Cosmetic enhancement of a discoloured premolar using the OVC

Cosmetic enhancement of a discoloured premolar using the OVC One Visit Crown Case by Dr Sam Koh, Orions Dental Taylors Lakes In this case by Dr Sam Koh, the patient (a 62yo female) disliked her black tooth from a large old metal amalgam filling. The patient couldn't afford a traditional laboratory crown, however [...]


Treating cracked tooth syndrome on premolars with the One Visit Crown (OVC)

The patient presented with cracked tooth syndrome on a lower premolar. The One Visit Crown (OVC) was chosen based on its competitive price and good aesthetics. This case study depicts a slightly different technique used by Dr Terry Wong, whereby the uncured material on the buccal side is shaped with OptraSculpt Pads (Ivoclar Vivadent) prior [...]


How to Identify Ideal OVC Cases [SLIDE SHARE]

It is highly likely you are presented with many ideal OVC clinical cases each week. Below is a slideshare with 18 clinical case photos to help you identify a perfect OVC case to get started.  […]


How To Master Your First Case – One Visit Crown (OVC)

Congratulations on taking the first step to delighting your patients with an affordable one visit dental crown solution. To get the most out of the One Visit Crown system, it is important you receive clinical training to make sure that you are as comfortable as possible with the procedure. The secret to a successful first [...]


How to do more profitable and rewarding dentistry

In this post we will show you how to do more profitable and rewarding dentistry using the One Visit Crown. It is all too common for patients to reject crowns in favour of unprofitable large composite fillings, or to defer the treatment altogether. Considering crowns are the single most valuable procedure in dentistry, accounting for [...]


How to recover patients who reject crown treatments

In this article we will show you how you can use the patient letter resource to recover patients who had previously deferred crown treatment.   Everyone has an “action priority list” derived from what they see as important. Actions that get to the top of the list get done, while things further down the list have [...]