Griptab veneer and crown clinical case study by dr graeme milicich
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Griptab is a must for dentists, dental assistants and lab technicians - anyone handling crowns, inlays, onlays and veneers....

Griptab is a must for dentists, dental assistants and lab technicians - anyone handling crowns, inlays, onlays and veneers.
Think of the value of a handle to a cup. Triodent has applied that same principle to indirect restorations. By adhering Griptab to the restoration, you have a reliable grip and total mastery of the placement process, especially when using Triodent Pin-Tweezers for extra maneuverability, although small hemostats will do.

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  • 1. Griptab Veneer Case
    By Dr Graeme Milicich, BDS
  • 2. 1
    The veneer is held steady in putty while a Griptab is adhered to it. The Griptab is held with Pin-Tweezers.
  • 3. 2
    The adhesive is light-cured for 20-40 seconds, depending on the intensity of the curing light.
  • 4. 3
    Five veneers with Griptabs attached.
  • 5. 4
    Veneers securely held with Pin-Tweezers and Griptabs, ready for HF etching.
  • 6. 5
    After etching.
  • 7. 6
    Veneers cemented and securely seated.
  • 8. 7
    A flat-bladed metal instrument is used to remove the Griptab.