Fixed Prosthesis

IPS e.Max CAD® & Zirconia Zirlux® 16+

Our dental lab is able to create state-of-the-art crowns that combine aesthetic and strength to satisfy the needs of our clients. We use both IPS e.Max CAD and Zirconia Zirlux 16+ to give a range of options.

IPS e.Max CAD®

is a lithium disilicate glass-ceramic which is suitable for the efficient fabrication of full-contour restorations. It is known for its versatile applications, comprehensive range of processing options, and for its high strength of 530 MPa.

Zirconia Zirlux® 16+

is the alternative to glass ceramic crowns without sacrificing strength or durability. It follows a unique manufacturing process where powders and special formulas are blended together create this natural looking translucent material.

Zirconia Zirlux® 16+

We are able to provide an alternative to cemented crowns by using screw-axis channeled crowns. Design and milling is all done in-house for faster and reliable service.

Zirconia Zirlux® 16+

is the alternative to glass ceramic crowns without sacrificing strength or durability. It follows a unique manufacturing process where powders and special formulas are blended together create this natural looking translucent material.

DESS® and Creodent© Libraries

In house custom abutment milling using DESS® and Creodent© FDA 510k clearance raw abutments with wide libraries that are able to meet our clients needs.

ZirkonZahn® Titanium Bar & Nano Composite VOCO® Teeth

After receiving all scans or models from the clinics to the lab, we will first design a preliminary full thimble, frame and teeth, printed in provisional two-shade material which will be sent to the clinic for verification of aesthetic. Adjustments will be made if needed.

A frame base of the thimble will be milled from a ZirkonZahn Titanit titanium plate. Teeth will then be designed and printed for clinic evalution.

After another confirmation, the teeth will be adjusted if needed and then milled from a VOCO nano-composite ceramic Grandio disc. They will be processed and finished and sent to the clinic as the final prosthesis.

VOCO Grandio® disc

have a high fill content of 86% as well as having excellent physical values for flexural strength and abrasion.

ZirkonZahn® Titanit disc

is made from high-quality medical titanium alloy for the production of metal structures to be veneered with ceramics as well as bars and implant-supported constructions.

ZirkonZahn® Titanium Bar & VITA MFT® Acrylic Teeth

After receiving all of the scans or models for the case, we will design and mill a titanium bar from a ZirkonZahn Titanit titanium plate. VITA acrylic teeth will be set-up for try-in.

The case will be sent back to the clinic for confirmation and any adjustments that are needed will be made. It will then be processed and finished and sent back to the clinic.

VITA MFT®

are made of HC polymer material for solid standard dentures.

ZirkonZahn Titanit® disc

is made from high-quality medical titanium alloy for the production of metal structures to be veneered with ceramics as well as bars and implant-supported constructions.

Zirconia Zirlux® 16+ with Generic Ti-Bases

See steps below for Full Mouth Restoration.

Zirconia Zirlux® 16+

is the alternative to glass ceramic crowns without sacrificing strength or durability. It follows a unique manufacturing process where powders and special formulas are blended together create this natural looking translucent material.

3D Prints

With our in-house 3D printing center, we are able to design and print many appliances for our clients including models, try-in cases, temporary dentures, gingiva, and crowns.

Surgical guides can only be printed in the lab as designs need to be sent by clinics.

Click here to learn more about our printing center.

Steps for Full Mouth Restoration

First Step

Technicians will review the case and the components upon arrival to the lab. We will evaluate all provided information in order to determine the best approach for each case.

A bite registration will be sent back to clinics.

Second Step

The lab will send you either a denture set-up or a printed denture obtained from the bite registration.

Denture set-up must be sent back to the lab after all necessary adjustments have been made by the doctor. (Either a reset or second print denture try-in may be needed for the third step).

Third Step

We will create a PMMA for the patient to wear at home and evaluate. This stage allows for any necessary adjustments and addresses potential concerns.

It is crucial to inform patients about shade and texture differences between PMMA and materials like Zirconia or Nano Composite (VOCO) prior to lab manufacturing.

Fourth Step

This will be the final time the case returns to our dental lab to be processed and finished and this will be the final delivery of the case to your office.

 

 

 

Additional Tips

We recommend the use of multi-unit abutments.

We prefer all implant components such as lab analogs and abutments to be included in the case or the use of our option of custom abutments in which we will only need a lab analog. Our custom abutments are fabricated using our in-house milling center.

Implant exposure should be discussed with patients from the very beginning.

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