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Thanks in advance... God an older dentist that is using her IPN shade guide.
Since the conversion charts don't agree, I would get the shade tab from the Dr and use it to find something that comes close to it.Thanks in advance... God an older dentist that is using her IPN shade guide.
Ptsd = PRESENT TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER & PRE TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER. No way linking this to be Antything like Military for Certain.Best outcome, get the Value right. You can make 4 mistakes in Hue but only 1 in value.
For those who may not be aware, value is a degree in brightness from low being black to white being brite. As hue, color, or the same intensity of it will lower the value if more added. Always be Aware, if you add more color, you will decrease value. That's why you need to "Support" value while planning.( Brightening from the get go. This is from " Taki" a Master Ceramist I was fortunate to meet and to hear his lecture. No matter what materials you're using for ceramics, this rule applys. Tanaka Dental had an amazing color chart and courses on this subject. Stop getting the " looks a bit dark " comments from your Dr.'s
MIYO from Jensen takes most if "Any" concerns you've " Ever Had" out of your dental " Nightmares" I still have them weekly, not just shades but porcelain just " falling" off, opening in a new lab and equipment non functional and here's the Kicker!!! " 20 times normal or even possible volume WITH old tech, all PFM'S with porcelain margins. Am I Alone??? Please say no.