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BruxZir

BruxZir Solid Zirconia is made from virtually unbreakable, biocompatible medical-grade zirconia.
It has no porcelain overlay and is more resistant to chipping, cracking, or breakage in the mouth.
It offers dentists a solution for the most functionally demanding cases with its high flexural strength up to 1465 MPa.

  • Anterior & Posterior Crowns & bridges up to 16 units
  • Screw-retained crowns and bridges, and implant prostheses
  • Inlays and onlays Ideal for bruxers who have destroyed natural teeth or previous dental restorations
  • Chamfer or shoulder margins are preferred
  • Minimum occlusal reduction of 0.5 mm; 1 mm is ideal. If the resulting crown thickness is 0.5 mm, the practitioner should not adjust the crown; any chairside adjustments should be done on opposing tooth.
  • For adjustments – Minimum thickness to maintain full strength of BruxZir Full-Strength is 0.5 mm (ideally 1.0 mm). To prevent breakage, do not adjust bridge connector areas. fine-grit diamond with light pressure to avoid potential microfractures.
  • A football-shaped bur is most effective for adjusting occlusion on the occlusal surfaces of posterior teeth and lingual surfaces of anterior teeth.
  • A tapered bur is used for adjusting cusps or proximal contacts.
  • A round bur is used to adjust a cusp or a fossa and for creating endodontic access For polishing – Polish BruxZir zirconia restorations with the porcelain polishing system of your choice.
  • Resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement such as RelyX™ Luting Cement (3M ESPE; St. Paul, Minn.) or GC Fuji Plus™ (GC America; Alsip; Ill.)
  • For short or over-tapered preparations, use a resin cement such as RelyX™ Unicem (3M ESPE) or Panavia™ F2.0 (Kuraray; New York, N.Y.)
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3D MultilithicTM Zirconia

3D MultilithicTM Solid Zirconia restorations are made from a disc that has a multilayer shade (has multiple layers within it). It has 3 different transitions and gradient translucency of 48% to 43% from cervical to incisal along with a uniform strength of 1100 Mpa. An excellent option for anteriors that will eliminate the chipping problem due to porcelain overlay

Indicated for anterior full contour crowns and bridges ( upto 3 units) and posterior full contour crowns and bridges ( upto 4 units)

Mild chamfer margin 1mm buccal, lingual and occlusal.

  • Resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement such as RelyX™ Luting Cement (3M ESPE; St.Paul, Minn.) or GC Fuji Plus™ (GC America;)
  • For short or over-tapered preparations and Inlay and Onlays, use a resin cement such as
    RelyX™ Unicem (3M ESPE) or Panavia™ F2.0 (Kuraray; New York, N.Y.)
E.Z Layered Zirconia

E.Z layered Zirconia

When a case demands high esthetics E.Z Esthetic Layered Zirconia delivers the ‘WOW’ factor for your patients. With a 44% translucency and a strength of 1200Mpa E.Z restorations are milled over CAD-CAM to give a precise fit. Followed by the layering of porcelain, the resulting restorations exhibit life-like esthetics independent of the shade of the prepared tooth and are highly recommended for anterior case.

  • -Single crowns to full arch bridges [ Anterior up to 4 pontics, posterior up to 2 pontics(max.20mm)]
  • Maryland 3 Unit Bridges
  • Inlays / Onlays

Shoulder margin with 1 – 1.5mm overall reduction

  • For resin cements better to use Ivoclean (Ivoclar) or sand blast with (aluminium oxide 50- 110 micron max.2bar) before cementation
  • Resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement such as RelyX™ Luting Cement (3M ESPE; St. Paul, Minn.) or GC Fuji Plus™ (GC America; Alsip; Ill.)
  • For short or over-tapered preparations, use a resin cement such as RelyX™ Unicem (3M ESPE) or Panavia™ F2.0 (Kuraray; New York, N.Y.)
Emax

IPS E.MaxTM

10 years of clinical evidence, over 40 million restorations & 98.2% survival rate. IPS E.max™ lithium disilicate speaks for itself. Lithium disilicate is an esthetically pleasing ceramic material with a flexural strength of 500Mpa. Emax restorations can help you fix chipped teeth, misaligned teeth & gaps between the teeth. To maximize esthetics with E.max, it is also important to select the shade of the prepared tooth.

  • Veneers
  • Occlusal veneers
  • Inlays, onlays, partial crowns
  • Anterior and posterior single crowns (≥ 1 mm)
  • Three-unit bridges (up to the second premolar as the terminal abutment)
  • Hybrid abutments and hybrid abutment crowns

Do not prepare any angles or edges.

  • The ideal preparation is a shoulder with rounded inner angles or a chamfer preparation.
  • Evenly reduce the anatomical shape while observing the stipulated minimum wall thicknesses.
  1. For Thin veneers, veneers, occlusal veneers, inlays, onlays, partial crowns, minimally invasive crowns, adhesive cementation is recommended. Eg.Variolink Esthetic, Multilink Automix
  2. For Crowns, 3-unit bridges up to the 2nd premolar, self adhesive or conventional cementation is recommended. Eg.Speedcem Plus,Vivaglass CEM.
SoReal Premium

SoReal Premium Zirconia

Milled to full contour, SoReal premium zirconia restorations exhibit flexural strength over 1400Mpa. They are an optimal combination of durability and esthetics. With no porcelain overlay, they are relatively chip resistant.

  • Anterior & Posterior Crowns & bridges up to 16 units
  • Screw-retained crowns and bridges, and implant prostheses
  • Inlays and onlays
  • Chamfer or shoulder margins are preferred
  • Minimum occlusal reduction of 0.5 mm; 1 mm is ideal. If the resulting crown thickness is 0.5 mm, the practitioner should not adjust the crown; any chairside adjustments should be done on opposing tooth.
  • For adjustments – Minimum thickness to maintain full strength of SoReal Premoium Zirconia is 0.5 mm (ideally 1.0 mm).
  • To prevent breakage, do not adjust bridge connector areas. fine-grit diamond with light pressure to avoid potential microfractures.
  • A football-shaped bur is most effective for adjusting occlusion on the occlusal surfaces of posterior teeth and lingual surfaces of anterior teeth.
  • A tapered bur is used for adjusting cusps or proximal contacts.
  • A round bur is used to adjust a cusp or a fossa and for creating endodontic access
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PFM – Porcelain Fused to Metal

Made using SLM (Selective Laser Melting) Technology, our laser PFMs are a step ahead than the conventional PFMs as they demonstrate great marginal adaptation and fit along with improved strength. Laser sintered copings with uniform thickness are layered with porcelain to impart a natural look to the final restoration.

  • Single crowns to full arch bridges 
  • Maryland 3 Unit Bridges
  • A rounded shoulder of ideally 1mm is most preferable with a 1.5-2mm ideal overall reduction for a functional morphology
  •  Resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement such as RelyX™ Luting Cement (3M ESPE; St. Paul, Minn.) or GC Fuji Plus™ (GC America; Alsip; Ill.)
  • For short or over-tapered preparations, use a resin cement such as RelyX™ Unicem (3M ESPE) or Panavia™ F2.0 (Kuraray; New York, N.Y.)
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Full Cast Gold

Full-cast gold restorations are the restorative dentistry traditional standard. They have proven longevity of service for posterior cases. They are the standard for long-term durability of posterior crowns.

  • Posterior crowns
  • Inlays & onlays

Feather-edge margin preparations

  • Glass ionomer cement (GC Fuji, GC America)
  • Zinc Phosphate, Polycarboxylate ,Resin Ionomer cement (RelyX, 3M ESPE)
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SoReal CAD-CAM Temporaries

Designed and milled using multilayer material providing amazing shades and results. SoReal CAD-CAM Temporaries provide your patients with a beautiful smile as soon as you prepare their teeth. SoReal Temporary is a short-term provisional that serves as a template for the final restoration. They have an esthetic, pleasing look that resembles natural teeth

  • Manages tissue and ensures a comfortable fit for the permanent restoration
  • Improves the healing process of gum tissue
  • Helps confirm phonetics

Depending on the type of final restoration

Commercially available temporary cement.

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