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This training video will teach you how to design e.max bridges with either the new or the classic system (software version 4.6 or later).

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How to design e.max Bridges

This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by Mike Kelliher Mike Kelliher September 17, 2016.

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    rlinndmd
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    This training video will teach you how to design e.max bridges with either the new or the classic system (software version 4.6 or later).

    How to design e.max Bridges

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    rlinndmd
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    When you fire the bridge do you just put a little object fix on each abutment or do you fill it it up like your doing a single unit

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    rlinndmd
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    So when you peg the two teeth to fire your just using a little object fix/flow

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    Mike Kelliher
    Mike Kelliher
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    Sorry I missed this post, yes when I fire a bridge (or any restoration) I just use a bit of object fix in each abutment.  Normally I’ll peg one of the abutments, do the stain and glaze, and then put the second peg in.  And remember you’ll need to use the regular size firing tray and the regular paste glaze crystallization cycle.

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Michael Kelliher

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About The Presenter

Dr. Michael Kelliher earned a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Massachusetts and went on to graduate from Boston’s Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 1993 – where he received the Robert R. Andrews award for student research, and presented his original research at several national dental meetings.

Dr. Kelliher runs a general dental practice, Flagship Dental Group, in Longmeadow, MA, with a focus on restorative and CAD/CAM dentistry. He was a very early adopter of E4D, and incorporated the technology into his practice back in 2009.

He serves as an administrator and clinical mentor on LearnDigitalDentistry.com, acts as an administrator on Dental Town, and assists as a moderator for the E4D forums. Whether he’s online, at a study club, or at a lecture, Dr. Kelliher enjoys sharing his experiences in order to help everyone reach their potential with digital dentistry.

He is married with two children, and plays an active role in his community by serving on school committees and coaching youth sports.

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