Dawson TV | Dental Continuing Education Courses

By: Dawson Dental Ctr  09-12-2011

with John Cranham, DDS

An important aspect of occlusal analysis is clean models. This video outlines the proper areas to focus on when making models for a variety of treatments. As Dr. Dawson has repeatedly stated, “the earlier a mistake is made, the further your treatment will be off at the end.” By taking time upfront to insure proper impressions, you will alleviate costly mistakes down the line.

Runtime: 15 minutes

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