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VIDENT PRESENTS HANDS-ON, PORCELAIN SYSTEM TRAINING COURSE FOR NAIT STUDENTS


November 30, 2011
by Vident

Second-year students attending the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) recently participated in a hands-on training course on VITA VM13 porcelains. Led by well-known lecturers Jason Lohr, RDT, CDT and Ken Chizick, RDT, CDT, attendees learned how to use a modified 3D Ceramic Build-up and an Advanced 3D Ceramic Build-up technique. The purpose of the course was to demonstrate the versatility of using VITA VM13 porcelains for several metal ceramics applications by utilizing a step-by-step technique. Each participant was given the knowledge and tools to build two anterior restorations with special emphasis placed on exploring color.            Vident has been a provider of innovative dental products since 1985 and is the North American subsidiary of VITA, manufacturer of the internationally recognized Classical Shade Guide, 3D-Master Shade System, VITA Easyshade Compact digital shade-taking device and quality VITA restorative materials.            To register for a course or for information on a specific course, call Norma Tinajero at 800-828-3839 x238. For information regarding Vident and VITA products call 800-828-3839 or visit Vident’s web site at www.vident.com.

Participants:

Back Row Left to Right:

Jason Lohr, RDT, CDT (Instructor, Fixed Prosthodontics for NAIT) Edmonton, AB

Ken Chizick, RDT, CDT (Instructor for Vident/VITA) Winnipeg, MB

Chris Breunig, student

Marie-Michele Beaudin, student

Lisa Almoneda, student

Nicky Pethick, student

Anna Nham, student

Alanna Arden, student

Yousef Oweis, student

Amanuel Betsuamlack, student

Steven Jagpal, student

Aidan Bryant, student

Mary-Jane Scragg (NAIT Instructor)

 

Front Row Left to Right:

Suane Chan, student

Sara Syed, student

Jade Connors, student

Kris Puzon, student

Laila Akbari, student

Devon Cainey, student

Brenda Bortnick, student

 


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