Written by Dentistry Today Friday, 15 February 2013 14:40
Training focused on polishing techniques for the new hybrid material as well as staining and glazing. The team also attended lectures from prominent CEREC dentists and laboratories, who shared their innovative cases and results. Enamic can be processed using the Sirona CEREC and inLab systems, where milling can be completed more quickly and with significantly less tool wear, saving valuable time and resources. A CEREC Master Training Course was taking place in the German language at the same time, and a translator was brought in so that the team could gain exposure to advanced techniques using Enamic.
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, Easyshade Compact, VITABLOCS MARK II and other quality VITA restorative materials. For information on VITA Enamic and other quality products, call 800-828-3839 or visit www.vident.com.
Photo Caption: VITA Clinical Specialists Lane Card (Western states) and Trina Moskal (New England) polish VITA Enamic crowns