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Ivoclar Vivadent operates in three product areas. In these three areas we offer dentists and dental technicians products and product systems that support them across the entire treatment and fabrication process and enable them to achieve esthetic results.

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  • 2017-08-17

    Are you unsure about the correct way to calibrate your dental furnace? Then you are in good company. These are questions often asked by dental technicians: (Why) Do ceramic furnaces need to be calibrated? Which options are there? Which is the best method? The most important answers can be found here.

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  • 2017-08-10

    Do you already know the new Viteo Base - the titanium bonding base for implant-supported single-tooth restorations? If you do not, then it is time to get to know this dental innovation, for it comes with many new features and thus numerous advantageous. For instance, you can quickly and easily shorten the shaft height of the base. This means that the titanium bonding base allows you to enjoy a high degree of flexibility and enables you to easily adhere to the required minimum material thicknesses. A laser marking on the shaft indicates the minimum shaft height (4 mm).

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  • 2017-08-03

    They are an experienced duo: dentist Stéfan Koubi and dental technician Gérald Ubassy from France. Learn from the two how the integration of nature can open up completely new possibilities in the esthetic design of dental restorations.

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  • 2017-08-22

    Many dentists find it difficult to decide when to use which type of composite. The choice of composite resins is immense and includes flowable versus sculptable and conventional versus bulk-fill materials. If you are among those dental professionals who are caught in the dilemma presented by this wide spectrum of products, read on.

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  • 2017-08-15

    Do many of your patients have oral problem areas, for example, as a result of brackets, implants or removable dentures? Are you unsure about what kind of at-home oral hygiene measures to recommend in these cases?

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  • 2017-08-08

    Depending on the material thickness, shade and opacity of an indirect restoration, the amount of light reaching the luting composite can be significantly reduced. You should therefore make certain that the light unit emits a sufficiently high light intensity when curing through indirect restorations in particular. This is essential to ensure that an adequate amount of light passes through the crown or inlay to reach the luting composite and attain an adequate cure in the light- or dual-curing composite.

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