With the book "watch and do it yourself" Realization of 1 ceramic crown and 1 layered veneer
Gérald Ubassy proposes a course, where you can make 1 crown on ceramic e.max Press or Zirconium and a 1 veneer layered on pressed framework.
The goal, is to better understand their stratification by always making a parallel between the two, but especially to optimize the result, according to the clinical constraints and the aesthetic requirements.
There is also talk, to demystify the realization of the veneer by presenting a technique accessible to all, allowing production work.
Throughout these two days, Gerald Ubassy will use his latest book "Watch and do it yourself" to analyze its various layerings.
The restorations will be made with a semi-adjustable articulator that the participant will bring along to the course.
The participant will prepare in his laboratory :
2 single frameworks in e.max Press (MO1) or LTA1, at his/her choice.
1 gingival flange (plaster, soft resin, etc)
2 wax patterns for esthetics and shapes
Those frameworks, ( adjusted to 0,4mm for veneer ) will be seated on the preparation without carrying out the connection firing.
For those who don’t have the pressed system, at their request, we can make the frameworks.
INSTRUCTION FOR PREPARATION
The course participant will receive 3 models :
1 upper model with 3 preparations.
1 lower model with antagonists.
1 study model.
1st day: 9h00 to 12h00 am– 2h00 to 6h00 pm Theory and practise
- Ideas on frameworks design
- Ideas on colours
- Control of hue, chroma and value
- Ideas and control of translucence
- Ideas of absorption and reflection of light
- Analysis of the layering according to the book "Watch and do it yourself".
- Control of the color on the framework and wash firing
- Realization of 1st bake of the crown and the veneer
2nd day : 9h00 to 12h00 am– 2h00 to 6h00 pm Practise
- Realization of 2ndbake
- Rational and didactic study of tooth shapes
- Study of function
- Glaze and mechanic polishing.
* Ceramic porcelain used during course : IVOCLAR e.Max ceramic.
Please take along your small working instruments.