8 KEYS TO BEAUTIFUL ALGINATE IMPRESSIONS

DR. JIMMY CASSIDY GIVING HIS 8 KEYS TO CREATING BEAUTIFUL ALGINATE IMPRESSIONS.
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25 Responses to “8 KEYS TO BEAUTIFUL ALGINATE IMPRESSIONS”

  1. I like how he sees the whole process through the patient’s point of view and the patient’s visit to the dental clinic. everything is geared towards the patient, from the type of tray, the position he stands at, the type of alginate he uses, the timer, etc.
    It’s more convenient for the patient, which as well makes it convenient for the dentist/assistant.

  2. Excelente video!! Gracias por compartirlo….

  3. The woman in the cair is so beautifull…. i love this video

  4. ElDiabloAparece on January 9th, 2013 at 2:34 pm

    Is this guy twin brother to Robin Williams?

  5. Did the top comment miss the point of the technique the dentist used? Anyway, this was a good video, and I never thought about using a mirror. Tomorrow I will practice, unfortunately, we only have fast set in class.

  6. somayahassan59 on January 9th, 2013 at 3:44 pm

    i have an exam tom, where i should make a primary impression, they give us 10 min to pick the tray size we’re going to use and then we have two tries to make the perfect impression, hope this vid helps me tom

  7. I am a recently graduated Dental Assistant. I want to say thank you very much for sharing with us your 8 techniques to a beautiful alginate impressions video. I was always nervous about taking impressions in college. With this video I feel very confident and sure that I will start taking the best alginate impressions once I begin to work in a Dental office. Thank you Dr Cassidy.

  8. Beast In Da Dentistry Game!

  9. terryliciareed on January 9th, 2013 at 5:08 pm

    As a patient who has endured the shoddiest dental care in my entire life in the last three years, I find it wonderful to watch videos like this and know that there still are good, safe dentists out there. You just will not find many on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska! Ifonly I’d been back home down south …. my facial features are no longer the same now and there is NOTHING I can do about it! Just look 15 yrs older, and keep eating baby food forever.

  10. that’s right you’re supposed to use perforated stainless steel trays for alginate 

  11. Great video Dr. Cassidy! I hope you can post many more videos. As a dental student I really appreciate the way you explain and show it to us.

  12. Hi everyone! Check out our impression demonstration, too!

  13. MORE VIDEOS PLS :D
    U AMAZING

  14. Please make more videos. I would like to see you do more advanced impressions- like for crown and bridge Final impressions…
    thank you!

  15. But Shouldn’t we use a perforated stainless steel impression tray for alginate impression materials.

  16. More videos

  17. Thank youuuuu . You are awosome

  18. This was a great tutorial but for those of us assistant who work by ourselves 3 minutes is not a long time.

  19. You’re an idiot!

  20. Sticky wax on the back of the tray prevents that.

  21. keep dreaming !

  22. Great observation, but he mentions that he is not using a perforated tray, in that case you do not have to lean the patients head forward! :D

  23. Thanks Dr. Cassidy! Very good video! I learned some new techniques that will help me improve my impressions.

  24. Thanks Dr. Cassidy.. the video is of great help.

  25. EL RETIRO DE LA CUBETA RIMLOCK NO ES AXIAL Y EN UN TIEMPO TAMPOCO RAPIDA SUPUESTAMENTE AUMENTARÍA LA DEFORMACIÓN PERMANENTE DE LA IMPRESION EL LLENADO DE LA IMPRESIÓN EN UNAS HORAS? Y LA IMBIBICION O SINERESIS QUE ONDA? POR MAS QUE LO HAYA METIDO EN LA BOLSA