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In this video, Wibke Rosin, Ceramill DRS Product Specialist, briefly explains the advantages of the Ceramill Therm DRS speed sintering furnace, which can be used to sinter a single zirconia crown in just 20 minutes.
In this short video, Wibke Rosin, Ceramill DRS Product Specialist, explains the nesting of a crown in the desired material and how the data is transmitted to the Ceramill Motion DRS milling machine.
The compact Ceramill DRS milling machine is briefly presented here by Wibke Rosin, Ceramill DRS Product Specialist. It impresses with intuitive user flows and a touchpad, through which the machine can be operated easily and quickly. It enables precise fabrication of single-tooth restorations and up to three-unit bridges.
In this video, Wibke Rosin, Ceramill DRS Product Specialist, explains the design of a single crown within the Ceramill Mind DRS software and then goes into detail about the correct placement of this work in the desired material.
The cloud-based solution AG.Live enables simple and fast data exchange of cases between practice and laboratory. Wibke Rosin, Ceramill DRS product specialist, explains exactly how this works in this short video.
In this tutorial, Wibke Rosin, Ceramill DRS Product Specialist, uses a model scan to explain the viewing and control options of a scan.
In this short video, Wibke Rosin explains what is important for intraoral scanning and what needs to be taken into account when scanning on the patient using the Ceramill Map DRS scanner.
Wibke Rosin, Ceramill DRS Product Specialist, provides insights into our cloud-based solution for collaboration between practice and lab in this short video.
Ceramill DRS enables structured patient care and digital, interdisciplinary collaboration between practice and laboratory - our product Ceramill DRS product specialist Wibke Rosin, explains exactly how this works. Thanks to its division into three different kits, this solution offers maximum flexibility.
In this tip Benjamin Votteler from Dentaltechnik Votteler in Germany gives useful tips for the processing of un-sintered zirconia after milling. #NoSurpriseZirconia
In this zirconia clue by Benjamin Votteler, MDT from Dentaltechnik Votteler in Germany, you'll get some tips about how to separate restorations carefully from the blank and what tools are used best. #NoSurpriseZirconia
In this zirconia clue by Benjamin Votteler, MDT from Dentaltechnik Votteler, you’ll get some nice tips concerning the nesting of restorations. Watch now and benefit from a real dental expert. #NoSurpriseZirconia
In this short video, Benjamin Votteler, a longterm experienced Zolid zirconia user, shares his valuable tip within the design process for zirconia restorations.
In this video tutorial you will learn about the cost-efficient and time-saving fabrication of digital dentures within the Ceramill workflow. The milling of dental arches and denture bases with Ivoclar's Ivotion materials is available within the Ceramill system since this years software upgrade 4.1.
Perry J. Carroll, CDT (Perry’s Dental Lab, Fitzgerald) and Richard Jentsch (Amanngirrbach North America) dive deep into the world of Ceramill Sintron in this webinar recording (June 2018). Besides material parameters and possible application range, Perry Carroll shares his experience and tips about the handling and usage of the dry millable CoCr sintering metal.
This video shows you how to apply the facebow correctly on the patient and how the registration with the bite fork is fixed for a safe transport into the dental lab.
This tutorial shows you how to clean the water tank of the Ceramill Motion DRS mill.
This tutorial shows you how to calibrate the Ceramill Motion DRS mill.
This tutorial shows you how to clean the collet of the Ceramill Motion DRS mill.
This tutorial shows you how to properly clean the Ceramill Motion DRS mill.
This tutorial shows you how to properly clean and sterilize the tips of the intraoral scanner Ceramill Map DRS.
This short animation shows you how to use the intraoral scanner Ceramill Map DRS correctly, in order to achieve precise scanning results.
This tutorial shows you how to scan with the Ceramill Map DRS intraoral scanner and which patterns you need to follow, in order to receive the best possible scan.
This tutorial shows you how you can easily control the intraoral scanner Ceramill Map DRS with the aid of the buttons and gestures.
This tutorial shows how the Ceramill Map DRS connection kit is initially setup.
This tutorial shows the unboxing of the Ceramill DRS Connection Kit and its content.
This tutorial shows how to mount the splitex plate sets into Artex articulators of the C series (CR, CT, CPR) in order to commonalise them.
This tutorial shows how the commonality of the articulators can be tested using Splitex. Additionally you see how the Plate Set can be easily removed from the articulator (from 03:24).
This tutorial shows you how to clean the milling chamber of the Ceramill Matik manually. It's the quickest way to remove light soiling from the interior, in situations where the full cleaning programme is not required.
This tutorial shows how to change the filter cartridge of the Ceramill Matik.
This tutorial shows you how to change the filter fleece within the cleaning unit of the Ceramill Matik.
This tutorial shows you how to change the coolant of the Ceramill Matik.
This tutorial shows you how to check the coolant within the thank of the Ceramill Matik.
This tutorial shows you how to clean and lubricate the collet of the Ceramill Matik.
This video shows how to change the Airstream filter bag.
Highly translucent, integrated color and translucency gradient and 1000 MPa bending strength – that’s what makes our latest zirconia Zolid Gen-X unbeatable and a true all-rounder – from single crowns to 14-unit bridges, everything is possible. In this webinar recording (March 2020) Richard Jentsch, Product specialist and Trainer at Amann Girrbach North America, introduces you to this universal zirconia.
The evolution of digital full dentures began in 2015, when Amann Girrbach launched the first integrated and digital system for full dentures up to the try-in stage in wax. A lot has changed since then – in this live lecture recording at the #DigitalDentalShow (May 2020) Thomas Gienger, AG Course Trainer, shows you the latest advancements and the various options which the Ceramill CAD/CAM system offers today for the inhouse production of full and single jaw dentures, like 3D printing.
Filling an empty space with teeth can be a tough challenge, but tools such as the Ceramill M-Smile software module can be a massive help. Whether it is to help customers visualize the case or as a 3D planning tool to fabricate diagnostic digital wax-ups and provisionals. Alexander Wuensche, CDT, has used the software module for esthetical planning multiple times in the past. In this live lecture recording, held at the #DigitalDentalShow (May2020), the laboratory owner from Miami shows efficient ways to create highly esthetical and perfectly fitting dental prostheses based on real patient cases.
Dental photography serves as an effective tool for communication with colleagues, and as an emotional means of marketing to patients and clients regarding our clinical services and laboratory products. In this live lecture recording at the #DigitalDentalShow, Miles Cone DMD, will discuss the philosophy, equipment, and resources necessary for intraoral shade analysis, portraits, bench-top photography, and publishing outstanding high-end results with low-end consumer cost to social media and for scientific peer-review.
Benjamin Votteler, MDT, is a laboratory owner from the South of Germany and an Amann Girrbach CAD/CAM and Workflow user since Day 1! Articulators, Scanners, Softwares, Mills and CAD/CAM Material. He started using the Amann Girrbach Zirconia in 2007, Ceramill ZI, and uses the nowadays broad portfolio of the Zolid DNA zirconia every day in his lab. In this live lecture recording, held at the #DigitalDentalShow (May 2020), he shares his long-time experience with zirconia and gives insights into the right choice of zirconia, based on different clinical cases he had to solve in the past. The passionate Master Dental Technician also shows one case he already fabricated from the latest Amann Girrbach zirconia, Zolid Gen-X.
In this webinar recording (October 2017) Axel Reichert, R&D Teamleader Material, provides deep insights into the production of the Zolid DNA Generation zirconias at Amann Girrbach. Besides the manufacturing process, he explains the exertion of influence on quality and material parameters through the adaption of diverse process steps, in order to get the best characteristics a zirconia can offer.
Quickly and easily explained by an Amann Girrbach product specialist.
This tutorial explains how to take position registrations (protrusion and lateral bites) in order to determine the individual patient data and thus to be able to set them later in the Artex CR articulator.
Tutorial on bite fork transfer, articulating the models through to recording the individual patient data (condylar path inclination & Bennett angle) in the Artex CR articulator.
Details about the latest articulator of Amann Girrbach. Information on the usage of the new feature, the retrusion, according to the scope of application - full dentures, cast dentures and splints.
In this webinar recording (October 2018) Alexander Wünsche, CDT, Zahntechnique Miami, will start with the evolution of digital dentures. He then continues to explain the different available workflows on the market (BDS, FDS etc.) and how these processes look in detail. Additionally you will look into the design workflow in the CAD software, and you will get some handy tips about finishing options after milling.
In this webinar recording (November 2018) you will get a massive variety of tips & tricks when processing Zolid DNA zirconia. Amann Girrbach Trainer Richard Jentsch will share his expertise within all the different application areas of Zolid DNA zirconia – beginning with the safe approach, to the framework design, nesting, post processing before sintering or after sintering and much more. To make it easier for you – you can jump to the different chapters you’re interested in:
In this webinar recording (March 2019) Amann Girrbach Trainer Hans-Peter Kulawy will give you an in-depth look into the 3D printing workflow within the Ceramill CAD/CAM workflow. Besides the features, benefits and available materials he will give also a quick look into the design process.
Benjamin Votteler, MDT, solves about 80% of the cases in his laboratory with ceramics (zirconia & pressable ceramics mainly). In this webinar recording (June 2019) he shows the broad versatility and combineability of Zolid zirconia based on 6 patient cases he did in the past and solved with the zirconia from Amann Girrbach. From single tooth restorations to long-span bridges.
In this webinar recording (June 2019), Karla Rumac, CDT, from Dental Inpuls in Croatia, explains how to achieve highly esthetic results in the anterior region by using monolithic zirconia – in 3 steps.
Lucas T. Lammott runs a one-man laboratory in the USA, Massachusetts. Good teamwork, the right material and products – all these are factors for a successful outcome. What success means to him along the production phase of a dental restoration, he describes in detail based on a patient case he did – step-by-step from the model to the final result. Webinar recording from July 2019.
After sintering, Zolid restorations can be further refined and individualized by applying veneering ceramics or stains. The choice of the right aids is decisive for success.
As a certified dental technician and as a practicing prosthodontist, Miles Cone, DMD, knows both sides for a successful collaboration. Based on his experiences in both professions, he shares his favorite five tips for dentist and dental technicians, which can help to improve the collaboration and ultimately contribute to deliver predictable, high-quality restorations. Webinar recording from October 2019.
It’s been already 5 years since our dry millable CoCr sintering metal has been on the market – the success story continues. For all those of you how haven’t heard about the revolutionary material, our trainer and expert Thomas Gienger shares insights into the material and success stories from different laboratories all over the world, already using the metal. Webinar recording, May 2018.
The right material for the right indication is essential and key for long lasting and reliable restorations. In this webinar recording (July 2018) Richard Jentsch, CDT, explains the key differences between our Zolid DNA Generation zirconias and which zirconia when to use best.
In this webinar recording (July 2018) Alexander Wünsche, CDT, (Zahntechnique, Miami) shares his gained knowledge and experience with our highly translucent zirconia Zolid HT+. On the basis of various and indications, he’s showing the versatile application range of the highly translucent material. Additionally he reveals handy tricks regarding how to add special effects to monolithic restorations.
In this webinar recording (August 2018) Brian Lindke CDT, (Beautiful Smiles by VIVIDX Laboratory, Buford/Georgia) shares his gained knowledge and experience with zirconias. He will demonstrate how to build dimension into your zirconia offerings and offer additional levels of creativity and solutions to your clients.
In this webinar recording (September 2018) Peter Pizzi CDT will cover case management and diagnostic communication, the use of new technologies, as well as artistic approaches with the use of CAD software. Additionally, you will learn the importance of photographic communication and perception and material choices in today’s CAD/CAM environment.
In this webinar recording (September 2019), Peter Pizzi will cover case management and diagnostic communication, the use of new technologies such as 3D printing, as well as artistic approaches with the use of CAD software. Additionally, you will learn the importance of photographic communication and perception and material choices in today’s CAD/CAM environment.
In this webinar recording (October 2018) Moe Elbanna, Product Specialist & Trainer at Amann Girrbach North America, introduces you to the company Solvay and their high-performance polymer Ultaire TM AKP. With the Ceramill System and the high-performance polymer it is now possible to create partials completely digital. He therefore also points out the differences to the conventional fabrication process in metal and the details when it comes to the finishing adhesion, coloring etc. of this innovative material.
This short tutorial shows the use of the preparation tools of the Zolid Preparation Dent Kit, with which stumps can be optimally prepared for CAD/CAM-manufactured zirconia dental prosthesis. The Zolid Preparation Dent Kit was created in cooperation with Dr. Michael Fischer and Benjamin Votteler, MDT, and is adapted to the Ceramill CAD/CAM workflow.
This short tutorial shows the specially developed tools for high-gloss polishing of zirconium oxide restorations in the patient's mouth.
In this short tutorial we show you the easy installation of the Ceramill Map 600 scanner.
This staining technique can be used for all white zirconias. In this tutorial, the work steps are illustrated using a Zolid HT+ white crown.
This staining method can be used for all white zirconias. In this tutorial, the work steps are illustrated using a Zolid HT+ White crown.
This staining method is ideally suited for simple and fast monochrome staining of Zolid restorations which are subsequently veneered.
This staining technique can be used for all white zirconias. In this tutorial, the steps are described using a three-pontic posterior bridge made of Zolid FX White and a four-pontic anterior bridge with gingiva section made of Zolid HT+ White.
This short tutorial shows you how to use these tools for the gentle processing of zirconium oxide restorations before sintering.
This short tutorial shows the correct tool selection for the creation of high-gloss surfaces for zirconium oxide restorations.
This short tutorial shows the use of the preparation tools of the Zolid Preparation Dent Kit, with which stumps can be optimally prepared for CAD/CAM-manufactured zirconia dental prosthesis.The Zolid Preparation Dent Kit was created in cooperation with Dr. Michael Fischer and Benjamin Votteler, MDT, and is adapted to the Ceramill CAD/CAM workflow.
This tutorial shows the complete workflow of the joint and jaw movement analysis with the digital facebow Zebris for Ceramill.
Short workflow tutorial about the basic bite registration with the digital facebow Zebris for Ceramill.
A short introduction of the Ceramill M-Gin software module by our Course Instructor Thomas Gienger. Create implant-supported long-span bridges, Ceramill REAX, with gingiva parts easy and completely digital.
With the rollout of the Ceramill Mind software update 3.14 (Q4 2019) it is now possible to digitally design and fabricate single jaw dentures. This video shows in a brief manner the workflow and new software features. In 2015 the Ceramill Full Denture System (FDS) enabled for the first time in dentistry the digital design of full dentures in wax up to the try-in. Since the beginning of 2018 it is possible, with the integration of VITA VIONIC, to fabricate the final full denture in acrylic. With the design of single jaw dentures the development to offer integrated digital solutions for the design of denture prosthetics continues.
With the Ceramill Mind software update 3.14 it is now easier and more efficient than ever, to produce implant-supported bridges with gingiva parts.* The new features facilitate especially the design of Hybrid structures. When creating REAX (Reliable all on-x) Hybrid restorations, it is now possible to design the substructure and the individual crowns in one single workflow, without any manual rework. This video shows the highlights of the updated software version (worldwide available from Mid December 2019). *For the design of implant-supported bridges with gingiva parts the Ceramill M-Gin software module and the Ceramill M-Plant software module is needed.
With the Ceramill Mind Update 3.14 it is now possible to save up to 70% of time when creating implant-supported bridges with gingiva parts. An unparalleled variety of materials and options is provided within the Ceramill M-Gin software – it’s time to re(l)ax!
In the second episode of the series “Thomas’ CAD Clue”, Thomas Gienger, explains how to design the perfect fit between the abutment and the gingiva in the Ceramill Mind software.
Thanks to many years of experience with the Ceramill software (Ceramill Mind, Match, scan software), Thomas Gienger, Amann Girrbach course trainer, knows the software inside out. This year he shares valuable tips & tricks with you, one each month. In the first clue of this series, he shows one of the latest features of the Ceramill Map 600 scanner, the full jaw impression scanning.
Amann Girrbach Trainer CDT Barbara Wetzel shows you a simple staining technique, which enables you to achieve all 16 VITA shades, based on only 7 blank shades using the Ceramill Stain&Glaze or Essentials Kit. In this video tutorial the staining concept is exemplarily illustrated with a lighter (A1 to A2) and a darker (B2 to B4) shade. It can be of course extended to all shades according to shade assignment table, integrated in the Zolid shade guide – we therefore recommend to use this tutorial together with the guide, which can be downloaded at: https://www.amanngirrbach.com/zolid-stainingtechnique Three different techniques are shown – according to the esthetic requirements and desired individuality: - Basic Esthetics – Staining with dentin shades - Medium Esthetics – Staining with dentin shades & effect materials - High Esthetics – Cut-back and veneering
This tutorial shows you how to calibrate your Artex articulators with the aid of Splitex and how to apply and articulate highly-precise models in the Artex articulators.
This video shows you how to create highly-precise models within the dental laboratory with the Giroform pindrill system and how undesirable plaster expansion can be avoided.
Dental photography serves as an effective tool for communication with colleagues, and as an emotional means of marketing to patients and clients regarding our clinical services and laboratory products.