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Jan 18, 2013 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Make monolithic crowns pop with this highly aesthetic and natural looking digital ceramic transfer which simplifies the task of creating incisal characterization in a crown effortless. The digital ceramic transfer material is extremely thin at 6 microns and creates 3D dimensionality in the restoration. Regardless if you have a thick or thin layer of porcelain. Hilla™ Porcelain Transfers can be applied universally on all porcelains internally or externally. Learn how to use Hilla™ to simplify and improve the process of characterizing lab processed dental restorations and how to develop better communication between the laboratory, dentist and patient with the incisal characterization guide.
- Approved for 2 CDT credits
- Call Beth Collington: 609-672-0872
- Visit http://www.zahndental.com/education
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Uri Yarovesky, CDT, is the President of Opus One Laboratories, Inc. in Agoura Hills, CA. In 2008, he launched Hilla Technologies, a dental products company that created the patentpending Hilla Digital...See more Transfers. A pioneer in product development, Yarovesky is an international lecturer; consultant to several dental material manufacturers; and a member of the AACD, IADFE, ASDA, NADL, CDLA and ACE.
Learn to make clasps in under 30 minutes. Kris Schermerhorn will provide step-by-step processing instructions for...See more DuraFlex, VisiClear and DuraCetal. Step-by-step DuraFlex repair instructions using the HotShotElite will also be given
The Daily Bite
Working with more than one lab is the norm for the vast majority of dentists who responded to LMT's 2013 Dentist’s Survey: - Only 14% work exclusively with one lab - 30% work with two labs on a consistent basis - 45% regularly work with three labs - 11% work with more than three labs
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