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Full Monolithic Makeup IPS Ivocolor with Mariano Maurizi

Full Monolithic Makeup IPS Ivocolor with Mariano Maurizi

This 1 day  hands on training is designed for DDS ,technicians and  dental Assistants .

Its designed to achieve the  Best Esthetics of your in house restorations.


The IPS Ivocolor system for coloring and characterizing ceramics and zirconium oxides regardless of their CTE presents an exclusive and improved variety of essences and shades for both external and internal staining in aesthetic restorations .

We will analyze the product from a practical perspective.
Developing a work protocol that includes the correct choice of restorative material and its optimal coloration.

Taking into account the luminoptic principles and the technical and artistic criteria.
We will talk about light and color in a simple way and we will deal with the different situations of daily practice.
We will work the surface from the shape to the texture.
Under an idea of ​​coordination between makeup and micro-texture.

They will be carried out:
From the raw piece.
Shape and texture.

Training  will be on centaral and  molar  monolithic zirconia .

Objective: to know and be able to interpret the IPS Ivocolor system through simple practices for natural-looking results.
Understand the challenge of combining color theories applied to dental aesthetics.
Consolidate bases of morphology and texture seeking to facilitate external makeup.
Customize surfaces from rotary instruments.
Handle selective reflection with subsequent polishing.

 This basic to intermediate hands-on training is designed for DDS and assistants to fit your in-house lab workflow.

Things to bring: your favorite porcelain staining brushes, and instruments.

Training will start at: 9am 

12-1 pm lunch (we will be providing lunch)

1-5 hands-on training


Location: Toronto Durban Laboratory

595 a Trethewey Drive

North York ,ON

M6M 4B8


     Special pricing for DDS students and Dental Technology students.

    Contact :Viola Milczek at 720 587 5865


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