Over the past several years there has been a decline in using a full size articulator for manufacturing dental prostheses. One negative effect is an increase of both the patient and doctor’s time at the time of delivery. Many times this leads to having the prostheses being returned to the lab for a remake. Another effect is the overall perception that the patient has on the quality of the work of the whole dental team.
During this 1-hour webinar we will discuss:
Jim is a retired Air Force Senior Master Sergeant serving more than 22 years of active duty. He is a Certified Dental Technician (C.D.T.) with his certification being in Crown and Bridge. During his service in the laboratory industry, Jim has used many of the most popular articulator instrumentation currently on the market. His articulator experience includes using various Hanau, Denar and Whip Mix just to name a few.
Recognized for his dedication and experience in the laboratory field, Jim was selected to serve as an Examiner for the National Board for Certification for the Certified Dental Technician (CDT) program. He is currently a member of the Advisory Committee for the Bluegrass Community & Technical College Dental Technology program.