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Ivoclar Vivadent UK & Ireland

Ivoclar Vivadent operates in three product areas. In these three areas we offer dentists and dental technicians products and product systems that support them across the entire treatment and fabrication process and enable them to achieve aesthetic results.

Dentist Blog

Dental Technician Blog

  • 12/12/2017

    Beards are a popular fashion accessory for men these days. A stylish facial fringe may look great, but can present problems in certain cases: for example, during dental treatment procedures. You have most probably experienced the situation where some impression material became caught in the beard of a patient during impressioning. This is annoying and uncomfortable for all the parties involved. Nevertheless, an elegant solution is available.

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  • 05/12/2017

    Achieving natural-looking esthetic restorations in the anterior region is not an easy task for many dentists. Several factors come into play when designing true-to-nature anterior restorations. Key aspects include the following: true-to-nature accentuation of the mamelons, opalescence of the incisal edge and halo effect.

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  • 29/11/2017

    Digital technologies have revolutionized the work processes in dental practices, clinics, the industry and dental laboratories. It is already foreseeable that in the coming years the networked digital workflow will cover all dental areas. For this reason, Prof. Dr med. dent. Bernd Kordass from the Greifswald University in Germany feels it is essential to raise awareness of the challenges and opportunities of digitization in the dental field and to motivate users in practices and in laboratories to develop their professional skills further. Find out more in the following interview.

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  • 14/12/2017

    The digitalization of the dental world is advancing inexorably. Digital and dental are becoming more tightly linked. As a result, dentists have numerous advantages. In this blog, you will learn how to cleverly combine digital and analog working methods and therefore work more efficiently and reliably. A guest contribution by Prof. Dr med. dent. Daniel Edelhoff (Germany)

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  • 07/12/2017

    Dental technicians from all over the world work with the metal-ceramic system IPS Style. Find out what they have to say about the product.

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  • 01/12/2017

    Working digitally means: Much more efficiency, faster, more comfortable working methods. This makes the dental technician and the dentist happy and the patient’s life easier. Whilst the professionals benefit from a better treatment plan, the patients can relax because the treatment times are reduced and they don’t have to endure the classic impression taking procedure anymore. Read an interview with Josef Schweiger, dental technician, and his wife, Andrea Schweiger, who was available as a patient and among other things underwent a live surgery.

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