IPS e.max CAD for PrograMill

IPS e.max CAD for PrograMill

IPS e.max CAD lithium disilicate is the most commonly used glass-ceramic worldwide*. The material covers a wide variety of indications and combines efficiency with easy handling.

The versatile and reliable lithium disilicate glass-ceramic IPS e.max CAD ensures vibrant esthetic results. Very good light optical properties, in combination with a unique material structure and high strength (530 MPa**), allow beautiful, natural-looking restorations to be achieved.

The high level of clinical evidence with regard to IPS e.max CAD provides assurance and reliability in the production of long-term, esthetic restorations. This results in satisfied patients.

* Based on sales figures
** Mean biaxial flexural strength, R&D Ivoclar Vivadent, Schaan, Liechtenstein

INDICATIONS

  • Veneers (0.4 mm)
  • Occlusal veneers
  • Inlays
  • Onlays
  • Partial crowns
  • Crowns
  • Minimally invasive crowns (≥1 mm)***
  • Three-unit bridges (up to the second premolar as the terminal abutment)

*** Long-term clinical experience and high strength together with adhesive cementation make a crown with at least 1 mm thickness possible.

IPS e.max ZirCAD

IPS e.max ZirCAD

Choose IPS e.max ZirCAD when high mechanical strength, low wall thicknesses and very high esthetics are required. This material is suitable for the production of monolithic and veneered crowns and bridges for the anterior and posterior regions. Due to a stability of 850 and 1,200 MPa* and high fracture toughness, the wall thicknesses of all-ceramic restorations can be reduced to a minimum. This means more natural tooth structure can be preserved during preparation. 

The well-proven concept for the different translucency levels of IPS e.max also applies to IPS e.max ZirCAD.


* Mean biaxial flexural strength depending on the translucency, R&D Ivoclar Vivadent, Schaan, Liechtenstein

INDICATIONS

  • Full-contour crowns and bridges
  • Crown and bridge frameworks
  • Implant-supported superstructures

 

IPS Empress CAD for ProgramMill

IPS Empress CAD for ProgramMill

IPS Empress CAD are leucite-reinforced glass-ceramic blocks. They have brilliant light-optical properties. Due to its flexural strength of 185 MPa*, IPS Empress CAD gives all-ceramic, single-tooth restorations a high degree of stability. The polychromatic IPS Empress CAD Multi blocks have a natural gradation of shade and fluorescence from the dentin to the incisal edge. This gives the restorations a natural appearance, even without additional characterization. Due to their pronounced chameleon effect, the monochromatic HT blocks are ideal for inlays and onlays. The natural brightness value of the LT blocks has been especially perfected for crowns and veneers.

* Mean biaxial flexural strength, R&D Ivoclar Vivadent, Schaan, Liechtenstein

INDICATIONS

  • Veneers
  • Inlays, onlays
  • Partial crowns
  • Crowns
Telio CAD

Telio CAD

Telio CAD are highly cross-linked PMMA blocks and discs. With this material it is possible to produce temporary crowns, bridges and implant restorations. The industrial polymerization process makes the material very homogeneous. This means Telio CAD can be easily processed. Prior to insertion, you can choose whether the restoration should be polished or individualized with the stains and layering materials of the SR Nexco light-curing laboratory composite range.

Convincing the patient

You can show the patient what the final restoration will look like whilst it is still in its temporary state, as the visual appearance of the material is excellent.

Reducing the amount of rework required

Give your patient a natural-looking smile: with a material which is comfortable to wear, shows hardly any discoloration and has a low affinity to plaque.

 

INDICATIONS

  • Temporary crowns and bridges
  • Temporary hybrid abutment crowns
Colado CAD CoCr4

Colado CAD CoCr4

Colado CAD CoCr4 are discs made from a cobalt-chromium alloy. With these discs it is possible to create large-span bridges, bars and much more. Even restorations with very thin cross-sections, which need to withstand strong forces, can be milled from Colado CAD CoCr4. The homogeneous metal structure ensures a good bond to the veneering material (e.g. IPS Style metal-ceramic). Colado CAD CoCr4 has a CTE of 14.4 ± 0.5 x 10-6/K. The milled restorations can be veneered with the conventional Ivoclar Vivadent veneering materials.

INDICATIONS

  • Veneered crowns
  • Long-span bridges 
  • Bridges with small cross-sections
  • Bars
  • Implant-supported superstructures
Colado CAD Ti2 & Colado CAD Ti5

Colado CAD Ti2 & Colado CAD Ti5

Colado CAD Ti2 are pure titanium discs. They are suitable for the production of crowns and bridges for the anterior and posterior regions. Depending on the situation and the indication, you can use the light-curing laboratory composite SR Nexco to veneer the restorations. The CTE range of Colado CAD Ti2 is 9.6 x 10-6/K.

Colado CAD Ti5 are discs made from a titanium alloy. Use these discs to mill crowns, large-span bridges, bars and implant restorations. The laboratory composite SR Nexco allows you to veneer restorations individually according to the patient’s requirement. The CTE range of Colado CAD Ti5 is 10.3 x 10-6/K.

INDICATIONS

Colado CAD Ti2

  • posterior and anterior crowns and bridge frameworks 

Colado CAD Ti5

  • Veneered crowns
  • Long-span bridges
  • Bridges with small cross-sections
  • Bars or implant-supported superstructures

 

Viteo Base

Viteo Base

Viteo Base is a titanium bonding base for single tooth restorations. The special, ”soft edge” design of the bonding surface is ideally suited to the Ivoclar Vivadent restoration materials and therefore supports long-term clinical use. The connection between the titanium bonding base and the implant has been certified and coordinated with the most commonly used implant systems.

Soft edge design reduces tension

When the restoration is subjected to stress or tension, the rounded design of the bonding surface, without edges and rotation pins, allows a uniform distribution of force - comparable to the design of a framework with veneering materials. The result: The tensile or compressive stress on the titanium base is evenly distributed. (Excessive) stress in selective areas is avoided. This reduces the risk of fractures.