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Full arch Zirconia CAD/Cam Restoration -Clinical and Laboratory procedures...
Thu, Jun 15, 2017, 2:00 PM – Sat, Jun 17, 2017, 5:00 PM PDT
The course will begin with an evening lecture on June 15th:
We will cover:
- How to take accurate impression for zirconia full arch implant .
- How to make accurate model for zirconia full arch implant .
- How to make accurate bite for Upper and Lower for full arch restoration.
- Designing the full Upper and lower Zirconia restoration frame work.
- Understanding differences between root support and implant support restoration.
- How to control tissue hygiene under the screw retain restoration.
- Understanding opal effect and non opal effect with translucent zirconia restoration.
- Introducing new concept of full counter full arch zirconia restoration.
- Controlling surface texture on Full counter Zirconia
- Understanding opacity and chroma control cervical and incisor areas based on light -trasmittance date.
- understanding preventing micro bubble in porcelain.
- Under standing how to build up life looking pink porcelain on zirconia restoration.
- Understanding firing schedule for Full arch zirconia restoration.
- Understanding perfect bonding metal insert and zirconia restoration.
- Benefit of full arch screw retain zirconia restoration.
The following two-days (June 16th, June 17th) will be the hands-on portion of the course:
- Defining the protocol between the clinic and laboratory to create a full arch zirconia restoration. (Based on experiences with Dean McNeel DDS and Luke's development)
- Designing frameworks using Translucent Zirconia
- Understanding opal effect and non-opal effect with Translucent Zirconia
- Understanding opacity and chroma control at cervical and incisor area based on light transmittance data with Creation Zi-F
- Controlling the quality of baking your porcelain restoration and surface texture on Translucent Zirconia
- Understanding unique differences of color, value, and opal characteristics of CC, Zi-F, and CT
Participants will receive a model and zirconia bridge upon arrival.
Porcelain build-up brush and carving instruments
Burs and diamond for high speed hand piece
Points you would normally use to grind porcelain
Luke Hasegawa, CDT, graduated from Japan’s prestigious Niigata Dental University for Dental Technicians in 1995 and completed a program at Tokyo Dental and Medical University for Dental Technicians in 1997.
He received the “Special Article Award” by the International Dental Technology Association in 1997 for his published article “Light Transmitted Porcelain and Composite Resin Material”,
Additional honors include three gold medal awards from the Florida Dental Association smile competition in 2008.
He has had the privilege of being mentored by world pioneer technicians Mr. Willi Geller and Mr. Naoki Aiba. Luke was invited to join Mr. Geller's Oral Design group in 2009. He is lecturing world wide.
In 1998 he immigrated to Canada from Japan as a dental technologist and now works in Dr. Dean Mcneel’s in-house lab since 2010. He resides with his wife and two daughter in Fayetteville Arkansas in the United States.
He has been a certified dental technician in the United States since 2007