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The Easy-wet ceramic mixing tray by Charming Dental “Essential for ceramic processing!”
Article Date: Jun 02, 2014 Vol 13, No 6
Friedmar Hutter

 Friedmar Hütter has worked with Easyliquid and the Easy-wet ceramic mixing trays by Charming Dental for some time and would like to explain in the following article why he recommends these products.

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Before and After Flyer
Article Date: Mar 03, 2014 Vol 13, No 3
Katrin Neugebauer, MDT

The dental laboratory Zahntechnik Mehlhorn GmbH, located in the center of Berlin, offers technicians and dentists self-explanatory before and after flyers of patient restorations. After finishing treatment have you often wished you could present your patients with before and after photos or keep these photos for future reference in the patient’s file?
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Reliable articulation-mounting of models using the
Article Date: Feb 03, 2014 Vol 13, No 2
Katrin Neugebauer, MDT

In 2001, Master Dental Technician Claus Küchler developed the Telemaster (a transfer system for telescopes), and there is now yet more practical evidence of his creativity. The device is used to fix model pairs prior to articulation, and is called the "Gecko" system. In the following article, the inventor of this technology describes the system in more detail.
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Adjuncts to Rotary Instrumentation
Article Date: Aug 01, 2012 Vol 11, No 7
Richard Gennaro Jr., DMD

Of all of the technologies seen in a dental office, it could be said that rotary instrumentation is still king. Dentists are both fearfully and comically identified with their drills, and in truth cannot exist without them. For years, many have tried to replace rotarymotion handpieces with other technologies, but at least for the majority of dentists, this has never seemed to work. Lasers are expensive and space consuming, air abrasion is messy, and both still require the use of rotary instruments to bequeath shape to the final prep. After all, any of the lab-made restorations require a specifically shaped geometric counterpart to fit into.

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How to prepare the compression of an intermediary pontic on a plaster model
Article Date: May 01, 2012 Vol 11, No 5
Gerald Ubassy

The perfect adaptation of the compression and the basal support surface of a pontic is always a tricky operation. The aim is to create a pontic that looks like and has the same profile as a natural tooth.

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