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Selection of the right material for the right case; PFM, zirconia-oxide, lithium silicate.
The understanding of porcelains and how effects shape the shade outcome of any restoration.
Use of “transitioning layering” to achieve the appearance of a properly reduced prep for thin and narrow reductions.
Manipulation of layering materials to create tooth-like appearances.
Understanding framework design and support.
Shade matching throughout the layering process using a spectrophotometer.
Evaluate framework appearance; color of material thickness, and translucency.
Instructor: Bill Mrazek, CDT, BS
Time: 8:00am – 5:00pm
Skill Level: All
CE: 8 CE Credit Hours
Method: Lecture & Hands-On