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Shade matching can be difficult enough when layering ceramics, let alone when trying to match a shade on a full contour zirconia or one-body ceramic restoration....See more Michael Cumbie, CDT, covers a basic introduction to color theory, the history of some of GC's most popular shade guides, challenges in taking...
Mike Dominguez, CDT/TE, reviews repeatable, teachable and efficient processes for fabricating esthetic and stable implant restorations. He also discusses...See more cases ranging from screw-retained, cement-retained and single unit to full arch.
Producing esthetic and functional ceramic solutions is all about inspiration, motivation, emotion and passion. With his unique perspective on these essential...See more facets, Thomas Sing, MDT, begins his presentation with a single anterior and ends with a complex implant case, sharing ceramic cases that worked...
Small details can be the key to allowing a brain to believe or not. Everything has a reason and a place. Cracks, wear patterns, halos, of course, but where,...See more how long, what color, how intense? Our work often causes tension to the mind’s eye because we create places without reason. Discover the reason...
Understanding and applying the skills of dental technology is the first step to success, but working with a team requires understanding the softer skills...See more of collaboration and communication. Joshua Polansky, MDT, and Dr. Barry Polansky share their teamwork experiences and how they use their skills to...
The government’s first attempt to regulate the laboratory industry was the National Industrial Recovery Act of 1933—one of the measures that President Roosevelt sought to assist economic recovery during the Depression—which ruled that the dental laboratory industry must operate under a Code. [Read More]
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