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Témoignage de clinicien

Louis Mackenzie, BDS

Birmingham. England
"The revolutionary design of the Garrison TN009 multi-function composite instrument makes it ideal for precise placement and shaping of direct composite restorations. With five non-stick tips it allow fast, efficient, predictable shaping of occlusal anatomy. If you only buy one specialized composite instrument, the TN009 could not be a better investment."
Témoignage de clinicien

Stewart P. Rosenberg, DDS

Laurel, Maryland
"All I can say about the new products is "Incredible"! The new matrix bands are much easier to place and the longer length enables me to use them effectively to restore wide embrasures. The new Composi-Tight Gold retaining rings are far superior to anything I have ever used and, with the increased tension, provide the tightest contacts we have ever gotten on a consistent, predictable basis. I also love the new tip design of the ring placement forceps. It is a vast improvement over any other I have used, making placement a snap. Once again, Garrison Dental has raised the bar to a new level!"
Témoignage de clinicien

Matthew A. Nejad, DDS

Beverly Hills, CA
"We produced the margin elevation band to facilitate the deep margin elevation technique which is becoming increasingly popular with adhesive dentistry. Properly performed, this technique allows for a conservative indirect restoration to be completed without additional invasive treatments. The use of this band and unique matrix shape allows the band to form a tight seal in deeper cervical areas where other bands would usually be unable to reach."
Témoignage de clinicien

Phillip Howard, DDS

Seattle, WA
“I use the eZr system on all zirconia and e.max crowns. This product has been fantastic at polishing zirconia…much better than many other brands!”

IDS

Official website: IDS

Event Date:
3/12/2019 at (All day) to 3/16/2019 at (All day)
Type:
Trade show
Booth:
Hall 10.1 | Stand G068
City:
Cologne
State:
Germany

Indirect Esthetic Dentistry Hands-On Training

Dr. Ross Nash
Event Date:
2/8/2019 at 8:30am EST to 2/9/2019 at 5:00pm EST
CE Hours:
0 hour
Type:
Seminar
Booth:
City:
Huntersville
State:
NC

Mid-Atlantic Dental Meeting

Event Date:
5/5/2017 at (All day) to 5/6/2017 at (All day)
Type:
Trade show
Booth:
906
City:
Washington
State:
DC
Case Studies

Composi-Tight® 3D XR Sectional Matrix System: Strength and Innovation

Clarence Tam, HBSc, DDS

Dentists struggle on a daily basis with Class II restorations, especially on short or malpositioned teeth. There is the struggle of needing a tight gingival seal to minimize overhangs, the need for post-restorative finishing, and the struggle of attaining perfect anatomical contours.  I had the opportunity to work with the Garrison Composi-Tight® 3D XR system over the last few months. Here are my observations.

CE et webinaires

Advanced Sectional Matrix Techniques with Dr. Derek Draft

Garrison Dental Solutions with Dr. Derek Draft

This webinar provided by Garrison Dental Solutions titled, “Advanced Sectional Matrix Techniques with Dr. Derek Draft” is an informal, non-CE, hour long event intended to help clinicians and assistants tackle more challenging cases. A combination of slides and live typodont demonstrations utilizing the ALL NEW Garrison Composi-Tight 3D Fusion Sectional Matrix System will be used. Ample time will be allotted for the attendees to ask questions. 

This event is recommended for clinicians or expanded duty dental assistants who are currently using a sectional matrix system and are ready to restore more challenging cases.

Topics covered include:

• MOD’s
• Wide preps
• Back-to-back restorations
• Multiple restorations

Webinar link: Advanced Sectional Matrix Techniques with Dr. Derek Draft

CE Hours:
0 hour
Recording Available:
Yes
Type:
Webinar
Topic:
AGD 250

Carla Cohn, DMD

Winnipeg, Manitoba
“The Composi-Tight 3D XR matrix from Garrison allows for consistently excellent contacts and contours in both primary and permanent dentition. The matrices, ring and wedge are simple to place, resulting in reliable restorations.”
Case Studies

Restoration of a Class II Lesion - Robert G. Ritter, DMD

Robert G. Ritter, DMD

A 50-year-old patient presented with a Class II lesion on the distal surface of tooth #21. Restoration with Ivoclar Vivadent’s Tetric and Garrison Dental Solutions direct restorative materials was treatment planned.

Trucs et techniques

eZr™ Chairside Technique Guide

A technique guide for eZr™ to use chairside as a reference during the procedure.

Trucs et techniques

3D Rings Technique & Cleaning Instructions

Complete user instructions for Class II restorations utilizing 3D or 3DXR Soft Face™ Rings.

Case Studies

Class II Restoration with Microscopes using 3D XR Ring - John Leitner, DDS

John Leitner, DDS

Dr. Leitner has been a member of the Academy of Microscopic Enhanced Dentistry (AMED) since 2004.  This case presents a Class II restoration using microscopes.

Case Studies

Index Technique using Blue View VariStrip™ - Dr. Riccardo Ammannato, DDS

Dr. Riccardo Ammannato, DDS

Photos of the Index Technique using Blue View VariStrip™.

Case Studies

Class II on Second Bicuspid using Composi-Tight 3DXR - Enrico Cogo, DDS

Enrico Cogo, DDS

3D rings are the real topic of Garrison’s systems. The “v” shape of a ring that fits in the interproximal area allows a good fit between the cavity margins and the matrix in the buccal and palatal walls. This results in easier positioning of the composite masses close to the cavity margins, and final remodeling (usually necessary at the time of removal of the matrix) will be very minimal.

Trucs et techniques

Composi-Tight® Gold Technique

Complete user instructions for Class II restorations utilizing Composi-Tight® Gold.

Trucs et techniques

ReelMatrix™ Flier

Real Easy. Real Tight. Real Fast.  For all posterior restorations.

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