10-year IPS e.max guarantee

Trust builds confidence

More than 150 million restorations, a survival rate of over 96%[1], more than 15 years of experience.

The IPS e.max guarantee is as promising as the material itself. The demands on today’s dental products continue to grow. Dental professionals need to heighten their productivity and require continuous reliability in order to maintain their competitive edge.

By choosing IPS e.max materials you are making the right choice, because these materials have proven their long-lasting clinical performance on a daily basis[2].

Your trust; our promise.

To maximize the trust we have in our material, and the trust you have place in us, we are pleased to now offer a 10-year guarantee on your newly placed IPS e.max restorations. This IPS e.max guarantee is valid from 1 July 2020 and also applies retroactively for five years for dental restorations that were permanently placed on 1 July 2015 or later.

  • The guarantee covers the following IPS e.max products: zirconium oxide (IPS e.max ZirCAD), lithium disilicate (IPS e.max Press and IPS e.max CAD) as well as layering ceramics (IPS e.max Ceram).

  • We offer a 10-year guarantee on newly placed restorations. It also applies retroactively for restorations that were placed during the past five years.

  • We guarantee that correctly and professionally fabricated IPS e.max dental restorations will not show any material defects such as fractures or chipping.

What does this mean for you when you place a new restoration?

The dental technician and the dentist both benefit: The laboratory will receive a once-off reimbursement or a replacement of the product under guarantee, while the dentist will be reimbursed for the replacement or repair of the work previously accomplished.

Your satisfaction is of utmost importance to us.

Regardless of which IPS e.max products you use and whether you used them five years ago or will be using them in the future. The IPS e.max guarantee – for additional peace of mind.

[1] Ivoclar, Scientific Report IPS e.max Vol.3, Study Report, 2018
[2] Boldt et.al, Dtsch. Zahnaerztl. Z. 72 (4), 2017