Nelson Bonet teaches the two-minute zirconia 3-D microbrush staining technique to achieve natural-looking full contour zirconia restorations. He discusses how to achieve best possible results on full contour anterior restorations.
Feb 22-23, 2013 · Chicago, IL
Discover products, techniques and services that can enhance your skills, boost your productivity and create all new opportunities for your business.
This presentation compares the features and benefits of new low-cost milling solutions, including the Digital Dental Lab 4 and 5.
Kim Karpowitz and Scott Atkin, RCDT, RMDT, discuss the future of all-digital dentistry, including intraoral and desktop scanning, model printing, and design...See more and manufacturing of restorations and abutments. They also compare various intraoral and laser scanners.
Nelson Bonet discusses advanced techniques for obtaining natural esthetic results from full contour and layered zirconia. He offers design and milling...See more tips, an overview of various shading, staining, glazing and polishing systems and techniques.
Does your lab have more than one milling machine or multiple sintering ovens? Kim Karpowitz shares high-efficiency production tips, tricks and lessons...See more learned from large labs and outsourcing labs who produce hundreds of CAD/CAM restorations per day.
Nelson Bonet teaches the two-minute zirconia 3-D microbrush staining technique to achieve natural-looking full contour zirconia restorations. He discusses...See more how to achieve best possible results on full contour anterior restorations.
4-axis vs. 5-axis, wet vs. dry milling, open vs. closed, blocks vs. discs, tool changers, European, Asian or American-made? Kim Karpowitz discusses the...See more real differences of all the milling machines on the market and what makes one better than the other.
Jill Haugo shares advanced CAD/CAM design techniques for creating a zirconia or other milled-ceramic restoration, requiring no post-milling adjustments,...See more including a variety of fine tooth characteristics and morphologies.
Kim Karpowitz discuses high-efficiency, high-production CAD/CAM manufacturing processes and explains how to get the most out of your production facilities.
Scott Atkin, RCDT, RMDT, presents advances in low-cost custom zirconia abutments. As the baby boomers age, implant dentistry will be a profitable new growth...See more area for laboratories that develop their expertise and establish market presence early.
According to LMT's 2012 Wage Survey, technicians in the CAD/CAM department are seeing the biggest wage increases. For instance, an all-around CAD/CAM technician with six to 10 years of experience is now earning $19.79 per hour, $3.41 more than in 2010, and a CAD/CAM technician with 11-15 years of experience is now earning $21.06, a $5.07 boost.
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