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Three areas of strength

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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Dentist Blog

Dental Technician Blog

  • 23/05/2017

    For many dentists, crafting modern, high-quality composite fillings is a challenge. Are you one of them? Among other factors, the modelling process has a decisive influence on the long-term success of the treatment. Therefore, it must be smooth and efficient.

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  • 16/05/2017

    As they are small chemical power plants, rechargeable batteries require careful handling - even in curing lights. For long and trouble-free use, we have listed three helpful tips for you. Taking these points into consideration will help for sure.

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  • 09/05/2017

    Many chlorhexidine gels have an unpleasant bitter and sharp taste. And so patients often do not apply them as directed by their dentist. Some patients do not even use them at all, even if they should. We have a piece of advice that may help you to increase the compliance among your patients.

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  • 18/05/2017

    Are you a laboratory professional and you want to document your work with images? Do you already know which criteria are important in selecting a suitable camera but you are unsure which lens you should be using? We can come to your aid here. Read on about dental photography!  

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  • 11/05/2017

    Are you looking for a quicker and easier way to fabricate complete dentures? Do you want to achieve more predictable results? If yes, then why not think about combining complete denture prosthetics with CAD/CAM technique. Read on to learn why.

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  • 04/05/2017

    The Inn-Keramik dental laboratory is located in the heart of the city of Innsbruck, Austria. There, three highly experienced dental technicians have been working together successfully for the past eleven years: they are Christoph Zobler, Max Wörishofer and Harald Gritsch, all dental technicians. In this second part of our interview with Christoph Zobler, he addresses the use of zirconium oxide and the press technique and the benefits of pressing a ceramic core on root posts.

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