Waldent Clinical Shade Guide is ideal for accurate determination of tooth shades. It provides an easy to use, precise method of matching the various shades of vital, living teeth.
It is based on dividing the colour to three components:
- Hue: Is the colour name as red, yellow, blue
- Chroma: Intensity of hue and degree of saturation
- Value: Degree of lightness or darkness of an object
The arrangement of the shades in the Waldent classical family of shades is as follows :-
- A1 - A4 (reddish-brownish)
- B1 - B4 (reddish-yellowish)
- C1 - C4 (greyish shades)
- D2 - D4 (reddish-grey)
Within these shades, either A, B, C or D, the shades are classified by a number from the lightest, 1, to the darkest and most intense, 4.
The wide range of shades allows the operator to easily find tooth color in one of the ranges.
- Color guide with 16 shades ranging from A1 - D4.
- Made from highly cross-linked material.
- Single step tooth shade determination.
- Simple shade selection.
- Arrangement of Waldent Clinical Shade Guide by value - B1, A1, B2, D2, A2, C1, C2, D4, A3, D3, B3, A3.5, B4, C3, A4, C4
Direction to Use
- Take the shade at the beginning of the appointment while the surrounding teeth are hydrated.
- The natural morning-noon time light is the most proper for shade selection
- View the patient at an eye level so the most sensitive part of retina is used
- Eyes tire after 5-7 seconds; make a selection quickly and accept your first decision
- Have the patient remove any lipstick or lip gloss.
- Match the middle one third of the tooth to acquire the base shade, and then determine the gingival and incisal shades.
- After determining the shade, record any unique characterization and any differences between the tooth and the shade tab. This is perhaps the most important step in achieving a successful outcome.
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