Inside Dentistry
February 2021
Volume 17, Issue 2

New to Market

Permanent Crown Resin and Soft Tissue Starter Pack

1. The launch of these new materials empowers dental offices and laboratories to further digitize restorative dentistry and offer patients 3D printed long-term restorations, such as fillings, crowns, bridges, and implants. 3D printing permanent crowns is a completely new application for the dental industry, and with Formlabs' new Permanent Crown Resin, the company is one of the first 3D printing manufacturers to offer a high-quality solution with a low up-front equipment cost.

Planmeca PlanMill® 50 S and PlanCAD® Premium

2. The Planmeca PlanMill® 50 S is a robust 5-axis unit for wet and dry dental milling applications. This bold solution is changing same day dentistry, giving clinicians the power to create high-end restorations and prosthetics with the flexibility to choose any material available in disc or block form, such as zirconia or IPS e.max®. The Planmeca PlanCAD® Premium software has the widest range of CAD/CAM indications, including crown and bridge designs, inlays, onlays, veneers, wax-ups, and more.


3. Tokuyama Dental America's REBASE III, the next generation of chairside hard denture reline material, simplifies the overall chairside procedure through enhanced mixability, requiring less mixing time and with less bubble formation than ever; extended handling time, ensuring optimal viscosity for complete coverage of the entire denture base; and increased flexural strength, outperforming and outlasting the most durable hard reline materials available.

VisCalor bulk

4. VisCalor bulk, the world's first thermoviscous bulk-fill composite, offers an entirely new 2-in-1 technology. Once warmed, VisCalor bulk delivers the viscosity of a flowable composite, then once placed, it rapidly cools to body temperature, allowing for the immediate sculptability of a packable composite. With an 83% fill rate by weight and a 4-mm depth of cure, VisCalor bulk saves time by eliminating procedural steps and the need for additional materials used as a restorative base, liner, or occlusal capping layer, effectively making it two restoratives in one.

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