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no, tossing that bad boy back into the furnace one too many times.

Or, the cracks of death. Not only having a low fusing on the bridge, but now having to run it up high enough to heal the high temp porc and over baking the low fusing porc.
 
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Or, the cracks of death. Not only having a low fusing on the bridge, but now having to run it up high enough to heal the high temp porc and over baking the low fusing porc.
That's why Super Dave's idea of emax makes sense.
 
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I would blame the metal design over the dog. That metal looks sharp. Note that the opaque came off as well.
Soften the metal and sandblast the small area. I h

press a repair piece?
Indeed!
 
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I’d blame the dawg ,
Patient wasn’t eating dawg correct?
Tell them their homeowners ins. may cover it.
I do agree with 54 and 36
Tell the doc you will try and salvage it
Since you have it in hand. Prep it how you
like. I would use primotech resin do more than one and press emax
Ht and use a white stain where the framework shows on the intaglio of veneer.
Have the doctor bond it and say good luck.

Tell the patient to teach his dog how to behave or well to each his own 🤷‍♂️
no reason the OP should Have to bend over
And take it.
BOHICA

For future reference
Maybe Zirconia next time
 
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Must be from the new exocad inclusive upgrade.

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Or, the cracks of death. Not only having a low fusing on the bridge, but now having to run it up high enough to heal the high temp porc and over baking the low fusing porc.
If only I had listened. :banghead: Was very happy with how the addmate turned out...fired nicely and matches pretty well. Everything's good, except the two tiny cracks in the posterior.:oops:
 
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If only I had listened. :banghead: Was very happy with how the addmate turned out...fired nicely and matches pretty well. Everything's good, except the two tiny cracks in the posterior.:oops:
run it up the glaze cycle and cross your fingers....slow cool.
 
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The overglazed Addmate can be hand polished down, after you try a healing firing.
 
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The overglazed Addmate can be hand polished down, after you try a healing firing.

an overdue update: the Addmate slumped pretty bad...plus I was never able to get the cracks in the posterior to heal completely. Sent it back for new bite and mounting. Contemplating a reasonable re-veneer fee while I wait.
 
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Magic wand effect strikes again.

The asst took impressions I'd bet and has no clue about how any of it happens.
 
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I'd just eyeball the adjacents and set the guide planes a bit more inclined... then let the partial lab worry about the rest...lol
They'll probably reuse the same models.
 
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