Zirconia Bridge with Pink Ceramic

Taught By:

Federico Presicci

Course Date:

Dates: January 14-15, 2022


On Site Training


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Zirconia Bridge with Pink Ceramic

Course Details:

Live Interactive Training
Coffee Breaks, Breakfast, and Lunch
16 Continuing Education Credits
Dates: January 14-15, 2022

What You’ll Learn

This hands-on training is presented by one of the most talented ceramist in the World, Dr. Federico Presicci. Formally a team member of Zirkonzahn in Italy and the developer of the minimally Layered Technique for a natural restoration. This course is for dental technicians and interested dentists with dental lab techniques.

The most difficult part of fabricating a zirconia implant supported bridge, is the layering of pink ceramic and minimal cut back on the structure. Dr. Federico Presicci will methodically explain how to design your zirconia bridge from cut back, intrinsic staining and layering your tooth color and pink ceramic materials for a natural and realistic appearance.

Why Should You Attend?

  • Watch step by step the layer technique of pink and tooth color on zirconia bridges
  • Learn a practical approach on finishing the zirconia on its pre-sintered phase
  • Learn the sequence of staining the zirconia for a realistic appearance
  • Improve the appearance of your Zirconia Bridges layered with Pink Ceramic
  • Learn new tricks on finishing your bridge for a natural appearance
  • Learn how to intrinsically color and minimally layer your zirconia bridges

You don’t want to miss your opportunity to learn from Dr. Presicci while he is in Houston. Register to save your seat today!

Cancellation Policy:

We understand situations arise in which you may need to cancel a course. Course cancellations must be made at least 30 days before the course to receive a full refund; otherwise, a 50% credit will be given for a future IHDS course.

Who Should Attend:

Dental Lab Technicians, Prosthodontist, and Dentists


Federico Presicci

Federico Presicci


Born in Rome,Italy
Languages: Italian,English and Spanish

Experiences and training path

Collaborator at the Antonio Lazetera Dental Laboratory in Savona as an expert in fixed prosthetics from CAD-CAM design to the finalization with aesthetic materials.

He collaborates as speaker and instructor of CAD-CAM and Zirkonzahn materials, speaker at international conferences in the field.

Collaborator at Steger Dental Laboratory in Brunico, Italy member of the research and development team, specialized in CAD-CAM technology, fixed prosthetics, aesthetic materials and wax modeling.

June/July 2013
Collaborator at the Team dent Luca Nelli laboratory in Vicenza, Italy to learn about the new methods of processing zirconia.

Apprentice and collaborator at the laboratory Dental Prestige in Rome, Italy where he learns the basics of the dental technician profession.

Student at the IPSIA Europa Institute in Rome, Italy, where he obtained a diploma in Dental Technology.

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