Felix Pages, CDT, explains how to provide predictable shades using VITA 3D-Master and Classical shades across many restorative options, including denture teeth, prep shaded
resins, provisional materials, lightcure resin stains, veneering materials and millable ceramics.
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VITA North America is the undisputed leader in improving the well-being of patients through the highest quality and most cost-effective restorative dental...See more solutions that deliver exceptional experiences to our lab and clinical customers…one smile at a time.
Dr. Russell Giordano reviews current block materials for full contour and frameworks and introduces a new double-network hybrid material, Enamic, that...See more features milling times as low as five minutes for a single unit and reduced wear on burs.
Mark Murphy, DDS, prepares you to teach your doctors an Evidence Based Shade Communication protocol to save shade-taking time and reduce remakes.
Creating a cosmetic denture involves individualization of tooth arrangement, occlusal concept, waxing and finishing detail as well as the right selection...See more of denture teeth. Dennis Purinton, CDT, discusses economically priced denture teeth that have a morphological appearance including shade, light reflection/refraction...
Vanik Jinoian, MDT, introduces a new restorative material, VITA Enamic, a double-hybrid ceramic-polymer material that mimics the properties of a natural...See more tooth in both mechanics and esthetics and can be milled in as little as five minutes.
Felix Pages, CDT, explains how to provide predictable shades using VITA 3D-Master and Classical shades across many restorative options, including denture...See more teeth, prep shaded resins, provisional materials, lightcure resin stains, veneering materials and millable ceramics.
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