Introducing the MiYO Esthetic Finishing System!

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Yes sir, 1190 Adventure R. Picked it up the day after Christmas.

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Yes sir, 1190 Adventure R. Picked it up the day after Christmas.

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Merry Christmas to YOU! Guess, you don't have much slippery white stuff to worry about....Eh? That's a great machine! My friend has a Super duke....
 
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How is MiYo different than Lustre Paste?
No worries, scroll back to page 3 of this forum and you'll see some dialogue around your question....

MiYO is very unique. That's not the first time the question has been asked, so here are a few things to point out:
MiYO allows you to adjust shades up and down while enhancing vitality. You can actually go from lets say an A3 to an A1 with MiYO (And vice-versa)
MiYO has color glazes (Different from Structure Pastes) with varying levels of translucency to create whatever you see in natural teeth in one glaze firing
MiYO Structure Pastes let you create texture, growth lines, really whatever you want before firing and it will look exactly the same after firing
MiYO doesn't dry out quickly and doesn't need a regeneration liquid
MiYO's light scattering ability gives you the look of layered esthetics in 0.1 - 0.2mm of thickness on monolithic restorations
MiYO stays where you put it and doesn't bleed together (Unless you intentionally want it to) or slump during firing.
Very interesting material!
 
Gru

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Was just told I cannot buy individual bottles I must buy a kit to start. That's a stinker.
I'm not certain yet that I will use everything in the kit, but I expect to based on the properties I'm seeing with what I've done. Get the kit, it's quite expensive, but from someone on a very tight budget recently, I still believe it's worth it.

How is MiYo different than Lustre Paste?
I haven't used Lustre Paste, but so far this is idiot proof with little learning curve, and IMHO allows a new form of micro-layering.

Thanks Gru, we are working on that for ya! An actual shade guide as well if all goes well will be available in time! Get ready for another big surprise with MiYO next month in Chicago!
Will those of us who bought the kit already get the guide?
 
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I'm not certain yet that I will use everything in the kit, but I expect to based on the properties I'm seeing with what I've done. Get the kit, it's quite expensive, but from someone on a very tight budget recently, I still believe it's worth it.



I haven't used Lustre Paste, but so far this is idiot proof with little learning curve, and IMHO allows a new form of micro-layering.



Will those of us who bought the kit already get the guide?
Working on shade guides which is a much more involved process. I don't want to over promise and under deliver so I will share more when we know more.
Thanks!
 
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@KIM what if we do a really nice single central, or such, and have some nice Structure ridges and Inc effects and it comes back for
a touch up on the shade. Not enough to remake it, but what could be done with MiYO stains. Are we toast, in that the ~40 degree
higher temp to run a stain will glass our Structure enhancements? Is there a how low can you go Limbo glaze out there that we could mix with the stains,
that would fire at 700c without being water so soluble in the mouth?

edit: or do we just use the stains with a little extra of the glaze mixed in, fire it at 720c and if it comes out with a bit of matte finish, hand polish it with a silicone wheel, or with some diamond paste?
 
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@KIM what if we do a really nice single central, or such, and have some nice Structure ridges and Inc effects and it comes back for
a touch up on the shade. Not enough to remake it, but what could be done with MiYO stains. Are we toast, in that the ~40 degree
higher temp to run a stain will glass our Structure enhancements? Is there a how low can you go Limbo glaze out there that we could mix with the stains,
that would fire at 700c without being water so soluble in the mouth?

edit: or do we just use the stains with a little extra of the glaze mixed in, fire it at 720c and if it comes out with a bit of matte finish, hand polish it with a silicone wheel, or with some diamond paste?
Sorry it took me so long to reply, it's been a crazy couple of days!
So, the really cool thing is that you can totally touch it up with MiYO Color Glazes and fire it really anywhere between 700-760c depending on your furnace and your MiYO high temp. You will not lose the detail in the Structure that you've already applied. The MiYO Color Glazes self glaze so you don't need to add anything on top of them. We've even played with them below 700c just to see and they still pretty good....You absolutely can also hand polish after firing if you like, that's up to you.
 
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Sorry it took me so long to reply, it's been a crazy couple of days!
So, the really cool thing is that you can totally touch it up with MiYO Color Glazes and fire it really anywhere between 700-760c depending on your furnace and your MiYO high temp. You will not lose the detail in the Structure that you've already applied. The MiYO Color Glazes self glaze so you don't need to add anything on top of them. We've even played with them below 700c just to see and they still pretty good....You absolutely can also hand polish after firing if you like, that's up to you.
No problem and thanks for the helpful reply, Kevin, that's good to know :)
 
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Sorry it took me so long to reply, it's been a crazy couple of days!
So, the really cool thing is that you can totally touch it up with MiYO Color Glazes and fire it really anywhere between 700-760c depending on your furnace and your MiYO high temp. You will not lose the detail in the Structure that you've already applied. The MiYO Color Glazes self glaze so you don't need to add anything on top of them. We've even played with them below 700c just to see and they still pretty good....You absolutely can also hand polish after firing if you like, that's up to you.
is the miyo material fluorescent?
 
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I just heard that a fellow DLN'r, Subrisi is joining the MiYO family, welcome Angelika! Can't wait to hear what you think!
 
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The only thing keeping me from buying MiYo, is that I don't care for my Jensen rep., she drives me nuts.
 
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The only thing keeping me from buying MiYo, is that I don't care for my Jensen rep., she drives me nuts.
This stuff is amazing. Please dont let that be the reason!
 
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