Perfect adjacent contacts
Grinding on the contacts of your restoration is frustrating to say the least.
There are a truck load of bad problems that comes with it. Naming a few of the first ones that come to mind;
- Wasted time! Time is money.
- Compromising the strength and finish of the restoration.
- Having to polish it to a dull shine or…
- Sending it back to the laboratory for a quick glaze.
- Having to do the final finish work on something that you pay good money for.
- Missing the opportunity to impress your patient.
- Loosing your patient’s confidence.
Possibly loosing any future referrals from that patient really hits home. Why do I keep using that lab that keeps making my life harder? How hard is it to give me perfect adjacent contacts? Ok, they don’t even need to be perfect