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Masterpiece: Urszula Młynarska

VITA patient case Urszula Młynarska. The crowns directly following cementation.
VITA patient case Urszula Młynarska. Shape and functionality.
VITA patient case Urszula Młynarska. Restorations veneered using VMK Master®

Urszula Młynarska's patient case

Anterior crowns on teeth 12, 11, 21, 22. Made up of VITA VMK Master®

Initial situation
Initial situation

Initial situation

Metal post abutments from the restoration 12 years previously, with dark, discolored tooth substance.

Step 2 Metal framework
Step 2 Metal framework

Step 2

Metal framework with reduced vestibular margin for the ceramic shoulder.

Step 3. The fired opaque layer
Step 3. The fired opaque layer

Step 3

The fired opaque layer. The ceramic shoulder was built up using fluorescent MARGIN material. Shade 2R2.5, MARGIN material M3.

Step 4 Luminary material
Step 4 Luminary material

Step 4

Luminary material: these materials offer similar fluorescence to MARGIN material. The layering in the margin area is approx 2 mm thick. In the tooth neck area, a mixture of LM2 LUMINARY material (sand shades) and LM3 (yellow) is used, the central area is filled using LM3, and the edges coated with LM1 (white).

Step 5 Luminary effect
Step 5 Luminary effect

Step 5

Luminary effect after firing.

Step 6 Translucent layer
Step 6 Translucent layer

Step 6

Translucent layer before application of the ENAMEL material. The irregular surface gives the incisal area a natural appearance.

Step 7 VMK Master ceramic after initial firing.
Step 7 VMK Master ceramic after initial firing.

Step 7

VMK Master® ceramic after initial firing. Inlays of VITA INTERNO material support the shade effect.

Step 8 Corrective firing
Step 8 Corrective firing

Step 8

Corrective firing: The neck area is masked using CERVICAL material, the central area with TRANSLUCENT (white) material, and finally, the incisal edge with a mixture of ENAMEL, TRANSLUCENT and DENTINE materials.

Step 9 Crowns after firing
Step 9 Crowns after firing

Step 9

Crowns after firing for the second time: marginal ridges and the surface structure are made visible with a pencil and silver powder.

Step 10 The crowns directly following cementation
Step 10 The crowns directly following cementation

Step 10

The crowns directly following cementation.

Step 11 Shape and functionality
Step 11 Shape and functionality

Step 11

Shape and functionality: the progression of the upper incisal edges matches those of the lower jaw.

Step 12 Natural surface shine: restorations veneered using VMK Master®
Step 12 Natural surface shine: restorations veneered using VMK Master®

Step 12

Natural surface shine: Restorations veneered using VMK Master® meet the expectations of the practitioner and the patient.

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