Yes...shading of zirconia is very important. And more importantly is consistent shading. If the milling center consistently gives me the wrong shades you can only imagine the problems it...See more causes for a lab. The lab either needs to correct the shade or have the work remilled which is could delay seating of the crown.
Ceramists and lab owners, we are using conventional 4' ballasts with daylight flourescents (3050 lumen output at 6500k temp) and it is not helping to translate proper shades in our restorations. What are you using in your porcelain department/ceramic benches?Last answer May 25, 2012