Introducing the MiYO Esthetic Finishing System!

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Some in another thread were mixing add on porc with the Insync to get the same sculptability.
I tried, but would have to work a little harder to get there, compared to it coming right out of
the bottle ready to go.
 
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So what is the difference between this and insync?
Sirmorty:

We are getting a lot of interest in MiYO and that question has come up a lot so here you go!

InSync is a traditional stain and glaze system comprised of stains that all have the same opacity/translucency and a single glaze material (InSync!). It’s widely used on all layered zirconia, lithium disilicate and metal ceramic restorations.

MiYO is a new finishing system designed primarily for monolithic restorations. It gives your monolithic restorations a layered look without actually layering. The MiYO finishing system includes:
  • Highly opacified stains used to reproduce mamelons
  • Medium opacity stains which are used to create a “Halo” effect on incisal edges
  • Translucent stains which replicate incisal and cervical translucency
  • Thixotropic structure pastes which build structure and surface texture. Structure pastes contain layering materials that fully glaze when fired but retain even fine surface detail. Structure pastes exhibit a light scattering effect similar to layered enamels but in thicknesses as little as 0.1mm which make them ideal for monolithic restorations.
Sorry for the long answer but I wanted to be thorough. I’ve also included a photo showing some of the different effects that you can achieve with MiYO below.
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Let me know if you have any other questions!
 
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Sirmorty:

We are getting a lot of interest in MiYO and that question has come up a lot so here you go!

InSync is a traditional stain and glaze system comprised of stains that all have the same opacity/translucency and a single glaze material (InSync!). It’s widely used on all layered zirconia, lithium disilicate and metal ceramic restorations.

MiYO is a new finishing system designed primarily for monolithic restorations. It gives your monolithic restorations a layered look without actually layering. The MiYO finishing system includes:
  • Highly opacified stains used to reproduce mamelons
  • Medium opacity stains which are used to create a “Halo” effect on incisal edges
  • Translucent stains which replicate incisal and cervical translucency
  • Thixotropic structure pastes which build structure and surface texture. Structure pastes contain layering materials that fully glaze when fired but retain even fine surface detail. Structure pastes exhibit a light scattering effect similar to layered enamels but in thicknesses as little as 0.1mm which make them ideal for monolithic restorations.
Sorry for the long answer but I wanted to be thorough. I’ve also included a photo showing some of the different effects that you can achieve with MiYO below.
View attachment 25973

Let me know if you have any other questions!
Stacey, wonderful information, very helpful. Could you post or do you have a bigger image please, so we can get a better idea of the differing effects? Blowing up the YouTube image is still a little fuzzy for my older eyes.
 
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Sirmorty:

We are getting a lot of interest in MiYO and that question has come up a lot so here you go!

InSync is a traditional stain and glaze system comprised of stains that all have the same opacity/translucency and a single glaze material (InSync!). It’s widely used on all layered zirconia, lithium disilicate and metal ceramic restorations.

MiYO is a new finishing system designed primarily for monolithic restorations. It gives your monolithic restorations a layered look without actually layering. The MiYO finishing system includes:
  • Highly opacified stains used to reproduce mamelons
  • Medium opacity stains which are used to create a “Halo” effect on incisal edges
  • Translucent stains which replicate incisal and cervical translucency
  • Thixotropic structure pastes which build structure and surface texture. Structure pastes contain layering materials that fully glaze when fired but retain even fine surface detail. Structure pastes exhibit a light scattering effect similar to layered enamels but in thicknesses as little as 0.1mm which make them ideal for monolithic restorations.
Sorry for the long answer but I wanted to be thorough. I’ve also included a photo showing some of the different effects that you can achieve with MiYO below.
View attachment 25973

Let me know if you have any other questions!
In that first video (I didn't listen to the whole thing just skipped through it),it looked like the crowns had a lot of build up. How strong is it? Are those incisal corners going to pop right off?
 
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In that first video (I didn't listen to the whole thing just skipped through it),it looked like the crowns had a lot of build up. How strong is it? Are those incisal corners going to pop right off?
I think you are referring to the MiYO Structure materials themselves?....There is actually no more than 0.2mm applied to any of the restorations shown in the video or the pictures above. The MiYO Structure materials are ceramic fortified, which wear like a normal layering ceramic. The interesting thing about Structure is that it doesn't feel like a layering ceramic because its thixotropic and is easy to apply. The closest thing you could compare it to in the way it feels is a composite.
We've included a photo of a central which shows the thickness of the MiYO Structure as it was applied. The thickest application is in the gingival area at 0.2mm and the incisal area is 0.1mm thick.
MiYO Structure Half.png
 
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I think you are referring to the MiYO Structure materials themselves?....There is actually no more than 0.2mm applied to any of the restorations shown in the video or the pictures above. The MiYO Structure materials are ceramic fortified, which wear like a normal layering ceramic. The interesting thing about Structure is that it doesn't feel like a layering ceramic because its thixotropic and is easy to apply. The closest thing you could compare it to in the way it feels is a composite.
We've included a photo of a central which shows the thickness of the MiYO Structure as it was applied. The thickest application is in the gingival area at 0.2mm and the incisal area is 0.1mm thick.
View attachment 25979
Aaahh. i missed the MiYo Structure portion. My bad.
But reminds me of my favorite commercial...
 
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Sure! Intro price is $699 for the Esthetic Finishing Kit
Eventually will you be allowing, selling individual jars for those of us who can't afford $700. upfront?
At some point, people are going to be re-ordering individual jars.
 
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The video does not really shows the details on applying the structure paste. I am a little skeptic on how easy it is to apply. I never mastered the luster paste and hated it due to it's difficulty.
 
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I think you are referring to the MiYO Structure materials themselves?....There is actually no more than 0.2mm applied to any of the restorations shown in the video or the pictures above. The MiYO Structure materials are ceramic fortified, which wear like a normal layering ceramic. The interesting thing about Structure is that it doesn't feel like a layering ceramic because its thixotropic and is easy to apply. The closest thing you could compare it to in the way it feels is a composite.
We've included a photo of a central which shows the thickness of the MiYO Structure as it was applied. The thickest application is in the gingival area at 0.2mm and the incisal area is 0.1mm thick.
View attachment 25979

Am I still first in line?
 
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Am I still first in line?
You actually are first in line, yes! Your kit will be signed by James Choi. We are waiting for the new bottles to have their labels applied at Chemichl as we speak. The boxes arrived last week and look beautiful!
 
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You actually are first in line, yes! Your kit will be signed by James Choi. We are waiting for the new bottles to have their labels applied at Chemichl as we speak. The boxes arrived last week and look beautiful!
Very nice. Thanks!
 
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