Fiber-Composite Material for Metal Free Dental Restorations

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Shofu composite indirect restoration on a Trilor fiber-composite arch from Bioloren, very easy to work with.
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During a 2 days Workshop sponsored by 3t-Technology and Biloren Beirut/Lebanon

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I've been following Trilor for some time. However, that picture appears like the A-P spread was violated. Those distal cantilevers are long...was always told only one tooth. We're you taught different in this course?
 
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I've been following Trilor for some time. However, that picture appears like the A-P spread was violated. Those distal cantilevers are long...was always told only one tooth. We're you taught different in this course?
Im with TheLabGuy on this, it certainly looks nice but can't help to think these long cantilevers are going to be a problem.
I do however especially in UK see quite an increase in extended cantilevers mainly forced by the dentist onto the lab.

Cheers
David
 
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Im with TheLabGuy on this, it certainly looks nice but can't help to think these long cantilevers are going to be a problem.
I do however especially in UK see quite an increase in extended cantilevers mainly forced by the dentist onto the lab.

Cheers
David
Dr always want more for less....
 
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ridiculously oversprued, but yeah this is about the only application for this material. don't do partials with it.
 
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I've been following Trilor for some time. However, that picture appears like the A-P spread was violated. Those distal cantilevers are long...was always told only one tooth. We're you taught different in this course?
Maybe the thrust was fabrication techniques and they wanted room to play.
However,
I can see how that can open a can of worms.
People hear what they want and reps are loathe to disagree with any notion that results in you buying more product.

That's why I listen to research and ask troubling questions.
Thanks for pointing this out.
 

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