Clinical Guide II - Practice Guideline
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CLINICAL GUIDE II PRACTICE GUIDELINE

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Zolid FX | Amann Girrbach

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Surface treatment

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PREPARATION RECOMMENDATIONS AND MATERIAL PARAMETERS FOR ZOLID The use of Zolid brings a high degree of reliability, esthetics and clinical benefits. The material allows supragingival preparation due to its tooth-like color, thus enabling easier cementation and preparation control. When planning, it is important to distinguish between monolithic and ceramic veneered restorations. The consideration of minimum wall thicknesses, preparation guidelines and the creation of sufficient space for the veneer ceramics in anatomically reduced work have a marked influence on the quality and...

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^ zolid MMf DNA GENERATION PREPARATION RECOMMENDATIONS AND DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR ZOLID DESIGN PARAMETERS FOR ZOLID SHT / HT / LT - UP TO MAX. 3-PONTIC BRIDGES Designation and assignment of zirconia materials SHT= Zolid FX, Zolid FX Multilayer HT= Zolid HT+, Zolid HT+ Preshades, Zolid Gen-X LT= ZI

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Zolid Gen-X | Amann Girrbach

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M^DNA GENERATION Before each preparation it is important that the dentist and dental technician agree which zirconia is to be used for the subsequent restoration. This ensures that all the correct preparation parameters are complied with for the respective material. The principle of preparation is to remove as little hard tooth substance as possible, but still as much as is required for the material thickness of the restoration. If insufficient tooth substance is available or if the clinical crown height is too low, it is recommended to prepare retention grooves in the stump. The Zolid...

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PREPARATION FOR CONVENTIONAL AND ADHESIVE CEMENTATION VENEERS AND CROWNS IN THE ANTERIOR REGION 1 Initial situation with pronounced attrition and insufficient fillings in the anterior tooth region 5 Mock-up is separated from the natural tooth Images and texts: Dr. Michael Fischer, Pfullingen 2 Preparation of a mock-up using the silicone key 6 Preparation of the crown alignment 12 mm torpedo (green ringed) 3 The original length of the anterior teeth is achieved by using the mock-up 7 Reduction palatal with football (green ringed) 4 Separation with coarse torpedo 12 mm (green ringed) 8 Fine...

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PREPARATION FOR CONVENTIONAL AND ADHESIVE CEMENTATION VENEERS AND CROWNS IN THE ANTERIOR REGION 9 Palatal finish with football (red ringed) 13 Occlusal perspective of the final anterior tooth preparation Images and texts: Dr. Michael Fischer, Pfullingen 10 Final smoothing with Eva file (red ringed) or with the Abrasive Arkansas FG of the Zolid Preparation Dent Kit 14 Occlusal perspective of the final inserted restorations Check of the final spatial conditions using the silicone key Final preparation with minimal loss of substance The incorporated restorations fit harmoniously into the oral...

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PREPARATION FOR CONVENTIONAL AND ADHESIVE CEMENTATION PREMOLAR, MOLAR OF A POSTERIOR BRIDGE 1 Separation of the premolar with interdental wedge / adjacent tooth protection 5 Preparation of the crown alignment 45° and fine preparation of the chamfer with torpedo 12 mm (red ringed) Images and texts: Dr. Michael Fischer, Pfullingen 2 Separation with coarse torpedo 12 mm (green ringed) 6 Incisal trimming with football (green ringed) for optimal esthetic results 3 Occlusal view after separation 7 Occlusal finish with fine football (red ringed) 4 Pre-preparation 12 mm torpedo (green ringed) 8...

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PREPARATION FOR CONVENTIONAL AND ADHESIVE CEMENTATION PREMOLAR, MOLAR OF A POSTERIOR BRIDGE WITH RETENTION GROOVES FOR SHORT CLINICAL CROWNS 9 Pre-preparation of the posterior crown with 12 mm torpedo (green ringed) 13 Applying the retention groove with conical roller (red ringed) in particular for short stumps, to ensure optimum retention of the restoration Images and texts: Dr. Michael Fischer, Pfullingen 10 Fine preparation of the chamfer with torpedo 12 mm (red ringed) 14 Occlusal view, preparation visible throughout Preparation of the crown alignment 45° Applying the retention groove...

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Zolid FX Multilayer | Amann Girrbach

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Zolid FX Multilayer | Amann Girrbach

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M^DNA GENERATION These are recommendations only! Please observe the respective information of the manufacturers.

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Zolid FX Multilayer | Sandi Trkulja, Mauro Ahmic

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Surface treatment

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SURFACE TREATMENT Especially with monolithic restorations made of zirconia, it is important to polish the contact surfaces after processing in order to avoid possible abrasion on the opposite tooth. During the try-in of the restorations, the static and dynamic occlusion contacts are checked. If imperfections are subsequently reworked, grinding must be carried out with the correct abrasives. The new Polishing Dent Kit from Amann Girrbach is ideal for polishing zirconia in the patient's mouth. The polishing heads are available in different shapes and grades for optimum high-gloss polishing...

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ZOLID POLISHING DENT-KIT FOR OPTIMUM HIGH-GLOSS POLISHING AND SURFACE QUALITY 1. GRINDING WITH DIAMOND OR GRINDING TOOLS 2. POLISHING WITH SWIVEL OR FLAME DIAMOND POLISHER Diamond for grinding zirconium oxide at speeds of 160,000 rpm Diamond polishers for smoothing and polishing at a speed of 10,000-12,000 rpm Grinding tool for grinding zirconium oxide at speeds of 25,000 rpm Diamond polishers for smoothing and polishing at a speed of 7,000-12,000 rpm 3. HIGH GLOSS POLISHING SWIVEL OR FLAME DIAMOND POLISHERS Diamond polishers for high gloss polishing with a speed of 10,000-12,000 rpm...

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AUSTRIA (HEADQUARTERS) Amann Girrbach AG Koblach, Austria Fon +43 5523 62333-105 austria@amanngirrbach.com GERMANY Amann Girrbach GmbH Pforzheim, Germany Fon +49 7231 957-100 germany@amanngirrbach.com ITALY Amann Girrbach Italia srl Verona, Italy Fon +39 045 9813970 europe@amanngirrbach.com FRANCE Amann Girrbach France SAS Jossigny, France Fon +43 5523 62333-105 europe@amanngirrbach.com NORTH AMERICA Amann Girrbach North America, LP Charlotte, NC, U.S.A. Fon +1 704 837 1404 america@amanngirrbach.com BRAZIL Amann Girrbach Brasil LTDA Curitiba, Brazil Fon +55 41 3287 0897...

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