CEREC Doctors

Beauty in Simplicity

Displaying 1 to 10 of 10

Bottom of Page

I was organizing some case photos and ran across these pics. 

The first set of veneers were done back in 2007 with the Redcam using Vita Mark II blocks. The new veneers were done in 2016 with the Omnicam using Vita Triluxe blocks and I added staining at the incisal edge to give it the halo effect. I love to to characterize but sometimes there is beauty in the simplicity. 

I did not redo these veneers because they were failing. I redid them because my skills improved and I knew I could do better. This is my charside assistant who I stare at every day and I was so happy she let me redo them. She shows them off to patients all of the time when they are nervous about getting restorations done in the anterior. She is one of my best marketers! 

Going on 13 years of being a CEREC user and I still learn tips daily on how to make my restorations better and increase my skills as a practitioner. I love what we get to do every day!


Nice work! I love this case and more impressive because I know you did this case during a CEREC Live event with VITA with 10 doctors and their teams watching.


Beautiful as always... but apparently under more pressure and scrutiny than usual.... not that you're not a self-scrutinizer with a high bar applause

Mark


Beautiful!  As a CEREC user for less than two years now, I only hope that I am able to produce restorations of that quality at some point in my career.  You have true talent and are an inspiration!  I love what CEREC can do thumbs up


Excellent 10 year challenge. Has Dan ever not been the 1st person to post in your threads?


LOL Jake! Don’t worry, I haven’t commented on some posts or made the wrong comment on other posts and maybe I slept in our family room that night 😂


Great work Kris.


On 1/16/2019 at 7:56 pm, Daniel Wilson said... LOL Jake! Don’t worry, I haven’t commented on some posts or made the wrong comment on other posts and maybe I slept in our family room that night 😂

Behave you 2 lovebirds.

Great case Kris! Love the desire to excel!


Nice case Kristine!

Your work is beautiful. 

JZ