3 day program
30 November -
1 - 2 December 2017
The eLABor_aid® system presents the culmination of years of relentless research by the Bio- Emulation Group. Through intense investigation, countless trials and close collaboration between clinical and technical experts it became possible to develop a standardised protocol for dental photography using a regular digital single lens reflex (DSLR) camera, a macro flash as well as the polar_eyes® filter. The digital photograph is then processed to measure the desired shade from the computer screen. With the aid of a manufacturer specific chart, the closest dentin shade is first selected and then individually adjusted in order to achieve a shade match of high accuracy.
A test mixture is then formulated using the visual_eyes® liquid and applied on the frame work in a realistic thickness before the shade of the build-up can be either measured or even digitally tried- in. With this method the dental ceramist is equipped to not only achieve highly accurate shade matches, but to also explore the possibilities and also limitations of the chosen combination of framework material and ceramic system. The eLABor_aid® system is also suitable for the imitation of gingiva using pink ceramic.
What to do, where to look and how to overcome inherent problems.
Introduction to the eLABor_aid® system using Adobe® Lightroom® and Keynote
Application of the CIEL*a*b* color system for a new form of shade communication without shade guides.
Objective shade communication between the dental surgery and the laboratory over the distance.
Practical realisation of a maxillary single central restoration using a simulation model which
consists of extracted human teeth which have joined in a PMMA model.
- Tips and tricks.
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Lecturer: Sascha Hein
Sascha Hein is a professional dental technician, a member of Oral Design Group established by Willi Geller and a member of Bio Emulation.
Sascha completed his dental technician studies in Germany, later deepening his knowledge with a master in the field of ceramic modeling, Kuwata Masahiro, in Tokyo and studying at the Master School in Freiburg. Here, he was awarded a silver Kanter medal.
Sascha has gained experience working in Germany, Italy, Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates. Today, he lives and works in Germany. Moreover, Sascha is a member of the editorial board of the German Quintessence of Dental Technology magazine and author of numerous articles published in various prestigious global magazines. He lectures extensively world wide and is the co-founder of the eLABor_aid protocol.