GC Initial LiSi Master Course
Stefan Roozen, Zürich, Switzerland, NEW DATE! 2nd of February 2019
instead of 20th October 2018
The symbiosis between Initial LiSi & Initial LiSi Press extends the circle of the Initial family and creates aesthetic possibilities with a new dimension. This Hands-On Course aims to demonstrate the versatility of the LiSi Press system
During the build up of an anterior case it will be demonstrated how highly aesthetic results can be achieved through different approaches. Step by step, the individual stages from the framework design to the finished restoration will be worked out. The participants will be taught the knowledge behind the different levels of transparency of the material and their impact on the achievement of natural results. The used layering technique follows nature and creates a seamless transition from material to natural structures.
As well as achieving great effects with minimal effort, the hands-on course will touch upon the following additional points:
- Press parameters and processing of LiSi PressVest
- Selection of the correct press ingot
- Staining technique and characterization with Lustre Pastes NF
- Cut-back technique and internal customization
- Combining Initial LiSi Press with Initial LiSi veneering ceramics
- Natural analogue layering technique
About the master
Stefan Roozen was born in Tyrol in 1980. In 1995 he began his training as a dental technician, graduating in 1999 in Salzburg. Since then he attended numerous training courses at home and abroad. In 2001 he started at Pils Zahn-technik GmbH where he still works today as laboratory manager and deputy of the management. In 2002, he attended the master school in Baden / Vienna, where he graduated in 2003 as a master. His main areas of work are complex prosthetic reconstruction (tooth and implant supported), demanding restorations in the aesthetic and functional area. He is the author of several international publications, external speaker at the Austrian master school, speaker and co-speaker at international course and congress events focusing on fixed reconstructions, Ceramic, implantology, prosthetics and CAD-CAM.
Registrations are closed.