Struggling with finishing IPS E.Max Restorations?

In this course you will learn everything you need to know to become confident with finishing e.max restorations in-house. We will show you how to properly and efficiently stain and glaze e.max restorations so that they look life-like and mimic nature. This includes techniques to achieve enamel cracks, fissure lines and cervical blending. We will also show you how to simply polish e.max in cases where characterization is not vital. These techniques can be applied to any silicate ceramic such as Celtra Duo, VITA Suprinity, Ambermill and Obsidian etc.

Learn how to Stain and Glaze E.Max Restorations properly to create aesthetic results

Step by step video walkthrough to guide you along and explain each step

Learn what equipment and stain colours we use to produce seamless restorations that fit nature perfectly

Learn how to polish e.max restorations and how this compares to staining

 Understand when to stain and glaze and when to polish e.max

These techniques can be applied to ANY ceramic such as Celtra Duo and Suprinity  

Watch Intro Video

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Course Overview

  • 1

    Emax Processing Guide

    • Introduction

    • Staining and Glazing demonstration to achieve Aesthetic E.Max Crowns

    • Complete E.Max Polishing Guide ready for Firing

Course Reviews

Nice, quick tour of the fundamentals

Harnie Jo

5 star rating

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Instructor(s)

Director of iDD

Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny

Dr Ahmad Al-Hassiny is the Director of The Institute of Digital Dentistry (iDD), which is a leading and future focused online learning facility, with a mission to ensure dentists globally have easy and affordable access to the best digital dentistry training possible. Dr Ahmad is a global leader in digital dentistry and intraoral scanners, carrying out lectures as a KOL for many companies and industry. He is one of the few in the world who has comprehensive clinical experience with all mainstream scanners and CAD/CAM systems.