Mark thank you for your time,with the photo.........You are right on with the brothers NOT receiving
"CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE"........ again thank so much..........Gary....
Fridays "Technique Tips" how to apply wash opaque quickly and effectively......
Mark and I both use this system for the complete opaquing....
If you look at the final application under a scope, the retentive factor is second to none, looks like 180 to 220 sand paper..... this factor also gives you light reflection much like diamond facets, this helped in the reduction of high chrome...... I no longer do metal, but am looking at spray glazing all ceramic units.....You did not mention that one Mark........Jose did you get that one? "G" Fe2k
For younger Techs that have not seen this procedure. A dentist will snap a photo (xray) of the seated crown to view marginal integrity..... The 2 Bi's are (emax Press) and are sealed at the margins. The molar (xray) shows (on right side) acceptable, but not as good a seal as the Bi's are..(molar also emax press) This aspect of the challenge represents 1/3rd of the challenge (Man vs Machine)
Southern States Symposium & Expo presented by FDLA
May 10 - 12, 2012
Friday-May 11th 1:30 - 3:30 Keynote Session 2: Mr. Claude Sieber, MDT
Southern States Come on down........
site started having trouble last night around 5:15 to 5:30 could not post or log back in......command bar stated (waiting on lmt...) All your's Eric..lol... looks good this morning,no problems..
Southern States Symposium & Expo By FDLA......May 10-12 2012 Orlando Fl...
Louisiana, Mississippi,Alabama, Georgia,South Carolina and Florida..............
Once in a life time seminar...... Friday may 11th 0800 Mr. Matt Roberts,AAACD & Dr. Shull DMD
Friday may 11th 1:30 Mr. Claude Sieber, MDT
C ya "G" Fe2k
Having been on the Bridge of USS INDEPENDENCE CV-62 I say ahoy to a new kind of BRIDGE....Smooth sea's and following winds....Glad to be a shipmate. A new vessel to share and learn more of what we do. Thanks for your hard work in putting this together, it was no easy task. Looking forward to exploring the "WORLD" of dentistry and our trade. Again thank you all...