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Next Generation Pressable Ceramics – Getting More with Less! 
Presenter: Steve Campbell and Thomas Telfer
Credits:  1 CEU , 1 CPD Release Date: 7/19/18
CE Supporter: Dentsply UK   Expiration Date: 7/19/21

In this webinar we will share the unique advantages that pressable ceramics offer both the laboratory and surgery. The latest generation of ceramics offer a time and cost effective route to producing natural, life like restorations due to their unique workability, and followability which allows us to press much thinner structures and get more units per press while maintaining high strength structures with superior light transmission properties. This allows us to create a colour stable pressed structures which in many cases require minimal ceramic layering in turn allowing the technicians and surgeons to focus on the ever increasing patient demands for strong and stable restorations that look like their natural teeth.

The training session will provide the knowledge to work with and understand the unique advantages of the latest pressable ceramic systems, including Celtra Press from Dentsply Sirona. Upon completion of this webinar, the participant will:
• Understand the unique benefits that pressable ceramics, such as Celtra Press, can offer
• Understand the different workflows and differences to other pressing materials to get the best results from Celtra Press
• Discover the new layering techniques and time saving possibilities of using Celtra Press as part of your labs restorative solutions   ( disclaimer, bio and commercial disclosure )

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