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    Restorations Du Jour

    Discussion in 'Case Presentations' started by Al., Oct 13, 2011.

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

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      Thank you Tayeb, bless you....sometimes I post more by emotion than by wisdom as others here are much more consistent at doing, and kinda mess things up and try to make up for it, or apologize for it.

      Maybe I need to get back on my meds :eek::D
       
    2. Tayebdental
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      Tayebdental Tayeb S. CDT Full Member

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      we are emotional and compassionate as human beings.
      I lost a friend last week and is affecting me, he was super fit and highly educated with a top job at the EPA, went to take a nap and never woke up. My boys grew up with his boys, it is sad. But this is life that we worry about.
       
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    3. CatamountRob
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      I'm sorry for the loss of your friend Tayeb.
       
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    4. Car 54
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      I'm sorry to hear about your friend, Tayeb. That does kind of put things in perspective about what is really important in life, compared to the little things that we can get so caught up with and worried about. I will keep you all in my prayers, my friend.
       
    5. Tayebdental
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      Thank you Rob
       
    6. Tayebdental
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      Tayebdental Tayeb S. CDT Full Member

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      Thank you Scott
       
    7. Car 54
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      Car 54 Well-Known Member Full Member

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      I think that's what happened to Mark Anderson of Oral Design many years ago. He went to bed one night and died in his sleep.
       
    8. Tayebdental
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      What so sad is that last week my other friend lost his mother and my deceased friend took the day off and was ready with his wife to go to the funeral of my friend's mother when he died.
       
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      Car 54 Well-Known Member Full Member

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      Wow, I don't even know what to say....that is a hard one.
       
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    10. Doris A
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      So sorry for your losses Tayeb, I will keep you and your friends in my prayers.
       
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    11. Tayebdental
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      Tayebdental Tayeb S. CDT Full Member

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      Thanks Doris
       
    12. Al.
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      Al. Well-Known Member Full Member

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      Not a huge fan of complicated builds or 10 or 15 powder builds anymore.

      BO ingot 3 powder Build Incisal 58 TO and Opal White
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    13. Al.
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      Al. Well-Known Member Full Member

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      Same here 3 powder BO ingot
      I made # 8 a touch shorter on M edge to help counter the extra long gin

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    14. rkm rdt
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      high lip line?
       
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    15. Al.
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      I hope
      This is for a hillbilly woman Rest of her teeth are A3 to A35 but she insisted on BL2 for these 4 HAAA HAAAA. She is going to be purty
       
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    16. Al.
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      All the mammalans are the pressed material, that is the cut back.
       
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      rkm rdt Well-Known Member Donator Full Member

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      I do something similar in zirconia and use the initial paste as the liner and modifier.
      It's so much easier today than it was even 5 years ago.
       
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    18. Al.
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      Yes some of my cuts are deep so I use luster paste N for my bond and it fills with out pulling away leaving voids and it is clear.
      Glaze,ESP Ivo glaze paste is milky if thick
       
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    19. Affinity
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      Wow I need to read this thread more often!

      Ive done maybe 6 Lisi press units and they look beautiful, although the material is quite softer to grind on than e.max, which I hope isnt a problem... but other than that its been working great. If emax is an 'A', its an 'A++' (grade-wise, not shade wise)
       
    20. Al.
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      Softer to grind cause it's denser. Smaller particle size so I can grind on it better on full contour areas and they polish smoother
       
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