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Question converting a Bioform shade to Vita

Discussion in 'Porcelain' started by Travis, Nov 9, 2007.

  1. Travis
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    Travis Administrator Staff Member

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    I have to convert a Bioform B66 to a Vita shade. It looks like a D value but after completing the crown as D2 it looks wrong. Any ideas on how to get this shade right?

    Thanks

    Travis
  2. rob

    rob New Member

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    I've always converted bioform 66 into vita B2. Just eyeballing it.
  3. Travis
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    Travis Administrator Staff Member

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    That was fast, I will have to change it this weekend. I should have asked before I did it. Thanks for helping me out.
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    Give me your fax number and I'll send you my conversion chart (made myself) for all shade systems (except bleaching) out there if you want.
  5. Travis
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    Travis Administrator Staff Member

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    I will give you a number this weekend. This might be off topic but is it true vita is trashing the classic vita shades? There making porcelain for only the 3d shades.


    This should be a new thread.
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    TheLabGuy Just a Member

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    I doubt that, but nothing would surprise me when it comes to Vita. I'm sure they would tick off a lot of other porcelain manufactureres if they did do that.....lol

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