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Zirconia


Full Zirconia

Zirconia is a milled product made from Zirconium-oxide, giving the look of an all ceramic crown. It allows for a strength that cannot be found in all ceramic or porcelain fused to metal crowns. Because of its great aesthetic and durable capabilities, it is commonly used in prosthetic and restorative dentistry. Zirconia can be used as a single crown, large span bridges, multiple unit crowns, as well as the ability to use it for aesthetics when creating an implant zirconia abutment.

Layered Zirconia

An all-ceramic restoration with a zirconia core and a porcelain overlay. An alternative to PFM’s, the PFZ is more aesthetic than the total zirconia Bruxzir restoration and can be prescribed anywhere in the mouth. By integrating the best of class CAD/CAM systems, GHTDL has created a crown that delivers on price, fit, strength, and aesthetics.

  • IPS e.max ZirCAD
    – The high -strength zirconium oxide
    – High mechanical stability, thin restoration walls, natural-looking esthetics
    – High strength, ranging from 850-1200MPa and high fracture toughness
  • 3M Lava plus
    – 3x stronger than lithium disilicate, allowing for 3x less occlusal preparation
    – Fracture strength greater than 1100MPa
    – Thinner wall structure provides higher translucency
  • Wieland Zenostar
    – Coordinated shades and three translucency level
    – High-quality raw materials using advanced manufacturing methods
  • Eclipse V2.0
    – High translucency and high strength
    – Strength of restorations made after crystallization is 1200MPa
  • High Translucent Kiss V1.0
    – Stronger than Monolithic e.max yet more translucent than monolithic zirconia
    – Strength of restorations made after crystallization is 800MPa
  • Jensen XT Zirconia (Solid Zirconia, Layer with Porcelain)
    – Unmatched translucency and esthetics for a high strength zirconia (1100 MPa)
    – Superior millability and fit for single crowns or long span bridges
    – Conventional Cementation