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VIDENT WORKSHOP OFFERS HANDS-ON EXPERIENCE IN SELECTING AND CUSTOMIZING RESTORATIONS


July 3, 2012
by Vident

     Vident’s hands-on, shade consistency workshop guides participants through a complete understanding of the material science and clinical applications of CAD/CAM milled ceramics and low-wear rate porcelain. Attendees will learn about stain and glaze techniques and their application to conventional porcelain fused-to-metal, all-ceramic and CAD/CAM milled ceramic restorations. Use of the VITA Classical and 3D-Master® shade guides will be clearly explained, factoring in both underlying tooth preparations and adhesive bonding influences for CEREC considerations. The use of the VITA Easyshade® Compact digital shade-taking device, which offers unparalleled accuracy and speed in shade determination, will also be covered. Additional topics will include surface texture, axial contour enhancement, cutback and VITA VM®9 layering techniques, color science and shade, occlusal morphology, esthetic color effects, optimizing marginal fit and Akzent modifiers. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will receive 4 CE credit hours.

VITA Shade Selection workshops are offered on the following dates and locations:

Date:                                        Location:

September 12, 2012                East Elmhurst, NY

September 14, 2012               New York,NY

 

To register for the workshop, call Norma Tinajero at 800-828-3839, x238, or register online at www.vident.com/courses.                

           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. For information regarding Vident and VITA products call 800-828-3839 or visit Vident’s website at www.vident.com.


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