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 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 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.
Quickly and easily explained by an Amann Girrbach product specialist.
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.
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.
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.