If you’re interested with learning more about characterization of your dental ceramics, I have produced a video for Dental Town’s CE program. Go HERE.
Learn how to bring “life” to your CAD/CAM and other ceramic restorations with perfect stain and glazing. Our imaging and milling capabilities have come so far over the years, but one thing remains certain: characterization of the ceramic is necessary for a higher level of aesthetics. This video is for doctors currently characterizing their restorations as well as to doctors and assistants that are starting to explore the opportunities with custom characterization. Learn how to expertly achieve great results.
Description of Speaker:
Dr. Todd Ehrlich graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School and served as president of its Alumni Association. He is a certified CEREC Trainer through the International Society for Computerized Dentistry, Sirona Dental Systems, and Patterson Dental. His “Cerecology” training program is considered one of the premiere training seminars for the CEREC method. He is a beta tester for CEREC and Emax CAD. He has lectured internationally on dental CAD/CAM technologies, and has published articles relating to practice management, digital photography, and the CEREC method in numerous dental trade journals. His case presentations are well known for his attention to detail, aesthetics, and photography. He serves as one of the few Administrators on Dentaltown’s Web site forums. Dr. Ehrlich runs a successful family and cosmetic practice outside of Austin, Texas with his wife, Kristine.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to achieve the following:
- 1. Discuss materials and items necessary for high quality results for posterior restorations.
- 2. Detailed review of proper mixing and application of glaze and stains and shades.
- 3. Design custom shade tabs and guides for reference.
- 4. Review techniques for predictable outcomes for glazing: liquid and spray.
- 5. Discuss lithim disilicate (Emax CAD) characterization prior to crystallization.
Dr. Ehrlich declares that neither he nor any member of his family have a financial arrangement or affiliation with any corporate organization offering financial support or grant monies for this continuing dental education program, nor does he have a financial interest in any commercial product(s) or service(s) he will discuss in the presentation other than the fact that Dr. Ehrlich does disclose that he is an Advanced Trainer of Cerec and does have a finanical interest in training dentists the use of Cerec.
* A high speed Internet connection to view this course is highly recommended, but not required. A dial up connection will cause pauses in the audio and slides to load up slowly.