Elements of Design -- Natural Anterior

Sep 10th, 2009Sep 12th, 2009
This intensive two-and-a-half-day course defines the parameters necessary for creating ultimate function and aesthetics with today's new pressed ceramic and zirconia technologies. Through lecture and instructor demonstration, students will explore the "light dancing" system of mapping teeth into individual areas and addressing those areas with their color concerns. Of utmost importance in the creation of natural ceramic restorations is the modeling of the materials. This aspect is approached in a very precise and systemized format that will allow technicians to complete all coronal contours and occlusal anatomy in the modeling process. Students will be given a structured approach for creating natural anatomical tooth form with balancing symmetry, asymmetry, subtle shape, and color nuances.
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