Jeneric/Pentron Stealth porcelain furnace
Penny Marrazzo · Lab Tech at Stoneybrook Noble Gold
Jeneric/Pentron STEALTH Porcelain Furnace
Selling oven gently used only a few times for a demo
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Dr. Sanjay Arora · Cranio-Sacral Dentist at Zental Dental Clinic
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When the controversy over the possibility of lead in PFM restorations arose in 2008, the ADA conducted an independent study to determine the degree to which lead may be present in crowns. In 2009, it released the results of this study, which found only trace amounts of the naturally occurring element in 44 different porcelain powders and 102 finished porcelain-metal crowns produced by domestic and foreign dental laboratories. The results ranged from below detectable to 113 parts per million (ppm) in the 44 porcelain powders, and an average of 46ppm in the crowns.
"Based on all the information...See more to date, both from our own testing as well as reports of other analyses, we are confident that no measurable levels of lead are released from dental crowns made from dental porcelain typical of available sources," said Clifton Carey, PhD, administrative director, ADA's Paffenbarger Research Center (PRC), which conducted the study with the ADA's Division of Science laboratory.
In our first-ever State of the Industry survey, LMT asked readers to indicate the most significant technological advances that occurred between 1980 and 1985. Here's what they said:
• All ceramic crowns (Dicor and Cerestore)
• Laminate veneers/facings
• Computerized/automated porcelain furnaces, burnout machines and casting machines
• Light-cured resins
• Semi-precious and non-precious alloys
Looking at this list in hindsight, which of these five advances would you say had the most dramatic, lasting effect on your work?
To all of you my fellow partners in the Dental field, is a reality that the speed we are running with the technology is no joke, but, getting an specialty in CAD and not necessarily in CAM for some, will not make too much sense when our new technicians are just knowledgeable with a joystick (with all my respects) and have no fundamentals in Dental Technology. How many times have you asked a CAD technician if he/she is taking into consideration a curve of spee/ or perhaps if a crown lengthening if recommended?
Donât get me wrong, I love CAD and I love my field, but the losing art is not about...See more waxing or setting teeth or layering porcelain, is about losing our integrity as Dental Technicians, regardless of your specialty.
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