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    Preparation rules for ceramic inlays and partial crowns

    Use KOMET's expert set 4562ST and sonic tips for the preparation of interproximal cavities.

    KOMET's 4562ST expert set was compiled in close cooperation with six renowned experts from dental clinics and practices with a view to simplify and systemize the precise shaping of cavities prior to receiving ceramic inlays and partial crowns.

    The set contains, among other instruments, three newly developed tools that are provided with a depth mark (recognized by the letter "D" standing for "Depth" in the reference number) to guarantee the required minimum occlusal thickness of ceramic restorations.

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    Ceramic restorations have been scientifically recognized for a long time and enjoy great popularity because they are free of metal and give an esthetically pleasing result.

    More and more patients directly ask for a ceramic restoration. What is important, though, is that all requirements for a successful ceramic reconstruction are already considered during the preparative stages. Premature los of a ceramic restoration is often due to insufficient depth of the cavity or nonobservance of the minimum thickness of the layers.

    The preparation concept was conjointly developed by Priv.-Doz. M. Oliver Ahlers, Dr. Uwe Blunck, Prof. Dr. Roland Frankenberger, Dr. Jan Hajto, Dr. Gernot Morig and Prof. Dr. Lothar Probster.

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