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Glass ceramics are some of the most in-demand materials in the marketplace due to their natural restorative properties. IPS e.max® CAD by Straumann and IPS Empress® by Straumann are an excellent...
Nelson Rego, CDT, discusses multi-disciplinary cases, from no-prep to complex full mouth restorative cases, using combinations of Empress Esthetic and e.max. Learn the new exciting application of e.max...
Scott Atkin, RCDT, RMDT, compares the new nano-composite materials expected to come to market this year, including 3M Ultimate, VITA Enamic and a variety of lithium silicate offerings. Topics include material...
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Ivoclar Vivadent announces it will conduct an online broadcast addressing the future of CAD/CAM in the dental laboratory on October 22, 2013, at 11 a.m. EST/8 a.m. PST. Interested laboratory professionals...
Featuring nine real-world patients, Ivoclar Vivadentâs new website tells dental consumers how IPS e.max can give them the smile theyâve always wanted.
The market is asking for change. Dentists and technicians are looking for technologies and services that save them time or make their businesses more profitable
A 28-year-old female patient with large diastemas on her anterior maxillary teeth disliked her overall tooth display and âgummyâ smile.
DENTAL TEAM: Janet Jones, CDT, Technical Consultant, Ivoclar Vivadent and Jenny Sy-Munoz, DDS, MSD, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY RESTORATIVE PROBLEM: A 36-year-old patient presented with a request...
More than 300 industry personnel came together for Ivoclar Vivadent's Leading the Future event on Friday night in Chicago. Held at the Fairmont Chicago Millennium Park Hotel, the evening showcased the...
Unhappy with the staining and uneven bite of teeth #5-#13, the patient wanted brighter teeth and cosmetic restorations that would improve his smile and overall look.
Close-up facial view of the final restorations.
According to LMT's 2012 Wage Survey, earnings are down overall from 2010; for instance, regardless of experience level, Stain and Glaze Ceramists are earning 9% less and Buildup Ceramists are making 8% less.
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