One step back, two steps forward
1) Single central
2) Lithium disilicate
4) Individual stratification
The indication of single central restorations with lithium disilicate has so far been a taboo for me. After the first attempts with the Zi-F, it was clear that this system will provide completely new approaches. The symbiosis of opaque masses and the blanks achieve unique results.
What surprised me most was the fact that an early pottery was able to achieve such a beautiful depth and natural result.To me, this ceramic closes the gap to the restorations with lithium disilicate in the aesthetic front- and side-teeth area in such a simple and elegant way.In combination with the lithium disilicate, wonderful and unique results are obtainable both for unexperienced as well as advanced ceramists.
In this one day hands-on course, we are going to create a single central with creation Zi-F on a pressed GC coping.
About the Instructor: Claus-Peter Schulz
Claus-Peter Schulz born 1982 in Karlsruhe/Germany.
Apprenticeship as a dental technician from 1999-2003.
He worked as a dental technician in Baden-Baden in his fathers laboratory.
In 2007 he moved to Stuttgart and worked in the laboratory of Peter Biekert where he collected experience in ceramics.
In 2010 he graduated from the Master dental technician school.
2011 he and his brother started there own business in Baden-Baden/Germany.
From 2006-2012, he visited several courses of Andreas Nolte, Hubert Schenk, Michel Magne, Sascha Hein, Thomas Sing and Murilo Calgaro.