Hello life are you joining so far I am professor fabulous Aini here from Brazil Londrina and it's a wonderful pleasure to be here at this time we follow you talking about a little bit about science about materials and about a lot of good things that we have in dentistry nowadays first of all I would like you to thank .
Everybody worthwhile that will be with us at this time I am I am very happy to be here in this for sure but anyway let's talk about good things let's try to forget the sad things let's try to forget the difficulties that we have or do RIA or we are having and let's join together let's put our minds together let's put our hearts together and let's .
Learn together as well so it's it's a great pleasure for me to be here one more time and to talk with you a little bit of my idea of my perception and what I think about this wonderful issue that is resin and ceramics those wonderful materials that we have nowadays and for sure if we know how to do very well with those .
Materials we can do wonderful miracles for sure for us and for our patients and one more time and always I would like you to think a lot this wonderful wonderful company that we have here in Brazil that is FGM so I am partner of FGM from long long long time ago this make me very very proud GM deeply I know how serious how honest how how half-game .
Deals with teaching with technology with research and how FGM is compromised with quality and so I would like to to congratulate FGM for for being this company that makes Brazil very proud to have this kind of company here in Brazil so one more time thanks a lot FGM for this opportunity thanks a lot for the trust .
On my on my job and for sir for sure will be further will be further for sure and it's a great pleasure every time data I talk about FGM and the products and what we can do with FGM products that for sure have us a lot to do a wonderful a wonderful attention for sure so we are together FGM we are together worldwide so one more time let's get .
Started with this issue that is ceramics and have risen composites how we can deal with those materials can we we we put those materials together what we can do with those materials or which material is better composite resin or ceramics so and just we start for me they are wonderful wonderful materials both ceramics and composites are .
Wonderful I nowadays with the quality of those materials we can do since there is more restoration to be or rehabilitation for 14 teeth above and 14 teeth below even with composite or even with ceramic we can do wonderful rehabilitation and why because we have a wonderful technology and since we have wonderful mechanical .
And aesthetic properties with those materials we can for sure deal with those materials in a big wide situation we just have to dominate these materials resin ceramic we have a more important thing we have to dominate the material first of all if we do not dominate the material ceramic our regime we are not we're not going to get a very .
Nice result we have to dominate the technique because the technique is different ceramic is one material composite is another different material that we can get the same approach but we have to dominate the material so it doesn't matter if we are dealing with ceramic or dealing with composite we have to dominate the material we have to .
Understand about the properties of the materials second we have to know the technique if we are working with composite or we are working with ceramic we have to know the technique for both of those materials because the technique chains if we're talking about composite and we're talking about ceramic so since the technique chains we have to know all .
Those chains so one more time we have to plan we have to plan a lot before we get started if we plan well we are going to develop a very well a job if we do not plan we are not going to develop a very successful successful technique so we have to understand about color we have to understand about optical properties of the tooth we have to understand about .
Planning about waxing about proportion about a lot of things there first of all we have to plan we have to understand what we are going to perform in the hora model with waxing with pre visibility working with g0r analogic dentistry it doesn't matter but we have to put in the model the final result .
This is prevacid permissibility so we have to understand and to face the final result first look look before and look after planning for a full rehabilitation or for just veneers with ceramic or with composite we have to understand about planning we have to plan we have to see the final result before we get started this is and this is a wonderful .
Advantage of dentistry nowadays to be predictable and then we have the possibility to see the final result to understand the final result to show this final result to the patient to see if the final result is beautiful its functional and if the patient is gonna get happy so if we do not use this advantage of the industry we a lot of .
Information a lot of quantity and we are going to be losing money for sure and so understand those principles oh no the material to know the technique and to plan a lot to simulate the final result in the patient's mouth to talk with the patient about the final result to check the static to take them to check the functional portion of this .
Treatment and to share sorry and to share all this information with the patient if we do not do this thing we're gonna lose a lot of the formation okay so this is very important to all kinds of techniques to all kind of materials okay and now let's talk about composite so everybody that knows me that you know that I love .
Composite I have passion for composite for me it's the most versatile versatile material in dentistry because with the quality of those materials that we have nowadays and here we have the the premium composites of a valleys and Vitra those premium composites first of all we have to see that those materials are fantastic we have to understand that .
With a Poly's that is the premium and with Vitra that is an even better composite of FGM we have here mechanical very good mechanical and physical properties we have here very very well aesthetic properties very close very similar to tooth structure we have here a wonderful consistent materials then we can work with the .
Material and it's not sticky it's easy to shape this material in the mouth so fortunately FGM nowadays with the quality of their Co of its composites we have beautiful and wonderful composites but to know first of all we have to understand what the material is telling us because each composite changed their optical and consistence properties .
Between each materials and with weird about or Poly's and we make a comparison with fitra we can see that they are different different in color they are different in inconsistence they are different in some properties why because they are different composites and if we do not understand that each composite have their own optical properties we are .
Going to commit a lot of mistakes one of the biggest mistakes that we have in composites it's to make to make the shield selection by theta shaped look Veta shame is performed for vita there is a ceramic and not for composite because optically they are different so we have to personalize our our collar shape so openness has one optical .
Properties and vitra have another up curve of composite one composites more a little bit more opaque than the other composite one composite has different colors one composite if we compare the eight colors they're gonna be definitely be color they're gonna be different so first of all dominate your composite dominate the optical properties all of .
Your composite and follow how we do this practicing understanding working in in a tooth model look working a tooth model and making comparison making some small spots of the composite so in one I get the same color here I get the same color of the composite that I want for example the one of a palace and the one off of Vitra we make a small spot put them .
Together and like your and we are gonna see the difference the difference are we gonna have so this is very quite important because I see it's that composite I use I use Vitra I use bodies but unfortunately I'm not gonna get in this wonderful result so and first of all I asked those people do you dominate your composite do you really are .
Dominating their optical properties of your composite because if you don't you're gonna commit mistakes you understand what I mean so and as I told you a lot of mistakes that people commit is to use the Vita shade to make shade selection and Vita is completely different from a palace and it's completely different from veter why .
Because theta is shade scale for a ceramic so use your own composite to perform say it's a lichen this is very very important if we do not understand this we're gonna commit mistakes all right dominate your composite dominate the optical properties understand what the truth is telling you about optical properties is what is the color of your .
Tooth is more brown more yellow more gray is it more opaque is it more translucent how is the translucency of your tooth it is it more blue is it more grey is it more orange how is the optical properties how is the transition of colors and opacity from cervical to jewel area this is very important to understand how is the transition from .
The cervical to the inches of area how is the proximal area is it more opaque is it more most more translucent so to create a chromatic mapping it's very important for sure it's very important why the because we have to put in our composite to make a transfer into trance fear for our composite the optical properties of .
The truth and the FGM composites like fitra and like a palace they since we dominate the the composite we get natural composites restorations we have we can create words of art with Detra with a palace since we dominate this material correct and before we do all those things dominate our much more our material to .
Do a very correct planning correct a lot a very correct optical planning planning we can get a start and one more thing to work with composite we need to have very nice materials very nice spatulas and here is a set that I have with three spatulas with those just those three spatulas that it's a set that I have here in Brazil just three spatulas we .
Can create all kind of restorations in my opinion we don't need we do not need a chalice different spatulas 1215 different specialists know we are gonna be wasting money if we have three four nice spatulas with very nice brushes we don't need anything else we don't need anything else than this – true – to create very nice composite restoration .
Why big dick on the spatula has to be very very thin we have to work very very well in the proximal areas look we have to work in the flat surface and the spatula has to be thin has to be delicate look to one to get a very nice anatomy and this is another point that I like to discuss we have to understand about tooth Anatomy to create .
A wonderful composite restorations we have to understand that our truth mainly talking about interior tooth look we have all the anatomy and the interior tooth what we have here we have a flat surface flat surface that drops down to the proximal areas always always a flat surface that drops down to proximal area look this is some principles that are .
Very important we have a flat surface from cervical to meansis our area that we have to respect we have to understand otherwise we are not going to create a tool and one more time the tooth has lines I taught this every time and this field has lines it has vertical lines that we have to respect vertical lines it has risen to lines that we have to .
Understand why because if we change the lines from one tooth to another tooth we're gonna change the light reflection and if we change light reflection we tend we change optical properties and this is very important because sometimes or I always tells tool to to my students most of the time the mistake it's not in the color but in the shape in the lines .
Because if we change the lines we change the length we change the width we change the optical properties correct so let's the let's choose Anatomy this is very important so as soon as we have all these equipments and all this knowledge one more time and we dominate successful because one more time composites are .
Fantastic I really love composites and I have so and I have a lot of long-term clinical case with five years with 6 7 8 10 12 years of long term results and we can see how wonderful our composites I have here in my clinical case long term studies and long term clinical case of a Polish for example of 20 no oh I'm sorry of 12 years 12 years of follow-up and .
The results are amazing to elf ears follow-up of a big rehabilitation we for Polly's I have follow-ups of 2 years 3 years with Vitra and the follow-ups are very good why because they are very good composites there are premium composites and considering that we know how to to understand the technique Wow we can .
Create works of art okay so composites are fantastic I really like composites and since we dominate those composites we can create definitely works of art ok ok and I forgot to say but if you are if all of you has any kind of doubt please you can ask me here you can ask me later I'm gonna write here my Instagram so if .
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YouTube channel let me just write here that is if you want to see I build seining I have a lot of lectures there as well so be my guest to be in touch okay so understanding all this this characteristics of composite let's talk about a little bit now about ceramics and ceramics are nowadays a fantastic .
Material as well because with the whole technology with that we have in ceramics nowadays we can create the thin layers of ceramic that are the lands and why nowadays we can have the lens of ceramic thin layers of ceramics then we can create thin Sizemore restoration to a huge rehabilitation with those lens why because the mechanical properties of .
Those ceramics nowadays are fantastic are fantastic and one more time because those materials ceramics are composites can be bonded they can be bonded into a structure and here is one point and one issue that I'd love to say where I did my PhD and my post PhD in in this area that I are really in love with this area that is building systems if we .
Do not know about folding I tell this every everywhere that I am and and I always says if we do not no balding we do not bow with static dead tree it one more time if we don't know bonding we do not know aesthetic dead tree and here we have the body systems of FGM wonderful building systems with MDP technology with ApS .
Technology that was a wonderful technique that was has been developed for from FGM and this is changing the world of composite and cements and bonding and polymeric materials if you don't know about ApS technology of FGM you have to know and first of all if we are working with static destory with with composite or it's around 8 bonding .
If we don't know bonding with Donald aesthetic density any one and one more time talking with ceramic nowadays first of all we have to understand about the material which kind of ceramic I'm using or which kind of ceramic my my my technician is using this is very important which technique my my my serum is dnews it and my sera mist has to be .
My best friend nowadays I talk everybody if you're talking with ceramic we have to have a loving triangle between the dentist between the patient and between the service we have to have this interaction because it's very important the Serra mist has to understand about all the the the aesthetic principles all the beauty fuels he has to understand .
About mechanical about lines about optical properties if the serum is do not understand about optical properties change the serum so if we're talking about ceramic veneers we to have very good ceramic technicians and this we have to change the switch informations every time with the serum is about colors about the patient .
Behavior about what we want about how is the ceramic it's gonna be a more of a glass of baked about the color so since we have all the informations about the about colors and shape we have to give this information to the technician so detection the technician when we talk about ceramic we have to work together always a very good communication with .
The technician and to know oh we with what kind of ceramic the technician is gonna perform this clinical case while because we have to know which kind of ceramic with here tell me if it is a this indicate lithium this indicate if is a field is Patek ceramic if its original see the ceramic or floor opposite ceramic we have to know which .
Ceramic the technician is working because depending on the ceramic we are working with the the loading technique the bonding technique changed completely so if we don't know this ceramic we are working with probably I don't know the bonding and the cementation technique okay so o be a very good partner and have a wonderful interaction with the .
Technique with the Sarah missed understand and know the ceramic you are dealing with one more time always perform a very good reverse planning what is the reverse planning create a 3d mocha create a 3d final result put in the patient's mouth make a very good simulation mocha perform a very good phonetic tests .
Functional tests and static tests and after them let's get started what technique we are going to do lens technique veneers technique how is the tooth desert is it dark is it not dark because if it's dark we cannot do lens ceramic veneers why because the land is so thin about 0.3 0.4 0.5 millimeters that is so thin .
There if the tooth substrate is dark the final result it's gonna be dark as well because it's very very thin so we have to understand what kind of tooth structure and what kind of tooth substrate we are dealing with and one more time we have to work with very nice diamonds very thin and not course diamond burrs .
Generally when nowadays when a work with veneers I work with very thin dime on birds not course about red serious not in more than red serious because nowadays we have to make a tooth preparation we do not have to drill truth and we do end not knowing where we are rare to it one of the big mistakes that we have in ceramic veneers and in .
All the indirect preparations and do not create a finish line in all kinds of preparations be a preparation of lens or a full ceramic crown we have to have a very clear finishing line a very clear shelter a chauffeur can be of 0.3 thickness to a 1 millimeter thickness does matter but we have to see a very a very .
Well done finishing line while different from composite that finishes in zero degrees no the ceramic so far the ceramic so far please pay attention do not finish in zero degree if we do not create a very well finishing line we are gonna have under god we are gonna have undercut and if we have undercut we're gonna have problems we are gonna have .
Problems so first of all create a very nice tooth preparation and to prepare a tooth it's different to drill a tool we have to be minimally invasive in invasive for sure have to be minimally invasive nowadays and always but we have to be for me more important than to be minimal invasive is to be correct and sufficient invasive create a very well .
Tools preparation why to have a very well ceramic adaptation a very well finishing line and to have what we call insertion axis we have to have an insertion axis to cement correct disarrange in tooth structure you understand so create a very nice tooth preparation and to to create a very nice truth .
Preparation we have to have what magnification I tell everybody that look Loops nowadays they are not anymore a luxury article they are very very important tools for a high quality and high high performance a dense tree so if we are talking about direct entry with sir a wave composite or indirect destory with .
Ceramic we have to have magnification we have to use very nice loops look we are working in the worst environment on the planet there is the mouth everything in the mouth is dirty it's wet it's dark it's very small most of the time we have the tone most of the time we don't know we don't see what we are doing so we have .
To see and how we see using magnification there's two types of Dentistry one without magnification and the dense remade with magnification that is much much better right so one more time since we have all the preparations very well done we are going to be we're going to use retraction corks to make their interactions of the the the gum .
And this is a very important issue we have to use very correctly our our cord and here of FGM one more time please have Jerry returned with your cords because they are fantastic so FGM used to have very nice protection cord and I pray to return with those retraction cords that are fantastic and one more time we have to use to put though that .
The court has to be very thin has to be very good and one more time to put the cords in the Gamo have to use very nice spatula very nice very thinly spatula to not harm the the gum so generally we put one very thin cord like zero zero zero zero or three zero and to get I am Oh static effect after that we use another cord a little bit thicker .
Like zero like one we don't need more than that and with a very nice silicon material with a very nice silicon material you're gonna make the impression and the the silicon material has to be addition silicon and not condensation silicon it has to be a very stable material that is addition silicon with a very nice consistent it doesn't .
Matter if it's the if the impression is going to be separate first day that the heavy material and after that the light material or the Sevilla simultaneous impression we take the the putti materials and they light mature together doesn't matter or have to dominate the impression material and as soon as we have and we get a very nice impression .
We send this material to the to our lab to our sarah mist so the Sarah mist has to use a very nice gypsum it has to have a very nice model a very stable model to make our ceramic with nowadays with feldspathic ceramic or with or with lithium d silicate it has to be stable the ovens the temperature has to be stable the .
Technique has to dominate the technician having art because from the part from the time then we we we take the impression to the technique all their responsibilities becomes to the technique so the technique has to understand all the steps very perfectly because if something changed in the lab for sure the ceramic is gonna change .
And if the ceramic chains we are we are not gonna have a very nice adaptation we are not gonna have the optical properties that we there we want and we are not going to have the mechanical properties that you want so the taxis the ceramic arrives in the lab the technique the technique that the technician has to take care with all the .
Steps okay and one more time as soon as this ceramic as soon as the ceramic here I'm gonna I'm gonna show you in look as soon as we have here the ceramic lens as soon as the ceramic arrives in our hands let me try to show you here as soon as the ceramic arrives in our hands we have to check those ceramics the adaptational these ceramics in the mod in the in the .
In the model and after that we have in the ceramics so if we want we do not have if we if we commit any mistakes in the bonding procedure we are gonna have mistakes and we're gonna mistakes do what we call the dry proof and what is the dry proof before we do any kind of treatment we have to check ceramic by ceramic in the tooth ceramic by ceramic .
One pair one two check the cervical proximal and palatov adaptation to check to put them together and check the the proximal adaptation we have to check this very very carefully it's what we call dry proof after that considering that the ceramic veneers are very thin mainly this are implants we have to use the color test what we call the train .
And FGM for sure have a wonderful veneer cement that is all st. veneer and nowadays with ABS technology we have here they try in veneer that is the trying pastes just to try the colors and here the final cement and the color has to be the same why because for example if we choose from the opaque one they all travel you the color of the the .
Train has to be very very similar to the final cement so here in the in the outside veneer we have since a tree to a to a one translucent that is very native neutral we have opaque bleach that is more clear and we have a white propane that is more more wine so we have to have a very nice veneer cement a light cure cement a like urine and earth with .
A very reliable linear systems and first of all we work with the trying and I like to I like to work with the trying and before Oh as to the patient which color do you deserve for sure and in one half I put like a 1 and in another half I put like opaque white and that's what you like more oh I like this I like that because with the veneers .
Mainly the lens we can change the file at file for the final color changing the cement so because because they are very thin so one important information is there when we talk about lens the final result of the lens color depends on the ceramic that we use it the color of the tooth substrate and the color of the cement why because if the the tooth .
Substrate is dark probably with ceramic lengths it's gonna be dark if we change the color of the cement we're gonna change the final result because it's very very thin so pay attention on that second as soon as everything is perfect adaptation toothsome a cement shade color we are red choose correctly we are gonna have to do the internal treatment .
Of the ceramic and one more time we have to know which ceramic we are working with generally nowadays are filled Hispanic ceramic or lithium the silicate ceramic that they are all accessible with Florida acid so if we are working with one more time for this Patek ceramics or DT on silicate they are edible ceramics with fluidic acid .
Because some saran cornea and like a no ceramics they are not a chabot they are not editable we've acid ceramic okay so first of all we have to work with a very nice ceramic and fluidic acid we have here contact porcelain of FGM from 5% to 10% we are going to apply this acid inside the ceramic for 30 seconds to 1 minute .
After that we wash we wash a lot with air and water we wash me clean everything we are going to apply phosphoric acid like cold egg inside just one just to tool to remove the residuals of the fluidic acid so we use the phosphoric acid to clean the ceramic not to edge for 30 seconds to 1 minute correct .
After that we have to use Asylum asylum here we have pros you to to allow a chemical union between the ceramic and the bonding system correct so after that we apply the Saline we are try to evaporate soil after that we apply the bonding system like Amber Universal ApS we apply umber inside and we do not cure the balding system inside the ceramic do .
Not because we are done we are going to create undercuts and we are not going to have a good adaptation we just apply number and air dry air trials on tooth structure what we are gonna do we're gonna add Dean ammo phosphoric acid 30 seconds and apply amber Universal that we can use by watching technique or self etching .
Technique so you have to dominate the technique and after that base it on base and own the color I choose of the outside veneers so if I choose I'll say veneer Oh W I have to use all same veneer Oh Gavin you understand no I want to use all same veneer trans if I choose the trying Trump's I have to use the trans final cement correct so after that .
I apply my all same veneer inside my inside mine my veneer it's not necessary to apply a very amount of cement we spread a little bit firmly we can apply a little bit in the truth structure and after there with a lot of careful we make a small breaths a small press create a very nice adaptation do not put a lot of pressure correct .
We remove all the excess with a caddie brush with tooth flaws with the spatula so remove all the the the cement access check all the adaptation because Lord if the cement is just photo curing cement it's not gonna polymerize different from all same for example there is a to all cement so we have to be faster but if we are working with just a veneer .
We don't need to be on a hurry so check everything before light curing and as soon as you we have everything John let's light her with a lot of light with a very powerful light curing unit correct I tell I tell everybody every where that I go all polymers bonding composite and cements they love light they love light .
So how long do we have to polymerize and to cure I always leave my light curing unit one minute from buco from Mina and one minute from a palette our portion why because polymers loves light correct if we if we put a lot of light the polymer is gonna say thank you very much but if we soup if we under polymerize under polymerize our polymer .
We are going we are gonna have problems and after that we check all the the we check all the we check all the the adapt Asian we remove the excess with a blade with any kind of instruments check everything check occlusion and if we do that we are gonna have a very nice result you understand so every time that we talk about bonding .
Technique because composites and ceramics eyeball are bonding techniques if we are talking about bonding techniques we have a lot of variables and if we do not dominate those variables we're gonna have commit mistakes mr. muhannad it's asking me about sir mark silicones let me read let me write here .
Cermak silicones are Walter those are marked silicones are are very very good we have a we have wonderful silicones nowadays but we have to dominate the silicones okay so one more time when we when we talk about and we face together and we put face to face composite and ceramic I don't like to put them on fight I don't like to to to this kind of .
Of a fight that some people says Oh ceramic are better than much better than composite composite are better than surrender no they are wonderful material with different techniques there sometimes we can use both there's some clinical case or there in maybe most of the situation I tell to my patients you can have both we can have both materials .
They are different but they are very good they're good and we all have to dominate their materials I love composite I love ceramic but we have to understand about the material the technique they correct the correct indications and they pocket the pocket of the patient because sometimes what what it's it's gonna close the deal it's .
Not the material but the pocket of your patient so respect the pocket of your patient I know that all of you of different countries has a lot of money but here in Brazil is different so oh I just used her Remy okay I just use it composite okay but I love both some clinical case or some situations I tell the patient in your case I can perform .
Your case even with composite even with ceramic doctor what is gonna be better in your case both it depends on your pocket okay mr. Ahmed it's taught me about we have a we do a fast curing first to remove the excess and after the final curing okay okay we can use this technique for sure for sure okay it's easier we just perform a very fast shot .
Light like this one two seconds remove all the excess because the the cement it's a little bits a kind of gelatine and after that finish the final cure me okay my friend so this is what I I would like to present you my my opinion about those two fantastic materials there is composites there is ceramic and all the the fantastic materials we have nowadays .
In our materials Renata is asking me which technique do you most use it in your office another technique about what about if I use more ceramic if I use more composite or any different kind of technique cementation and after definitely definitely I use I use both technique both techniques .
Because look we have to understand in some clinical cases for example in a big mouth rehabilitation like this in a big rehabilitation I prefer to use ceramic for sure but if the patient do not have money I can do this with composite because they come first of all big difficult the FGM composites are fantastic in mechanical properties and .
Since I know how to work with the composite I can do this in another situations I tell the patient oh for example in one single in scissor one single in scissor that is the most difficult static situation in dentistry one single in scissor I always tell to my patient I rather do with composite then with ceramic but if .
The patient told me tells me oh I want ceramic I tell him okay and there's some clinical case that I chose to the patient I can do with ceramic I can do with composite I guarantee you that with ceramic or with composite it's gonna be wonderful because the material is wonderful and now I'm gonna I'm gonna talk with hammer question first of all .
We have to talk about money the money pockets ceramic are more expensive and a hammer when we talk about longevity and staining of the composite look the longevity of the composite nowadays are much better why because the mechanical properties the physical and chemical properties of the composites and the .
Quality of the the photo Curie units that we have nowadays they're much better and since we have a better polymer we have a more compact polymer and since we have a better polymer we have much much much less degradation and staining and one of the other one of the the big advantages that I like nowadays is because mainly in Vitra we have ApS .
Technology and ApS technology from F GM allow us to have not only static but a much better polymer a polymer with a higher degree of curing structure a more stable polymer consequently less staining but unfortunately it doesn't matter in composites we're gonna have more standing than in ceramic for sure unfortunately but as I told you I have .
Here a composite material composites follow-up of eight years of five years eight years twelve years with a wonderful result of course we have after five six seven years we start some standing yes do we have to remove the composite know if it's okay sometime very nice finishing and polishing techniques we remove they stain .
Okay so one one one very good important point is it's not only to to do a very nice balding technique it's not only to use a premium composite it's not only to photo Curie very well we have to use a very nice finishing and polishing technique you understand so finishing and polishing are as important or so important as the previous of technique .
All the technique has to be perfect I always tell my composite patients back at least every year come back at least every year for our composite repolish a five minutes composite republishing technique we are gonna have a wonderful longevity of our composites okay my friends so please if you have any more doubts do not hesitate here or by my .
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More time from this quality from this from your preoccupation with the quality of the industry and congratulation more time for being this wonderful wonderful company that I am very pleased and very honored to be to be partner so first of all one more time thank you very much after him and take one more time all of you that .
That is that came together with me in this webinar I know the hard situation we are facing nowadays but let's be let's be together at this moment let's be closer this moment let's pray together that for sure and pretty soon we are gonna leave this situation this very tough situation and we are gonna be a much more professional and much more .
Human beings so all of you folks one more time thank you very very much for your kindness for irritation for being connection with me and I wish you good luck I wish you health and I wish you for sure a lot of blessings a lot of blessings so thank you very much being piece being blessings and hope to see you soon okay thank you thank you very .
Very much for all your kindness big kiss