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January 20, 2014
Patrick Coon, CDT/TE · Technical Consultant at Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc.
Because I can fit 4-5 inlays into one pressing with a small ingot, then my ingot price is down to...See more $4 or $5 per unit. Not rocket science, but because they have so much volume coming in it is much easier to maximize their ingot usage, along with all the other material costs associated with it.
Martin Martinez, CDT · Ceramist at Beverly Hills Dental Studio
The only way I know to accurately finish an emax inlay is to:
1) Wax up inlay over a lubricated...See more die with die spacer, make a sharpened sprue connected to the inside of your wax up
2) Invest with a ratio allowing for a slightly looser fit than your crowns
3) Carefully devest and fit using a fit marker
4) Adjust margins with a silicone, fit, adjust contacts, smoothen with silicone
5) Glaze and stain