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Here is a case I did on my wife's cousin.  She had a trauma a few years ago that resulted in the tooth darkening quite a bit.  We did the endo and tried internally bleaching twice and it was not successful.  We decided to do a single unit veneer to correct both the dark color and the minor rotation.

The case was done in Biogeneric and the material was Vita Mk II 1M1 with stain and glaze. 


Very nice as always! What cement and shade did you use to block out stump? Stain and glaze too? thanks


On 8/7/2017 at 11:54 am, David Edelson said...

Very nice as always! What cement and shade did you use to block out stump? Stain and glaze too? thanks

I find that Feldspathic porcelain (Vita) does a good job on it's own blocking minor discolorations in the tooth.  I actually used Variolink Veneer Neutral (precursor to Variolink Esthetic).  I stained and glazed with Ivoclar Universal stains and Ivocolor glaze.


Exceptionally good!

Mark


Impressive!  I really like the white stain.  Great prep too.


Great Case Mike!


Incredible.


Looks AWESOME! What setting and firing temperature do we use on the programat to fire that? Can you use emax glaze?


Looks great!  I always love how Mark II does in anterior


Looks fantastic!  I really like Vita Mark II.  I'm wondering how will it look if you combine materials? Do you recommend that?  For example, an anterior 3 unit bridge (where eMax B32 blocks are only available in LT) with some single units adjacent to it using Vita?

Thanks you your input.


On 8/7/2017 at 12:04 pm, Aaron Tinkle said...

Impressive!  I really like the white stain.  Great prep too.

Beautiful biomimetics.


Beautiful case Mike, especially on that high-pressure "family dentistry."

Curious...did you consider using Biogeneric Reference for this?

On 8/7/2017 at 6:39 pm, Cary Austin said... Beautiful case Mike, especially on that high-pressure "family dentistry."

Curious...did you consider using Biogeneric Reference for this?

I don't use it much honestly.  Just use what's most predictable for me.


Beautiful work!