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Aug 8, 2012 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Implant Esthetic Center of Excellence · Sarasota, FL
This one day Press Technology Workshop is designed to provide the next level of training following our introductory press course. This course has been developed for ceramists that are experienced in the fabrication of All-Ceramic restorations and will feature IPS e.max Press materials. Attendees will fabricate an anterior bridge using cutback and layering techniques as well as a monolithic molar crown. Esthetic layering techniques will be accomplished by using a variety of IPS e.max Ceram materials.
Instructors: ICDE Faculty
For more information: Dana Glina- Education Coordinator Florida 800-533-6825 ext. 2902 Ivoclar Vivadent; www.ivoclarvivadent.us
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Implant Esthetic Center of Excellence
7307 Merchant Court Sarasota, FL
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This two day e.max Workshop is designed to provide advanced layering concepts for individuals who are working with...See more lithium disilicate restorations. This course, which features IPS e.max Press or CAD substructures, has been developed for ceramists that are experienced in the fabrication of All-Ceramic restorations and ready to take their build-ups to the next level of esthetics. Attendees will fabricate an 8-unit smile design case restoring a combination of crowns and veneers. Esthetic layering techniques will be accomplished by using a variety of IPS e.max Ceram materials. Topics covered will include: Lithium disilicate material science Smile design principles Ingot or block selection criteria Processing techniques for all-ceramic restorations Preparing lithium disilicate frameworks for layering ceramics Esthetic layering with e.max ceramic materials Creating natural contours and surface texture Proper shading and glazing techniques Preparation for cementation Note: Pre-course work is required for this course