Cement is the key to the repair process, especially when indirect repairs must be performed. The use of cement does require delicate elements, especially when removing excess material.
"There is an interesting thin line," said Dr. Flucke. "If you put it too early, cement is still really nostrils, it's hard to remove, you can leave a small drop. If you put it too long, it will stick to the crown you are working on or On the neighboring teeth, it becomes difficult to get off the road. Most of the cement in the market goes through the gel phase. When they start to solidify, they rise from the viscosity of the maple syrup to the viscosity of the Play-Doh, which is called Gel phase.When they are in the gel phase, you can hold an instrument, just drag it to the neck of the teeth, the cement will fall off immediately.The gel phase is the simplest, the best cleaning time.
However, Dr. Fluke pointed out that Kerr's Maxcem Elite Chroma dental equipment can more easily remove excess, because when it reaches the gel stage, it will change color.
Although intra-oral scanning is a popular innovation, there are still a few things to say about the old-school approach - especially in the laboratory's best work.
Dr. Patel said: "Sometimes, it is a good idea to use thermal-sensitive putty in the past and get an impression from it. This is a good method," Patel said. "Leave away from using triple trays to make similar 18- or 19-year-old crowns, and we don't have remote blocking. For the lab, if you give them a quadrant impression rather than a complete arch, then installing this case is really Difficult.The doctors are very interesting: they can't understand the $5 to fill the entire tray of impression material, so they only make a quadrant, but most of the time, this rise is not correct, but then the crown is restored. This is very high. They shout in the lab, 'The lab doesn't know what they are doing'."
Computers are the backbone of dental clinics and laboratories, and software makes them everything.
Computer-aided design (CAD) software can be located in a lab or doctor's office. This is the software that designs the restoration before it is finally sent to the factory.
"We use it primarily for digital parts and dentures, which allows us to use our designs more precisely and create more beautiful restorations," said Marks. "If I'm going to start describing the pain of premolar dentures and then dress them up to fit a part of the missing teeth, especially for the anterior teeth replacement, aesthetics is a top priority and some of the denture labs will sympathize with me. Now with CAD, we can Custom-designed dentures, which were ground by PMMA and characterized using the OPTIGLAZE Color Matching Kit from GC, took RPD aesthetics to another level and provided dental instruments service that helped us stand out from other laboratories.