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Dr. Wadhwani is pleased to share supplemental material from recent lectures. Please check back for new updates. If you are searching for a specific document that is not listed, please email us at and we will be happy to assist.

A specified technique for controlling cement for an implant crown is described in this publication. 

A device that uses radiograph positioning was developed to fit with commercially availible film holders. Read about how fitting the device can monitor changes in bone architecture. 

This article details a simple device that can be used to locate the abutment screw position of a cement-retained implant restoration. 

This article describes corrosive factors associated with implant failure and seeks to investigate the mechanisms for implant degradation. 

This article investigates different techniques used by dentists when luting an implant-supported crown and to evaluate of cement quantitatively and qualitatively. 

A series of patient scenarios that describes the ability to detect residual excess cement by using dental radiography. 

Because of a lack of consensus on the most appropriate cement to use inr estoration, this article aims at examining one consideration of pathogenic oral bacteria with restorative cements. 

This article compares the efficiency of cotton and polytetrafluoroethylene (TFE) tape when used as spacer materials.

Temperature Modification of a Hot Glue Gun for use with Modeling Plastic Impression Compound 

Read about modifications done to a hot glue gun by Dr. Wadhwani et al with the goal of use on modeling plastic impression compounds. 

This article determined the effect of an insert placed within the screw access channel of an anterior zirconia implant abutment on the amount of cement retained. 

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