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    Creation Zi CT

    Discussion in 'Case Presentations' started by Drizzt, Jul 14, 2017.

    1. Car 54
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      Car 54 Well-Known Member Donator Full Member

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      Thanks, but I was having a hard time with my Photobucket account giving me an image error.

      Also, you did such a good job in starting this thread, which became a Featured thread
      and was on ZI-CT, I didn't want to distract from your incredible work. If you want,
      I can try re-posting, but I kinda consider this your thread, the "masters touch", thread :)
       
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      Drizzt Well-Known Member Full Member

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      Ha ha ha !!! Please , no master here !!! Just trying really hard to learn this ceramic , as it is something completely different than what I was used to ! Any advice and tips from more experienced users is more than welcome !
       
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      charles007 Well-Known Member Full Member

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      If anyone creates a 3D conversion with Creation ZICT please post. I get a lot of light 3d shades such at 0.5M1, 1M1, 1M1.5, 1.5M2, 2.5M2,
      Mostly Interpolates shades.. I use white zir frames on the lighter shades.
       
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      Driz...you just keep better and better my man. Truly amazing all of them... But I like the CT case more because it stands out. The Renaissance starts here my friend. The color and contour is truly amazing ...especially the color. Almost a retro look from some of the older masters 20,30,40 years back. Amazing.
       
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      Wow, you definitely make me blush my friend!!! Completely humbled but I have a long long way to go !!!
       
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      Hey everyone ! This is another CT case. Two laterals. Really really dark stumps, on 12 we will need opaque cement. You can see the inflated gingiva from dentist haven't cleaned enough the provisional's cement. Things are much better on 22. Helathy gingiva makes a huge difference on how a case looks in the mouth. Long distance client, never seen the patient in the lab. Overall happy with the result!

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      That's beautiful work Drizzt! By chance have you considered coming to the Oral Design Symposium this September in Hollywood, CA? It would be my honor to provide you with a ticket to the main event, just message me!
       
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      Thank you for the kind comments !!
       
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      Hey everyone, this is a demo case I did with ZiCT over two zirconia copings. One bake and glaze

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      Incredible work again Drizzt. Would you share your techniques and tools used to create the surface finish. Your techniques
      puts you in another league, and makes your C&B look so natural and blends in where there undetectable in my eyes.
       
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      Thanks for the kind words Charles !

      I used just one diamond with a air turbine. After I was finished with my surface texture, I used a rubber wheel to highlight my contours , then glazed , and after glaze I used again the same rubber wheel but with less pressure , and after that a high shine one and then some polishing paste. I keep it really simple and I want to use the less tools I can to achieve the surface I like .
       
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      I agree with Charles on this one!
       
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      Thanks KIM
       
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      there is a conversion chart from gc and since gc and creation come from the same factory it converts the shades to 3d pretty well.
       
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      Thats amazing! Great!
       
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      Thanks a lot !
       

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