Lecture: Aesthetic Dentistry between machines and human hands - Shape & Shade Control
Over the past two decades, dentistry has seen the development of many new all-ceramic restorative systems. The drive for such materials and restorative techniques has been predicted by patient expectations for excellent esthetic results, and also by concerns about the biocompatibility of metal-ceramic and higher success rate of full contour zirconia wear behavior!
The combination of advancements in dental material as well as in the pressing and computerized technology has made lab work amusing and thoughtful to the lab technician, with a serious of steps that represent an ideal systems’ combination, between (press & computerized) for a reliable method to create not just simple but also customized restorations.
This comprehensive lecture gives the audience the knowledge about the digital aesthetic leader CAD/CAM system, and teaches a reliable method to utilize it in every corner of your lab work (from designing, waxing, modulating, temporizing ... Etc), and how to combine it to the pressing system for more efficiency. Never the less; it will shade light on anterior zone morphology of incisors and how to represent a clinical challenge in dentofacial esthetic.