Discussion in 'Case Presentations' started by Dentalmike, Oct 19, 2013.
LSD usually lasts longer than 2 mins, I've been told.
Guess its easier than aiming with a stick...
Different strokes I guess.. My Drs tend to frown upon pink tissue turning white..
It only blanches for a few minutes. It's more hygienic for the patient and easier to access to clean the cement if retained that way. If your clients want mushrooms they can have them.
..all this talk of LSD and shrooms.. are you on a bender this weekend?
LOL. No journeys to the spirit world for me.
Last 2 crowns of the day
Glad your posting. Your work shows your care for detail.
Emax multi bl2. Trying some vertical cutbacks with lisi. Thin facial cutback on rest of design.
In reference to some of my last posts about multi, I switched to speedvest from ceravety and that solved my thermal cracking problems with multi ingot. I'm interested in how much vertical framework reduction others are comfortable with for their anteriors?
How's the value in situ?
Really nice. Had slight low on one of the centrals multi is my goto for holding value now. Not using mt's at all now. I'll be watching new initial material. Hope it's the answer for value and greying issues and that they make a multi.
Nice job!!!.As far as vertical reduction I go 1.5 mm.
Nice work. What putty are you using?
Beautiful work Dentalmike, I just question the decision to splint all these units together. Is there any concern for breakage?
Thanks dmonwaxa. Nothing splinted. Wax photos were before separation. If I splinted a case like this, would do slight facial layering or stain only. I have cases that are outside recommended design that are good so far, some 4-5 yrs. no disasters yet, probably due more to Emax than me lol.
Hey aqdental. That's Ivoclar sil-tech putty.
Looks really good! well done!
It seems to be less brittle than Sil-Tech Super (yellow stuff).
Great! I wasn't so sure about that....ha ha! I kinda figured they were seperated, from the wax photo and the back lighted photo showing the transmitted light.. Super... Just love the opalescence.
ThumbFlow on an interesting case with several teeth out of position.
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