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March 22, 2018
> Technical Tips
In order to use our products more effectively, Sterngold has collected several technical tips for customers to browse through.
Polishing occlusals without destroying anatomy...
If your blaster cabinet gloves keep you from getting a good grip...
How to cement abutment crowns...
A 2600oF oxygen/gas flame is perfect for ceramic metals...
A slight increase in the ratio of liquid monomer to...
The best defense against tarnish is a good quality, high-noble alloy...
Don't let your Crucibles die of stress...
Most technicians know that electro-soldering is faster, easier and...
Cyanoacrylate cement makes a great stone die hardener...
Have you checked your Micro Pencil tip lately?
How to heal a stress crack...
If you occasionally suffer porcelain checking...
Show Overdenture patients what they're missing...
Standard silver solder may contain traces of Cadmium, a highly toxic metal...
Spruing an MOD inlay...
If the dry air in your blaster cabinet causes annoying static electricity...
Surface stain can damage the translucency of the prosthesis...
Try Condensed Milk to remount wet models...
The greater the contrast in shade between centrals and cuspids...
To polish super-narrow embrasures...
Diagnosing a tarnish problem
The Micro Pencil tip features a white ceramic liner that prevents the aluminum oxide abrasive from touching the metal.
When fabricating any precision prosthesis (i.e. precision partial or attachment retained overdenture) always start with a finalized denture setup.
There are several advantages to using a bis-acryl composite (temporary C+B material) rather than cold cure acrylic to pick up attachments.
When using a laser welder to tack precision attachments
When quenching a ring after casting
Before setting up a complete denture
When free hand soldering overdenture attachments to a root cap coping
Whenever, casting plastic patterns or plastic attachments
When using any type of vent in casting rings
Smooth dowel pins should be used when gluing into a drilled hole in a model
Did you know that the ERA Attachment offers six (6) color coded males for a consistent level of retention?