• manegment the zirconia interface -microlayering with powders -microlayering with nanoceramic -individual mechanical polishing -the logic behind digital workflow

- High Translucence Multilayered Zirconia features sophisticate aesthetic as well as outstanding mechanical properties which have positively influenced the lab-based digital workflow and given winning answers to the ever higher clinical morphological/functional requests. Hence, the possibility to point out a “distinctive” technical approach to each project while combining competent lab-based communication skills and the wide range of chromatic adaptability of ML zirconia. This is necessary in case of extensive, individual full-contour zirconia posterior solutions with the new FC paste stains liquid ceramics.In order to achieve an ideal final result, it is paramount to have logical selection criteria of new Zirconia and to adopt a specific manual finishing technique pre and post sintering. A precise and well-determined sintering process aimed atthe aesthetic and mechanical potential of Multilayered Zirconia is also recommended.


  • 1-micro cut-back YML zirconia :a single anterior restoration by microlayering technique, ILS and Luster porcelain 
  • 2-zero-cut-back YML zirconia:  a full contour bridge15-pontic,14-16-pillar by microlayering technique with FC paste stain

We will learn:

  • to select the Zirconia multilayered
  • to manage and the interface
  • to project the colour
  • to refinish and prepare the zero cut-back elements

 -microlayering with powder and Luster

  • micro layering with FC Paste stains nanoceramic 
  • mechanical finishing and polishing

Before every phase of the process a live demo will be performed by the lecturer

Course price250 Eur


Daniele Rondoni
Daniele Rondoni

Born and lives in Savona where has been the manager and director of his own laboratory since 1982. He got his Dental Technician Degree at “P. Gaslini” Professional Institute in Genoa in 1979 and in 1981 was one of the professionals who started the Dental Technician School in Savona as a teacher and a member of the founding Council.

His career features numerous international professional experiences in Switzerland, Germany and Japan and since 2007 he has been accepted as an active member of the EAED. In 1994 he started an international lecturing career in many of the most prestigious dental symposiums around the world.

Particularly devoted to the study of morphology and dental aesthetics, he actively collaborates to the development of materials used for aesthetic dental restoration.

He authored the text “Tecnica della Multistratificazione in ceramica” (Ceramic Multilayering Technique) and a “Micerium lab manual” about the use of composite materials, aimed at establishing working protocols for both indirect technique and composite pressing on metal structures and implants and thus introducing his own method, named “Sistema di stratificazione a durezza inversa” TENDER (Inverted Hardness Layering System).

  • EAED Active Member
  • IAED Active Member
  • Styleitaliano Honorary member
  • SICED Associate and Speaker
  • Noritake Dental Materials International Instructor


presentation Theory
Zirconia classification Optical properties of the natural tooth
Color project and material selection for 3D ultra-micro layering - Color Assessment and spectrophotometric control
Standard and individual coloring
Clinical strategies and needs
Zirconia Selection criteria
Layering and microlayering on new generation zirconia
Digital work-flow
New lab procedures
presentation Hands-on
ILS technique on zirconia YML micro cutback
Microlayering zirconia YML a Luster
Finishing and correction first single crown
ILS Technique for microcutback solution -Microlayering second single crown microcutback - Texuture and mechanical polishiong
3D microlayering with FC Paste stain
Mechanical polishing of zirconia surfaces.
Final revision


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