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Luke Kahng, CDT, demonstrates how he uses the new GC Initial LiSi Press Ceramic Ingot for a color-critical case.
- December 2015
Luke Kahng, CDT, explains his technique for matching a custom shade for a female patient in her mid-30s who needed a new crown for tooth #8 and was specifically concerned with the esthetics and color of her smile.
- August 2014
In order to provide patients with a good color match for their restorations, I’ve found I need to do more than work with traditional shade tabs and photos. Here is my step-by-step technique for a 60-year-old patient who needed endodontic treatment and crowns on #9 and #10.
- February 2014
Two years ago, it wasn’t like Luke Kahng was running out of space, or that his laboratory—LSK121 Oral Prosthetics—was particularly outdated. But when the office condo space right next to his 10,000-sq-ft facility in Naperville, IL went...
- May 2013
LMT's LAB DAY EAST—the largest dental laboratory trade show on the East Coast—was the place to be to research digital technology. This year, of the 93 exhibitors, over 40 companies offered the latest scanners, milling and rapid prototyping...
- March 2013
Restoring the smile of a dentistâs relative can be particularly challenging. Here, Luke Kahng shares how he transformed the smile of a clientâs mother-in-law with two PFM bridges and one PFM crown.
- November 2011
Luke Kahng, CDT, offers his step-by-step technique for fabricating a porcelain-to-titanium restoration using Nobel Biocare's NobelProcera scanner and GC's Initial™ Titanium porcelain.
- April 2011
Luke Kahng, CDT, shares the detailed study models he fabricated based on his study of hundreds of natural teeth. For many years, I've been interested in learning to recreate truly natural teeth shape and contour and have studied the morphology of...
Luke Kahng, CDT, shares step-by-step instructions on how to use the one-color porcelain build-up system.