STATE AFFILIATE OF THE AMERICAN DENTAL ASSISTANTS ASSOCIATION
As your present President, I can truly say it was a real pleasure to have known this lovely lady. As April is quickly approaching as well as our state meeting, I hope you will give our Harriet a thought of thanks.
OREGON DENTAL ASSISTANTS ASSOCIATION
Always review your schedule for the morning and the afternoon. Anticipate for your future patients and be ready as best as you can. This will help you be organized and ready for the day.
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When cementing either a temporary or permanent crown:
After placing the crown on the tooth, have a wet cotton swab ready to go round the tooth, in order to remove excess cement. After the cement has set for several minutes, take a second wet cotton swab around the margins. Then use an explorer around the margins to remove any remaining cement. Carefully use double knotted floss to go through the contacts to make sure there is no excess cement between the teeth. Make sure you check carefully into the gingival areas.
By Bonnie Marshall, CDA, EFDA, EFODA, MADAA, BS
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