12unit zirconia bridge with pink porcelain


I am so excited to share with you what I have seen and thought in our in-house lab with CAD/CAM full arch zirconia in the last eight 8 years. You will learn all steps we do in our clinic to prevent all problems we noticed in the last 8 years. We fabricate a minimal layer and pink zirconia full arch bridge in a two-day hands-on course. This restoration is very special for full arch zirconia and achieves very strong and beautiful results. We have had zero remodellings since we switched to this technique! This is great for your patients, dentist and your business. This course is not only for finishing frame work! I am going to share with you also how to control flawless opal enamel-like natural teeth, an easy way to give colour and surface control with gum porcelain as well. You will learn many new things in the course. See you soon.


Creation ZI-F


Personal ceramic utensils (brush, mixing pad) and
grinding body for preparation.


Luke Hasegawa


€ 1.350,– plus VAT


14.06.2018 – 16.06.2018


14 June: lecture approx. 5:00 pm
15 June: 8:00 am until 6:30 pm
16 June: 8:00 am until 4:30 pm


Zahntechnik Gebrüder Schulz oHG
Lange Straße 68, 76530 Baden-Baden, Deutschland




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Luke Hasegawa

Luke Hasegawa, CDT, graduated from Japan’s prestigious Niigata Dental University for Dental Technicians in 1995 and completed a programme at the Tokyo Dental and Medical University for Dental Technicians in 1997. He received the “Special Article Award” by the International Dental Technology Association in 1997 for his published article “Light Transmitted Porcelain and Composite Resin Material”. Additional honours include three gold medal awards from the Florida Dental Association smile competition in 2008. He had the privilege of being mentored by world pioneer technicians Mr. Willi Geller and Mr. Naoki Aiba. Luke was invited to join Mr. Geller‘s Oral Design group in 2009. He is lecturing worldwide. In 1998 he immigrated to Canada from Japan as a dental technologist and has worked in Dr. Dean Mcneel’s in-house lab since 2010. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Fayetteville, Arkansas, in the United States. He has been a certified dental technician in the United States since 2007.

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