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Ultimate Solution for Minimally Invasive Feldspathic Veneers

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Full monolithic zirconia with external stain technique is one of the popular preference techniques used today. There are many selections of multi-layered zirconia disks and blocks available in the market, which enable dental technicians to produce faster and more esthetic results. When it comes to anterior fabrication, however, full monolithic is not always the best option to process the case. There are many varieties; unique translucencies and characterization that can be seen naturally, making it nearly impossible to achieve with just an external stain technique. That is to say, in order to achieve a natural and lifelike fabrication, a layering technique must be done. This lecture will speak about all ceramic layering technique with current technology of digital tools and how these technologies may be able to assist us.

Date Added:
10/10/2019

Author(s):

Sean Park, MDC, DTG Sean Park, MDC, DTG
Sean Park MDC, DTG is a master dental ceramist. He studied and graduated UCLA Center for Esthetic (Director Dr. Edward McLaren). After he graduated, he worked...
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Liwaa Torbey - (10/12/2019 1:28 AM)

beautiful case!

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (9/29/2019 4:30 AM)

great teaching

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