How long do you normally schedule for a e4d crown start to finish, From the time the patient is seated until they are walking out the door?

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    Mike Kelliher
    Mike Kelliher
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    Right now I schedule for 2:10, keep working it down and actually probably time to readjust because generally I’m done between 1:45 to 2:00. Really at this point the main variable is how long it takes me to prep, just depends on what’s going on, some teeth are quick,,others are loaded with caries and take longer.

    Bottom line, take how long you need, you’ll of course get quicker with time, but don’t sweat it.

    And of course Nevo will give us all a speed boost!!

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    Yacman
    Yacman
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    An hour and a half…if stain and glazed…add 20 minutes…so like Michael above..depends upon “surprises”…but my assistant is very quick to shift gears and all is ready before I even realize it…(laser out, carbonized, post set up kit…)

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