The innovative and versatile zirconium oxide
IPS e.max ZirCAD is the material of choice for cases in which high mechanical stability, thin restoration walls and natural-looking aesthetics* are of the essence. Tooth preserving and natural-looking restorations* with considerably reduced wall thicknesses can be created as the material provides high strength.
Universal areas of application due to a wide range of solutions
- Crown copings and crowns
- Full-contour 3-unit bridges and bridge frameworks
- Full-contour wide-span bridges and bridge frameworks
- Implant-supported superstructures
Versatile processing options
- Depending on which disc you select, there are several methods you may use to create your restoration, such as the monolithic method or the veneering technique
- Select between infiltration, staining, cut-back or veneering technique
- Flexural strength of 850 - 1200 MPa depending on the selected IPS e.max ZirCAD material
- For thin restoration walls and minimally invasive solutions
IPS e.max ZirCAD LT (low translucency)
IPS e.max ZirCAD LT is the allrounder in the portfolio. The material combines high mechanical stability (1,200 MPa)2 with pleasing aesthetics. These properties make IPS e.max ZirCAD LT suitable for the fabrication of minimally invasive single-tooth restorations and stable multi-unit framework structures. Restorations can be produced using a variety of techniques: monolithic method, infiltration, partial veneering and complete veneering. IPS e.max ZirCAD LT is available as a disc with a diameter of 98.5mm and as a block in different sizes.
The discs and blocks are offered in 7 group shades and 8 A-D shades. Especially available for the brush infiltration technique, the IPS e.max ZirCAD LT Colouring Liquids are optimally coordinated with the IPS e.max ZirCAD LT discs.
Areas of application
- Crown copings
- 3-unit and multi-unit bridge frameworks with max. 2 pontics
- Full-contour crowns
- Full-contour 3-unit bridges
- Full-contour 4-and multi-unit bridges with max. 2 pontics
* At natural light conditions. The use of artificially generated UV or UV-like light may result in a different impression.