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    Create color & structure as thin as 0.1mm – 0.2mm with MiYO® Pink

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    1. Stacey

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      Create color and structure as thin as 0.1mm – 0.2mm with MiYO® Pink; gingival colors that enable you to create highly esthetic large span, implant retained bridges in ways never before imagined.

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      Ready to try MiYO®? Call 800-243-2000, visit jensendental.com/miyo, or visit Jensen’s booth at Lab Day in Chicago next week!
       
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      How many shades are there, and how many of those are Structure pastes?
       
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      There are 9 MiYO Pink Gingival Colors and 3 MiYO Pink Gingival Structure Pastes
       
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      Be a little easier if you guys could print this on a film, kinda like hydro dipping. Dip, trim and fire.

      Send me the check when you come out with it.;)
       
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      Oh, your check is in the mail User!
       
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      In all seriousness...

      I think it was Ceramco (?) that had some labial decals that could be applied and fired with various incisal effects.

      I think some type of similar technique with either a hydrodip or semi-pliable decal with a few choices of gingiva colorings that would then be fired would be a slick way to go. Printed on a shrink wrap, zap it with a heat source and trim off the teeth. Fire. No?
       
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      Yuri Yarovetsky of Opus dental lab came out with that some time ago. I think Zahn sold it.
       
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