficacy.

prEcisioN rEassurEs Selective cutting represents virtually no risk of damage to soft tissue

The new EMS Swiss Instruments Surgery stand for unequaled Swiss precision and innovation for the

benefit of dental practitioners and patients alike – the very philosophy embraced by EMS.

For more information > www.ems-swissquality.com

Ulrich Heker is the owner-manager of Ulrich Heker Dental Laboratory founded in 1996 with the strap line TEETH ‘R’ US. As a qualified master craftsman (German Master Dental Technician) since 1991, he has over 26 years’ experience both at the bench and in running a successful business. Ulrich lives in Mülheim on the river Ruhr and is an accomplished ‘westernstyle’ rider in his spare time. Ulrich is fluent in English and can easily be contacted at: http://www.germansmile.info, or you can email Ulrich@ Teethrus.de Verena Tunn- Salihoglu,was born close to Stuttgart, Germany. During her training at the Albert-LudwigsUniversity in Freiburg, Germany, she developed a keen interest in prosthodontics,, especially in partial dentures and telescopes. Now her main interest is the integration of holistic dentistry on a high precision dental quality level. Verena is fluent in English and can easily be contacted at: oldmachardental@ gmx.com

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Dental Tribune No Clasps Part 2  

Part Two of a row of articles.

Dental Tribune No Clasps Part 2  

Part Two of a row of articles.

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