Technical Guides & IFU’s
- Creation Opaques & Porcelains
- Creation Shoulder Porcelains
- Creation Gingival Porcelains
- Creation Firing Procedures
- Creation Before You Begin
- Creation Creapast™ Technique Guide
- Creation In Nova Neo Guide
- Creation Make up Neo Guide
- How to Apply the Unique Powders of the Creation Porcelain System
- Creation CC Color Chart
- Creation CC Makeup IFU
- Creation CC Before You Begin
- Creation CC Color Chart – Transition Dentin
- Creation CC Shade Conversion Chart
- Creation CC Firing Procedures
- Creation CC Gingiva IFU
- Creation CC Shoulder Porcelains Technique Guide
- Creation CC Basic Powder Guidance
- Creation CC IFU
- Creation CC Correction Powder Firing Guide
- Creation ZI Basic Powder Guidance
- Creation ZI Before You Begin
- Creation ZI Gingival IFU
- Creation ZI IFU
- Creation ZI Basic Powders
- Optimizing the Porcelain Furnace
- PFM Compatibility Guidelines
- Photography 101 -- Presented By: Peter Pizzi, MDT ($19.99)
- Basic Builds with Creation Porcelain– Differentiate Yourself Quickly and Easily
- Creation Opaques – The Invisible Art
- Intermediate Builds with Creation Porcelain – Learn How to Make a Great Looking Crown Look Even Better!
- Maximizing Aesthetics with Creation Shoulder Materials
Frequently Asked Questions
Does Creation handle differently from other porcelains?A: In order to achieve optimal results with Creation, it's necessary to follow some rules of thumb that will ensure a trouble-free and satisfying build-up process. When you adhere to the ‘10 Tips Every Creation User Should Follow’, the porcelain is a reliable, easy to use product.
Creation is "iridescent." What does this mean?A: According to Willi Geller, when something is iridescent it reflects all colors of the spectrum. This phenomenon is evident when the sun shines on a drop of oil on a driveway. Natural teeth reflect all colors of the spectrum too. Because of its unique composition, Creation porcelain also reflects the colors of the rainbow which means your restorations will look vital and natural in the mouth.
Is Creation more expensive than other Porcelains?A: Gram for gram, Creation is competitively priced. Especially when you consider what makes up the cost of a crown.
Does Creation work well in a "production" setting?A: Yes, Creation was designed for those who spend a great deal of time on one unit as well as for those who produce many a day. The system was designed such that a unit can be fabricated using a simple 3-powder build-up. For more information on how Creation is incorporated into a large lab, please contact your Jensen Sales Consultant.
Who else is using Creation in my area?A: Your Jensen Sales Consultant knows who's using Creation in your locale. Just give us a call and we'll provide the information you need.
Is Creation Silver sensitive?A: Creation is not silver-sensitive and does not green when built on alloys that contain silver.
What types of Alloy can I use with Creation?A: There is a wide variety of Jensen alloys that are compatible with Creation. Jensen also has a series of six Creation alloys that were developed specifically for this product. Call your Jensen Sales Consultant for details.
How accurate are the shades?A: Nothing matches the Vita Lumin® shade guide more precisely than Creation porcelain. This saves time, money and eliminates frustration.
What makes the shade wheels so special?A: Creation shade wheels are made by hand in Austria. While some manufacturers use plastic tabs to represent color, Creation's shade tabs are fabricated from the porcelain itself. This means your tabs will exactly match the bottled product.
What kind of support do you offer?A: When you invest in Creation, you invest in a complete portfolio of goods and services. Not only will you procure outstanding porcelain, but the product itself is backed by a highly trained technical service staff and team of Sales Consultants who understand your business and take a personal interest in your satisfaction. Our Technical Department is on-hand 12 hours a day, 5 days a week to walk you through any issue that may arise.
What is Oral Design?Oral Design is a group of some of the finest dental technicians in the world. These men and women were hand-picked by master ceramist Willi Geller. All of them are tops in their field and excellent educators.
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