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When Sealants Fail

Description:
Sealants have been a great benefit for patients over many years. However what happens when the time is up? This short video will discuss this plus show treatment for longevity.

Date Added:
6/26/2012

Author(s):

Ronald Goldstein, DDS Ronald Goldstein, DDS
Dr. Ronald Goldstein is currently Clinical Professor of Oral Rehabilitation at Georgia Regents University College of Dental Medicine in Augusta, Georgia, Adjunct Clinic...
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Questions & Comments
Ronald Goldstein - (9/9/2015 1:18 PM)

Nasri, I am using AccuFilm II (Black and Red) by Parkell. I use the black in all excursions and and then the red ...so if I am checking centric with an acquired position and then CO I can make exact determination with the red...since the black may overextend the area...especially in centric contacts. If it is a small restoration I will just use the red. I hope this clears it up for you.

Nasri Shwehdy - (9/9/2015 6:47 AM)

Thanks for the presentation Doctor! I would like to ask You about the articulator paper. I notice that some ask the patients to bite on it only, and some other to bite on it and then in CO, they must move the Mandible a bit! So, I would like to have your opinion about it? thanks a lot in advance, and sorry for a question which is not related to the presentation. Greeting from Germany.

Ronald Goldstein - (5/16/2014 8:51 PM)

I just had another molar sealant fail after 6 years and it looked perfect until I used the Intraoral camera in high magnification which showed a tiny leak...when I went in with air abrasion it opened up to a very large cavity NOT seen on the xray so please use the intraoral camera under high magnification on these old sealants.

Ronald Goldstein - (7/17/2012 4:58 PM)

I forgot to mention that Richard Simonsen has a very good editorial one sealants in his magazine, Esthetic Dentistry, published by Quintessence. The two of us lectured together in Madrid over 15 years ago when I advocated doing what this video shows....and since Dr. Simonsen was and is the authority on sealants it is now so fitting that he is emphasizing not sealing over possible caries.

Ronald Goldstein - (7/17/2012 4:46 PM)

Rob,

I spoke to the people at DentalXP and they are supposed to be working it out for you. Please let me know if you still have a problem.

Ron

Rob Burwell - (7/17/2012 11:11 AM)

I am a member of Seattle Study Club. Why can't I view premium videos? r

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