At NDX, we are constantly searching for ways to help you get your restorations just right for your patients. See below for helpful hints on restoring the perfect case.
Step-by-step instructions for taking a vertical dimension bite registration.
The virtual patient with nSequence® Immediate Loading of Full Arches Guided Prosthetics.
Author: Howard E Strassler, DMD
Chairside Preparation Guide for IPS e.max®.
Measures your general level of sleepiness using the ESS.
Read "Splitting the Headache" By Jim Boyd, DDS
Effect of a nociceptive trigeminal inhibitory splint on electromyographic activity in jaw closing muscles during sleep
Pilot study to assess the efficacy of combining valproic acid with a clenching reduction dental splint (NTI) as prophylactic treatment for primary headache disorders
Adverse events related to the NTI splint: report
from the headache hope study
Read how NDX’s proprietary NTI migraine therapy device can help minimize headaches.
Barry Glassman and Don Malizia look at the evidence for using NTI-tss
splints in reducing trigeminal signalling for pain relief
In Vivo Analysis of Wear in Ceramic Crowns
and Their Enamel Antagonists
Frequently Asked questions about the TAP
Instructions for performing a transfer impression procedure (closed tray)
Stage I Indexing: Blue Mousse Technique
Instructions for Seating Implant Components
Procedure for performing a pick-up impression (open tray)
Fixed Restoration Guide for BruxZir, PFZ, e.max, Full-Cast, PFM, Captek and Veneers
Frequently Used Restorative ADA Codes
Indications, contraindications, what to send and overview of our Bite Guards.
Indications, contraindications, what to send and overview of our Snoring and Sleep Apnea Appliances.
Tips for maximizing your patients’ comfort with their new dentures.
An overview of our Removable partials, with indications and contraindications.
Simple, easy steps to getting the most accurate shade for your restoration.
A guide to repairing bridges and avoiding the cost of remaking them.
Identifying the most common problems associated with fixed impressions.
Step by step instructions from Dr. Allen Weiner.