cerasmart milling

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    Richard Young
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    I have just got in my first quantity of GC Cerasmart to try. I still have the cart system which my understanding has no more software

    updates available. Am I able to mill the ceramart on the same settings as the lava ultimate? I assume that I will still need to use the defoamer solution as well.

    #15622
    Mike Kelliher
    Mike Kelliher
    Keymaster

    Should work fine.  Be careful with these resin based materials though, partial coverage only is what I’d suggest.  No full crowns.

    #15629
    Yen Lu
    Yen Lu
    Participant

    Let us know your thoughts on cerasmart.

    #15630
    Mike Kelliher
    Mike Kelliher
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    I’m not super impressed with any of the polymer materials.  I’ve done some onlays with them, compared to emax they look like crap.  Nice to not have to fire them, but I’m thinking worth the extra time to fire the emax.  We know it bonds well and holds up.

    #15661

    ericdnt
    Participant

    I Agree Mr. Mike

    #16376

    puritydental
    Participant

    Reviving the post. How has Cerasmart been for people?

    I only use it for onlays/inlays and bond with GC Premio Bond/Universal Flo composite. The margin finish is blended nicely with this technique.

     

     

    #16379
    Mike Kelliher
    Mike Kelliher
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    The few I’ve done are holding up, but don’t look as nice as emax.  Not something I’m currently using.

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