What to expect when you go to the dentist for an indirect restoration?

Tuesday, September 3, 2019Description :
GC Initial LiSi Press restorations animated video for patients GC presents an animated video of the procedure for indirect restorations with the lithium disilicate from GC: Initial LiSi Press. The video describes the standard procedure of making an indirect restoration, which is a joint work of the dentist and the lab technician. First, the patient goes to the dentist who after preparing the tooth, makes an impression and sends it to the lab technician with instructions on how the final restoration should look. In the meantime, the dentist places a temporary restoration on the patient’s mouth. After a week or two the technician has finished the restoration using Initial LiSi Press and sends it back to the dentist who places it in the patient’s mouth permanently with a luting agent. In this video GC shows Initial LiSi Press: a beautiful anterior veneer, strong posterior crowns on implants, bridges or simple inlay/onlays are all possible with Initial LiSi Press. This pressable lithium disilicate ceramic combines the advantages of modern ceramics with exceptional ease of handling. Its unique High Density Micronization technology (HDM) uses uniformly dispersed lithium disilicate microcrystals to fill the entire glass matrix. This material has the perfect balance between strength and aesthetics, especially as it is very nicely combined with layering ceramics of the Initial line from GC. From Initial LiSi to Initial Spectrum Stains the range of ceramic layering options from GC is large enough to offer a solution to every clinical case. The natural opalescence and chroma make it very easy to mimick the aesthetics of the natural tooth. Therefore Initial LiSi Press is the preferred choice of the dentist and the lab technician alike.

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