I would say broaden your horizon. Emax offers so many ingot types that its too hard to say in general. But I can say that HT ingots are good for posterior...See more stain technique, but if the wax up is too thick, it will be too gray. You can also use Value ingots in these situations. LT ingots are good for copings,...
My workhorse ingot is the LT with a little more now going to the value shades (V1, V2, V3). The issue with the HTs is that they were developed to...See more be an inlay, onlay and veneer material. Because of this, they do great with thin resorations (<1mm). As the HTs get thicker (especialy...
1) Network with dental schools and offer yourself as a resource. 2) Hold an open house and introduce your staff, show your work processes and offer demonstrations. 3) Stay abreast—via public record—of dentists who have recently earned their licenses. Send them a congratulatory letter with an invitation to the lab.
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