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January/February 2013
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An O.I.C. Specialty Laboratory
Occlusion - Implant - Cosmetic

 
"We Build Advanced Occlusal Concepts
Into Everything We Do!"
We've grown into an O.I.C. Laboratory!
At Klausz Dental Laboratories, we are committed to providing our clients with a full range of services, restorations, and appliances to meet all aspects of clinical dentistry. To meet your expectations we have grown into an Occlusal-Implant-Cosmetic (O.I.C.) Laboratory.

With over 45 years of experience in the dental technology field, we build advanced occlusal concepts into every restoration and appliance we custom fabricate. With a greater understanding of how teeth, muscles and joints work together, we can create restorations that not only look lifelike and aesthetic, but can last longer and function better. Allow us to apply the knowledge we’ve accumulated into your next restoration or appliance.

We hope our e-Newsletters prove to be informative, educational, and beneficial. Each issue will cover different topics on materials, techniques, services and educational opportunities.
Please do not hesitate to contact us with specific questions. We look forward to working with you.


Ultra Thin Porcelain Veneers
For doctors and patients who expect the finest in aesthetic restorations

Cosmetic dentistry has made great strides since Dr. Charles Pinius first developed porcelain veneers in 1938. Today‘s patients are seeking cosmetic procedures that are long lasting, natural in appearance, and compatible with existing structures. Research and development of new materials enable us to meet these demands.

With the use of today’s specially formulated veneering porcelains, ultra thin veneers of 0.3mm to 0.6mm can be made with less tooth reduction. Nature creates a tooth through a series of layers. Our Ultra Thin Veneers are developed in the same way. Our technicians apply a series of the finest porcelain powders to match the patient’s shade of choice. Through this process, the technician builds chroma, value, and hues internally, the way nature meant them to be.

Add to this our Exclusive Bite Equilibration Technique and you’re sure to receive restorations of the highest quality. Equilibration involves eliminating incline interferences, and doing away with adjustments that lead to wasting valuable chair time.

Your patients expect you to provide the finest aesthetic restorations available. Now with Ultra Thin Veneers, you can offer them the world’s most beautiful smile. At Klausz Dental Laboratories, we take great pride in providing our clients with the best dental materials science has to offer. Staying current - just another way we are working harder and smarter for your practice.

Anterior Aesthetics by Klausz Dental Labs
Case by Dr. Jeffrey Waisglass, Scarborough, Ontario
The patient presented with chipped and discoloured teeth and wanted a fresh vibrant smile.
Porcelain Veneers were placed from 15 to 25 and 35 to 45.
Before Preparations Final Veneers

"I trust Klausz Dental lab to provide my patients with the very best in aesthetic restorations. They really do great work!

Dr. Jeffrey Waisglass


Aqualizer Muscle Directed Bite Registration
Update 2013
 
Klausz Dental Laboratory is one of the exclusive distributors for Aqualizer Appliances in Canada.

"When I met with Ron Klausz and he described the Aqualizer Muscle Directed Bite Registration Technique for flat plane splints, I was skeptical. After just a few cases, I am now convinced that there is a real difference. The time I save is incredible. It has reduced my insert appointments in half. In this crazy, hurried world, it makes my life a little easier."

Dr. Jordan Soll, Toronto


Case Study - Implant Bridge
Case by Dr. Marvin Katz, Mississauga, Ontario

The patient presented with eight implants in the maxillary arch and wanted a fixed restoration. A Temporary Fixed-Removable Prosthesis was custom fabricated to determine proper vertical dimension, function, and phonetics. This was used as a guide to the fabrication of the Final Fixed-Removable Prosthesis, incorporating a metal reinforced substructure and composite reinforced denture teeth.

Temporary Fixed-Removable Temporary Fixed-Removable Final Fixed-Removable Implant Bridge
Insertion of the Final Fixed-Removable Prosthesis

"After three decades of working closely with the Klausz Family, I feel more confident than ever in recommending them as my first choice when it comes to providing lab services to my patients. The work is consistently excellent and I know I can count on them to deliver top notch service and quality.”

Dr. Marvin Katz


   

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