Glidewell Laboratories Releases Latest Issue of Dental Implant Magazine Inclusive™

New Issue of Inclusive Magazine, the Multimedia Publication of Glidewell Laboratories Focused on Implant Dentistry, Now Available in Print and Online

Inclusive Magazine

​​​​Glidewell Laboratories, industry-leading provider of dental laboratory products and services, announced today that the latest issue of Inclusive™ magazine, its multimedia publication focused on implant dentistry, is now available in print and across multiple digital platforms. The digital edition of the new issue, Volume 7, Issue 1, as well as past issues of the dental laboratory’s quarterly magazine, can be viewed from all popular desktop, tablet and smartphone platforms by visiting

The new issue includes an assortment of prominent authors, clinical tips and case presentations. The featured Implant Q&A spotlights Dr. Neil Park, a former general dentist who has spent nearly 25 years leading practitioner education programs and bringing key implant innovations to market. Read the article and watch the exclusive video interview as Dr. Park shares his thoughts on a wide range of topics, such as the state of implant training in and outside of dental schools and the growing role of GPs in the surgical aspect of treatment.

The latest issue also features a remarkable article by Dr. Siamak Abai, who presents a case in which four maxillary incisors are initially replaced with BioTemps® prostheses and then definitively restored with Obsidian® Pressed to Metal crowns, showcasing how modern prosthetics can help achieve a final restoration that mirrors the appearance of natural teeth.

Screw-retained all-zirconia appliances have become a top choice among dentists, and an article featuring Dr. Jeffrey Fleigel III demonstrates three patient types that can gain significant benefits from the BruxZir® Full-Arch Implant Prosthesis. In another informative article, Dr. Perry Jones demonstrates a case in which, using the immediate loading technique and a predictable treatment protocol, a dual-arch reconstruction results in outstanding strength, durability, fit and function.

Dr. Jack Hahn provides valuable insights in an article aimed at practitioners desiring to grow their implant caseload, with strategies for identifying, educating and treating current patients. In another article by Dr. Hahn, same-day tooth replacement is achieved using the “emergency” implant protocol to produce favorable results.

Other features identify how practitioners can achieve excellent function and esthetics, with Dr. Paresh Patel’s article describing seven simple steps for placing an implant in the area of an extracted tooth, Dr. Timothy Kosinski’s case presentation demonstrating bone grafting and immediate implant placement in the anterior, and Dr. Ara Nazarian’s article illustrating how an implant overdenture can be an excellent, cost-effective solution for treating fully edentulous patients.

After reading the articles, viewing the case photos and watching the videos, readers have the opportunity to take free interactive continuing education (CE) tests through the Glidewell Education Center. Participants can earn free CE credits through the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD) Program Approval for Continuing Education (PACE) program for each test they complete and pass.

Inclusive magazine is published by Glidewell Laboratories and President/CEO Jim Glidewell, CDT. Each issue of Inclusive seeks to highlight the many aspects of dental implants from clinical and laboratory perspectives. Featuring case studies, clinical techniques, and practice management tools in both article and video format, Inclusive prompts its readers to implement the latest advancements in implantology in order to achieve predictable, profitable, reproducible results.

To view the new Inclusive magazine digital edition from your desktop computer or favorite mobile device and to sign up for a free subscription to the print version, visit For more information about Inclusive magazine, call 800-521-0576 or e-mail

Source: Glidewell Laboratories