FC Zi bridge with pink staining

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C'mon Zak, we need details man!

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The patient disliked wearing an appliance and had a relatively high smile line. They opted not do implants due to the time required and due to the fact that the doctor was unsure if a bone graft would be sufficient. They instead decided to go this route. It is a 3,4,6p,7p,8,9 full contour 4y zirconium bridge with tissue milled as one piece.
 
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The patient disliked wearing an appliance and had a relatively high smile line. They opted not do implants due to the time required and due to the fact that the doctor was unsure if a bone graft would be sufficient. They instead decided to go this route. It is a 3,4,6p,7p,8,9 full contour 4y zirconium bridge with tissue milled as one piece.

Was wondering what materials you used is all.
 
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Was wondering what materials you used is all.
Oh, sorry! I used Argen HT+ with their shading/characterization liquids and Insync/Miyo/Miyo Pink for the staining over an Agren model T.
 
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Oh, sorry! I used Argen HT+ with their shading/characterization liquids and Insync/Miyo/Miyo Pink for the staining over an Agren model T.

Some nice looking work you've been posting here in the last couple of days, Zak :)

Was this crown also done in HT+, along with InSync/Miyo stains?
Have you tried their the "C" models, yet? I believe it's the Carbon printer. I like them better, they don't seem as fuzzy as the T.
 
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It was HT+ and Miyo. I use the model c for implant models as the interface with the DIM is better but for crown/bridge I stick with the model T. I’ve had some inconsistency with die fits on the model c.
 
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It was HT+ and Miyo. I use the model c for implant models as the interface with the DIM is better but for crown/bridge I stick with the model T. I’ve had some inconsistency with die fits on the model c.

Good information. Thanks for the follow up post, Zak.
 
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Looks good but the flange could be a hygiene challenge.

The mesial and distal? thickness as a food trap?
The ging tissue looks nicely thinned out and snug to the tissue.
 
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The mesial and distal? thickness as a food trap?
The ging tissue looks nicely thinned out and snug to the tissue.
not sure I'd bring it past the necks.
 
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Agree, after you pointed out the length, I went back to the photos and saw the same thing.
Maybe a bit over engineered? We're not bashing your nice work, Zak, at least you had the guts to post photos,
but we all learn from others feedback, myself especially :)
 

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