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
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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.
Jill Haugo shares tips and tricks using 3Shape software to create natural-looking restorations with complex tooth anatomy and physical characteristics.
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.
Scott Atkin, RCDT, RMDT, discusses new fast-radiant and microwave sintering technologies and how they can double production capacity and increase turnaround...See more times by one full day. The presentation includes university research on the effects of fast sintering on zirconia materials.
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.
Ten years ago, metal-based units made up 83% of laboratory casework. Since then, metal-free restorations have grown in popularity and—for the first time in 2015—metal-free units eclipsed metal-based workloads, 60% vs. 40%, respectively.
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