Crown to denture

jeppsta

jeppsta

jeff
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I dont have trouble believing you, but we have no frame of reference here. State of the art zirconia pressing is 40 years old technology. State of the art chinesium factories are still human powered because labor is cheaper than automata. State of the art factories are leagues beyond what lab work is at its core. So some specificity here will go a long way.
All fair points CHL....I cannot specify any further, only what I have been told by a person whom I trust. I suppose all I can say is, IMHO, I believe the material to
be as good as anything I have tried to date and am very happy with it.
 
lcmlabforum

lcmlabforum

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There were some issues with full arch or long span FPD in the forum last year regarding the ML bridge deformation. I take it
you don't have issues - maybe you can share your solutions?
LCM.
 
jeppsta

jeppsta

jeff
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I only use it for to 4 units.
Have had no hassles thus far (touch wood)😁
I use other types for bigger spans. I think you would be pushing your luck over 4 units.
 
JMN

JMN

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I dont have trouble believing you, but we have no frame of reference here. State of the art zirconia pressing is 40 years old technology. State of the art chinesium factories are still human powered because labor is cheaper than automata. State of the art factories are leagues beyond what lab work is at its core. So some specificity here will go a long way.
Add to tuat another little fact. If it can be gotten away with, in too many places it will be.

There is a well known story of a FDA inspected and approved Pharmacuticle manufacturong facility making a drug that was suppposed to be processed only at thus and such temperature and humidity. It was found that the factory was making it with the plant windows wide open as the a/c had broken and they wouldn't pay to fix what could be made a surbivable environment for the employees with open windows.
 
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MaxD

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3D multilayer A2 disk.
Straight from sintering and brushed with some glaze fluid.
Tha looks great! are you firing the glaze? I notice on their website they say no need to glaze - polish only looks good. Would you agree?
Cheers
 
jeppsta

jeppsta

jeff
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Hi Max
I would agree for sure, but I usually add some blue on incisal and a little staining on the occlusal, just to give the crown a little bit of extra character. So I generally do a proper glaze fire.
 
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