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Solid Monolithic Zirconia Restorations

Description:
Full contour zirconia veneers are described by Pinhas Adar MDT oral Design Atlanta and Dr John Heimke Cleveland, Ohio. Pinhas reviews the material and its uses and fabrication to produce natural looking results. Dr Heimke presents cases that have been designed via DSD, Digital Smile Design. From DSDApp 2D plan, to the DSD Planning Center 3D plan, to Roe Dental Lab, OH for STL printing to Final Zirconia Veneer fabrication by Pinhas Adar. See how Digital Integration and Workflows work in a straight forward manner.

Date Added:
9/12/2018

Author(s):

John Heimke, DMD, MPH, FAGD John Heimke, DMD, MPH, FAGD
John Heimke DMD, MPH, FAGD General Dentistry is an accomplished Cosmetic/Implant Dentist with over 26 years of experience. Dr. Heimke is known for his excepti...
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Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT
Master Ceramist Pinhas Adar studied initially in Tel Aviv, Israel at Ort Yad Shapiro and then completed his internship with Mr. Willi Geller in Zurich...
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Questions & Comments
John Heimke - (9/25/2018 6:35 PM)

Kremena Thank you. The internal surface is treated with a thin layer of glass/ceramic that is etchable and the veneers come prefetched and have frosty surface. Then the veneers are bonded just as you would a feldspathic or Emax type veneer. Just use the product IVOCLEAN after try in 20 secs wash air dry and then silanate, place bond in veneer. hope this helps.

Kremena Ivanova - (9/25/2018 1:21 PM)

Congratulations!Nice results ! But i have some questions;) Do you clean or ech the restoration‘s surface? What kind of bonding agent do you recommend? Glassjonomer,duo cement or preheated composites? Duo cement, glassionomer or preheated composit?

alexander ayzenberg - (9/23/2018 10:44 AM)

Great Aproach

alexander ayzenberg - (9/23/2018 10:44 AM)

Great Aproach

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