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Shade Taking Protocols in Indirect Restorations

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Shade taking for indirect restorations is a very critical step that can effectively decide the fate of the restorations. The shad taking protocols include the shade of the natural teeth, shade of the prepared tooth, shade of the cement to be used for luting & the shade of the block that will be milled or pressed for the fabrication of the restoration . this lecture will make everyone understand the step-by-step protocols needed for getting a perfect restoration that matches the adjacent natural teeth or restorations.

Date Added:
7/9/2020

Author(s):

Sagar J. Abichandani, BDS, MDS Sagar J. Abichandani, BDS, MDS
DR. SAGAR J. ABICHANDANI completed graduation (BDS) from Dr.DY.Patil Dental College and Hospital, Mumbai. INDIA and post graduation (MDS) in ‘prosthodontics’ from Shri ...
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