Zirconia block consists of four layers of zirconia in graduated shades. This product allows the chair side fabrication of natural-tooth-colored restorations eliminating a time-consuming and difficult situation when staining the restoration.
71mm zirconia block features 6 layers of natural color transition, matching color gradient of natural tooth from cervical to incisal. Translucency changes from 57% in incisal to 43% in cervical. It shows gradient decrease, achieving life-like transparency of natural tooth enamel while low transparency in cervical has effective opaque. Strength gradient is from 600 Mpa to 900 Mpa. It achieves low strength in occlusion and causes no harm to opposing dentin. High strength in base part realizes long bridge restoration.
Sirona cerec block is industrially manufactured, fine-structured feldspathic ceramic blocks used to produce inlays, onlays, crowns and veneers with cerec or inLab. The key advantage of cerec blocs is that restorations can be inserted immediately after the milling operation. Dentists also appreciate the good polishability and outstanding enamel-like abrasion properties of cerec blocs. The select composition, the fine microstructure and the industrial sintering process used in producing the ceramic blocks are the chief reasons for the good polishability and outstanding enamel-like abrasion properties of restorations produced from cerec blocs.
Lithium disilicate block also called glass ceramic, the main component is lithium disilicate and produced through special process. It is fast crystallization process and supreme esthetics result, therefore has become top material choice for CAD high efficiency, high strength restorations.
Dental lab wax is a substance most often made from paraffin, beeswax, or carnauba wax. It's solid at room temperature but softens from the warmth of your hands. It sticks to sharp surfaces inside your mouth and creates a smooth surface. Dental wax's primary use is to protect the mouth's sensitive areas such as the gums, lips, and cheeks' lining.
Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA), also known as acrylic or acrylic glass, is a transparent thermoplastic often used in sheet form as a lightweight or shatter-resistant alternative to glass. Dental pmma discs is made of a millable resin with properties that closely mirror those of a nature tooth, making it a fawless solution for laboratories to reduce processing time by eliminating labor-intensive metal investing and casting procedures in the workflow process.
Dental burs are metal instruments used by dentists for precise cutting, polishing and grinding. They are used in rotary dental instruments such as turbines, contra-angles and hand pieces.
Coated dental burs are an essential part of everyday general dentistry. The rotary instruments, designed for cutting hard tissues such as tooth enamel or bone, come in a range of shapes, sizes and grits with two or more sharp-edge blades and multiple cutting edges. Historically used in the preparation of tooth restoration as basic cutting devices, science and technology have driven the development of the ubiquitous bur to new heights, now encompassing an enormous range of options to deliver a variety of dental procedures. Rapidly robust and of high quality, dental burs are made of steel, stainless steel, tungsten carbide and diamond grit.
The diamond coated dental burs are composed of a stainless-steel frame coated in diamond powder available in various grits. The level grits determine the application of the burs in the dental practice. By the way, the sharpest diamond burs have delicate grits.
Dental consumables are specially created materials and are specifically designed according to the need in dental complications. Different types of dental consumables are available and their application and characteristics differ according to their intended use.