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    Restorations Du Jour

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

    1. Affinity
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      Affinity Well-Known Member Full Member

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      Sounds legit. It is definitely easier to handle and the margins thin without chipping
       
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      Wax and press full contour, make matrix, manual cut back , bond coat
      No laterals Cuspids in their place

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      Minimal 3 powder layer

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      Al, would you recommend doing 8,9 veneers in an MT BO? Im going to layer the facial, but my free HT ingots have taken forever to get here and I need to press these..
       
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      did you see the other case I posted today ?
      The 4 Anteriors with 9 an implant ret crn ?
      Those were all pressed in BO.
      7 was a veneer
       
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      I will put it here but I'm not at my computer now
       
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      I was hoping there would be more posts between Al's work and mine to separate us a little more ;). He's a tough act to follow.
      This case was a zirconia bridge layered with Emax. Considering what the patient had, it wasn't too hard to please her, especially after the extractions of #7,8,9,10. The doctor's camera flash kind of made everything look brighter than what it actually was but it turned out ok.

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