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When sintering try leaving the sprue and base on and raise the tempture in 5 degrees per minuete but it varies based on furnaces.
The most common cause of that for me would be weak or improperly positioned connectors. The zirconia likes to be uniform and shrink as a whole. Thin areas...
Try to leave a piece of the milling blank attached to the bridge during centering. Some nesting software have runner bars you can add to the bridge for centering.
Cynthia G. · April 6 at 6:44 pm
Just in case you are still researching this topic, I thougt it wouldn't hurt to add input. We do our own in-house milling. It's part of the...
Mathew Ennocenti · March 25 at 9:56 pm
I am a 3 person high esthetic lab in Janesville Wisconsin and I have y own milling center now because i was tired of relying on what zirconia milling centers...
I have one in my lab as we speak! I just waxed up the crown full contour around the diamond and pressed it to the diamond. I did tell the Dr. before fabricating that it would not warrented!
While fees remain flat in most specialties, LMT's 2012 Fee Survey shows implant-related restoration prices are up 5% in the last two years.
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