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[Music].hi everybody i'm dr. richard stephenson.i'm the director of Stevenson dental.solutions in San Dimas California and.today I'm going to show you a brief.excerpt from one of our sessions on.economics hope you enjoy this session.okay so we're gonna talk about the.ergonomics on the bench with this is our.version of a simulation system this is.the Kilgore poll and you loosen the poll.by just going one direction and there.you notice it has a flat end on it and.the flat end is meant to be the place.where the screw on the type not goes and.that keeps it from rotating right now.you can move it up this way you can turn.it you can rotate it you can basically.get any position you like it's actually.really very versatile okay I'm in to.utilize an academic type it off this is.a modular pro one it's a great system I.think it's probably the the type a dog.that a lot of schools are going with now.because of its versatility these are.called carrier trays they're magnetized.and these little replacement arches can.be purchased for them and they click.into place they're used by the rebbe.exam they're used by many dental schools.a lot of dental schools are switching.over to this system because of its.versatility to be able to you be used in.pross endo and in operative dentistry.restorative dentistry so it's very.versatile system so you notice here I.have this little lock ring and this is.on all your type add-ons what you're.gonna do is you're gonna put this little.lock ring inside the hole and then you.can back here find the flat spot okay so.you see there's that flat part right.there and just go ahead and move it down.about two inches from the top and then.tighten it like that okay what position.is this what a patient's like this.supine exactly and what position is this.called.reclined right we're gonna go ahead and.like I said just that's the movement you.need loosen and tighten and keep an eye.on where that little notch is all right.so now we've assembled that the thematic.and type it on but now we need to put a.head on this this particular head has.jaws on it it's a very restrictive type.of system to work in it was originally.intended to just be used like this or to.be used with a more of a soft skin I'm.going to show you the Fletcher mask.which is a very hard skin but this this.is a decent system there's also some.that come with very small extensions.like these sold mail are processes this.is an entire mandible and then of course.the head there underneath here is a is a.screw this is cast aluminum so we're.gonna go ahead and insert that the same.way instead of sliding all the way down.on top there and now we've got a pretty.decent mannequin assembly it's pretty.well retracted so if I want to work on.the side of teeth I've got pretty good.access you can see here I can get access.to that first molar really easily maybe.even the second molar okay so this is.this is kind of a artificial sort of.situation and I think it would be good.for you to see the worst possible case.scenario and that is this this this is.Fletcher this is good old Fletcher and.Fletcher is going to be placed on top of.the mannequin head assembly and by now.the whole system is really heavy okay so.you've got to clamp the heck out of it.to make it really stable okay so we kind.of orient the the skin over the over the.head and then we're gonna zip his head.on his skin onto his head okay zip that.on there all the way down so this is as.tough as it gets guys the hardest.mannequin in the whole country is right.here.he's got the skin on all the way and he.got the jaws so this puppy is really.restrictive okay so we can navigate this.you can navigate any that time there.okay.so I'm sitting right now what at what.o'clock I'm now sitting at what what.o'clock one o'clock I'm right hand an.operator am I allowed to sit at one.o'clock true can you work but the.problem with seven o'clock you're seeing.it here what's happening I'm hitting.something I'm hitting the table and even.in a in a system that has a very.expensive a deck or neben system you.won't be able to back up okay the only.thing you could do to simulate 7:00.o'clock is to loosen the rod and move.the head over like this okay so now I'm.at 7 o'clock at 7 o'clock is actually a.pretty good way to work on mandibular.molars mandibular incisors from 7.o'clock with a patient reclined ok so.generally speaking you can do everything.in the mouth from the 11 or 12 o'clock.position with the patient fully reclined.ok in other words in their supine.position here and when we use the mouth.mirror and we use the handpiece we have.two different items one hand and the.other hand we want to have the tooth the.mirror and the handpiece in the same.line we don't want to have the mirror.off to the side while we're operating.because the problem with that is that.left doesn't necessarily mean left in.the mirror in other words distal doesn't.mean distal and mesial doesn't mean.mesial when you line up the bur when you.move to the left or move to the distal.in this case that means distal in the.mirror so what you see is what you get.you don't get something where while.you're moving distally you're moving.away from the mirror while you're moving.towards the mirror but kind of at an.angle you can get a lot of distorted.information.so if you want to simplify your life you.want to just have your ham piece and.your mirror and the tooth all in the.same plane so I'm looking into the.mirror okay if I'm gonna approach the.maxillary teeth for interior crowns or.interior fillings I'm always gonna be.sitting at 11 or 12 it's just a.beautiful position to sit at I can use.my mirror to shine light on the case I.can use the mirror to provide me with.maybe a little bit of information about.how I'm holding my finger rest or how.I'm positioning my mic my ham peas along.the long axis of the tooth I can turn.the ham piece and the bird to the inside.looking in the mirror directly I can.perform a class 3 preparation very.simply like this okay so am I'm lining.everything up so it's actually quite.easy.while I'm prepping the lingual of a pfm.I may get a little closer.I'm gonna keep my elbows in pretty tight.I don't maybe ear me you can show that.closer deep are firmly on the deck my.thighs are parallel to the floor and now.I can move the handpiece distally measly.in the mirror and I can see exactly.what's happening now the mirror is being.kind of clogged up by information in.front of the mirror so if you were to.take a shot error me from everything's.happening don't get distracted by this.all of this is noise right here.everything you see right now is noise.the only thing that matters is what's in.the mirror okay and that's the hard part.it's a matter of knowing where to look.and knowing what to focus on and let.your mind block everything out okay so.it takes some time to get used to this.but it's very comfortable even though.there's a lot of information in the view.right there my hands there's a patient.there's the the teeth the handpiece that.everything's going on but all I'm.interested in is.the little view that you can see right.there in fact I'm not even gonna see the.whole mirror view why because it's being.blocked by the handpiece partially so I.don't even get that view I get this view.you see what I mean that's the view I.get that's not very much is it the.handpiece is in the way and yet you know.what that's all you need and sometimes.it's a matter of just getting used to.that and being okay with that is it.possible for me to work on premolar.teeth at the 12 o'clock position we've.talked about anterior teeth on the.maxilla absolutely premolar tooth we can.position our finger rest on the buccal.of maybe the second premolar and we can.go ahead and prep the first premolar we.can fit our finger inside and retract.the cheek a little bit we can get access.to the second premolar first premolar.the canine all of that can be done here.by putting finger rests on the patient's.teeth and not face I don't need to put.them on the face although it's common to.see people like this you know whatever.it takes because you're working on a.test situation it's a little intense.it's actually harder to work on.mannequin than just to work on patient.it really is okay so can I work on the.lingual with this particular technique.see me retract the cheek here place my.finger on the buccal as a finger rest.and then utilize a modified pen grasp.and then go ahead and use the mirror.like this okay you can see that I can.prep just fine everything's lined up.left is left right is right I can use it.on the distal tooth I can use it on the.second molar now watch what happens on.the second molar your finger rest is.going to be anterior to where you're.working.not posterior to where you're working in.the anterior your finger rests will be.posterior to where you're working so.generally I'll put my finger rest.probably about the first molar if I am.working on the first molar itself then.I'll put my finger rest behind it or if.I can't get any finger rest this way I.could also use finger rests on the.opposite side of the arch by stabilizing.the handpiece.thusly I want you to see this so I'm.retracting the cheek with a mirror or.with the finger I'm getting the the.mirror in there if I really need it but.in this case I'm going to work on the.buccal you notice I can use the by.finger on this side over here it's not.interesting you ever thought of doing.that see I'm pivoting off my finger here.and I'm using the finger of the opposite.hand to stabilize the handpiece yeah.okay so pretty much everything on it on.the maxilla is pretty easy from this.position with the exception of buckles.so if you have a class 5 on a premolar.or molar that's when you have to make a.modification so what I'm going to do is.I'm going to turn the patient to left.maybe 30 degrees 2530 degrees it's very.comfortable by the way patients like.moving they're like you can move over.here they're like oh great because.they've been frozen in one position and.now what I can do is I can take the.tissue and I can retract the tissue use.a finger rest on this sit on the.retracting hand get the ham piece in.position and then put my finger that's.retracting on the ham piece head and I.can work with no finger rest on this arm.at all all my finger rest is getting to.me through the index finger on this hand.retracting and then on to the hand this.way and you can make very fine motor.movements this way it's very interesting.okay so I'm working on 11 o'clock and.yet I'm I'm retracting and I can work on.the second molar I can work on the third.molar okay in this particular case I'm.going to go ahead and put a little.finger rest on my molar so I'm buying.the finger rest from the other hand.borrowing it if you will okay when I.would use the mannequin at 7 o'clock.yeah when do we want to be 7 well we.want to be 7 and we can kind of turn.mannequin this way right to see what's.happening I'm putting the the rod into.the slot and the rods in the slot and I.can tighten it now and now what I can do.is.no direct vision from seven o'clock and.this is an amazing view I can retract in.fact this is one of the easiest views.there is keep your elbows down and now.do you see how I'm working right here on.the first molar so you can see right.here that I can line up the bird with a.long axis of the tooth so the curve of.Wilson is turning this way right the.curve of Wilson is leaning the teeth.towards towards the lingual correct.towards the midline I should say and.then we can then take we can do our.reduction planes here these would be our.sea planes we can do our a plane we can.turn the handpiece over the other way.and finger rests on the into your teeth.and we can do our D planes easy we can.also do our line of draw we can.establish our buccal reduction we can.then establish our lingual reduction.sometimes to do the lingual reduction.you need to get the mirror in there so I.like to put the mirror over across the.back of the teeth like this get the.mirror in there to retract the tissue.and then I can use the mute the.handpiece this way by looking in the.mirror you see that that's it so I can.do a lot from this lingual view once I.have the lingual of view as much as I.can and and I'm going to go ahead I can.move to 9 o'clock position have the.patient move away even a little bit.further over they're still not tipped.over 45 degrees they just tipped over.maybe 30 it's not very much but by just.having them tip a little bit away from.you you have a significant advantage so.now what I can do is I can retract with.the mirror okay take some it takes some.effort or tracks with a mirror and then.I can use the handpiece here with a.finger rest and I can do the buckle and.the interproximal I'm using direct.vision it's amazing it's easy I'm using.direct vision I can use second molar I.can even do third molar ok we can then.put the mirror.have the patient turn towards us I'm at.nine o'clock now have the patient drew.towards me.lean back the chair turn a little bit.towards me I'm now back at eleven.o'clock I can do direct vision using the.mirror just to reflect the light onto.the handpiece and now I can perform.dentistry here at this particular.position you see where the finger rest.is at all times the finger rest has to.be somewhere it might be on the opposite.hand with stabilization of the handpiece.or it might be on the same hand that.you're working on what's the most.difficult part of the whole thing the.distal lingual see that right there I'm.looking direct vision and occasionally.I'm actually looking in the mirror.itself.I'm not lining up the mirror in the in.the three way and I'm not sliding down.the barrel like I was talking about.earlier but I'm out I'm using mostly.direct vision that I'm just verifying.with the indirect vision so I'm checking.my my motion and then verifying in the.mirror okay we can do all kinds of.things this way how about an mo amalgam.finger rest upper jaw now you could do.finger rests on the lower jaw finger.rest on the upper jaw okay you could.have your hand stabilizing on the other.side and have your fingers helping to.stabilize your handpiece like this let's.take the mirror out and have your.fingers stabilizing this way if you're.doing really fine motor work so both.hands can be brought into the mix the.grab you want is this this is called a.modified pen grasp and you can move your.hand piece out and in okay you never.want to grab the handpiece like this.like a regular pen grasp you want to.have a modified pen grasp which requires.two fingers on top with the thumb.opposing the two fingers it works.fantastic for this kind of stuff if.you're working it with a.opposite side take advantage of direct.vision as much as possible so now I can.retract the tongue and I can work on the.opposite side here on the lingual very.easily I could have the patient turn.towards me and I can work on the facial.side of this tooth once again with the.finger rest there's not a tooth in the.mouth a surface in the mouth a.preparation in the mouth that cannot be.done with appropriate organ onyx ok some.are harder than others.and some parts of each tooth are harder.than others I would tell you that.performing a do on tooth number 31 for.me is probably one of the most difficult.preps there is a do on 31 I don't mind.doing the deal in 18 is cross arch I can.do a lot of direct vision for me it's a.lot easier than the near vision where.I'm kind of bunched up I don't have as.much room to to visualize use my.instruments I'm more all collapsed over.on the same side for me that's really.hard but anything on the maxilla is so.simple 3/4 crown mo do a 7/8 crown mo do.buccal lingual I don't care what it is.if it's on the maxilla I own it ok on.the lower it's all a little bit tougher.but generally speaking I would recommend.whatever you're working on mandibular.teeth you consider the forgotten.7 o'clock position amazingly effective.reclined 7 o'clock turning away and.turning towards you ok so even though we.have a highly restricted very difficult.challenging cheek system here you can.attack any two-thirds any questions.left-handed is exactly the same you just.have to change the numbers okay so it's.set of seven you're here at five instead.of nine you're at three is that 11 euro.at one okay.neither left-handed or right-handed gets.to work at six o'clock okay six o'clock.is for a home use only.yeah I divide and conquer right so we're.gonna do a lot of lingual work from 12.o'clock because we can see a lot we're.gonna come in here as far as we can as.close as we can to the interproximal as.close as we can to the interproximal.we're gonna do as much as we can do here.I'm gonna probably have to stabilize by.using a finger rest like this if I need.to okay I may have to then come over.here to a 7 or 9 o'clock position 9.o'clock is a good position to it's.oftentimes not used but 9 o'clock with a.little bit of the patient up will.provide you with amazing direct vision.on your mandibular for a smaller amazing.you could really get in here quite quite.well this guy's cheeks are so tight it's.as tight as it gets it's much more.difficult than patience I mean I'm.really having to yank and rubberdam when.you place rubberdam on a patient it'll.pull it back like this okay so I love.rubberdam from a standpoint of.retraction it works really great for.that kind of stuff.there's no there's no tooth up here on.the maxilla that you should be.considering difficult they're all very.straightforward the problem is you do.them in a mirror okay.do them in the mirror that's the hard.part okay.that's art when you're trying to.troubleshoot a problem I want you to.think about a few things I want you to.think about do you want the patient's.sitting up a little bit.or laying back so if you're having.trouble with it up try back I want you.think about chair positions 7 9 11 and.12 if it's not working at 7 move to 9.not working and I moved to Des Levin or.12 I want you think about tipping the.patient tipping them to the right.tipping them to the left that can help.you as well those are also variables to.consider so reclined supine 7 9 11 and.12 to the left to the right before you.say I can't do it do all of those and.then mirror versus direct mirror versus.direct don't give up so if you take a.look at the I can do recline 11 o'clock.direct vision patients sitting there I.can do reclined 11 o'clock direct vision.away towards mirror towards mirror away.all from this 11 o'clock position I can.recline them and do the exact same.things you get what I'm saying so if you.think about all those possibilities you.end up with about 28 to 30 different.possible ways to approach things so.don't give up just keep trying find the.one that works best for you.everyone's a little bit different and.one more thing on every prep you ever.encounter there's one part that's hard.and there's one part that's easy and.when you get to the hard part you'll say.this is hard let me go ask for help and.what does the help tell you you're doing.great just keep doing it you go but it's.hard.yeah it's hard you're like oh it's.supposed to be hard yep.it's hard and that's the way it is guys.gosh I could do this part of the prep so.fast and easy but I'm gonna get to the.distal lingual I'm having such a hard.time I'm like yeah me too.but dr. Stevenson you've been doing for.33 years I go still hard cuz I go Wow.and that's just the way it is so you get.90% of the prep done too quickly and.that last little 10% takes you almost as.much time as the other 90% because it's.a very difficult area just relax and.understand that's the part that's hard.[Music].

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