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Inside Dentistry eBook

Advancements in Zirconia Block Technology

Tuesday, December 26, 2023

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  • A full coverage posterior crown can be prepared with a minimal thickness of 0.8 mm, while maintaining flexural strength of 933 MPa. 
  • The whole process from intraoral scanning and design to milling, sintering, and polishing or glazing can be accomplished in 45 minutes or less.
  • These materials can be used on a wide range of cases, from simple to complex.

The newest all-ceramic restoration blocks can be used to fabricate anterior crowns, posterior crowns, inlays, onlays, veneers, bridges, and frameworks. The key advantages are esthetics, strength, and speed.

The latest zirconia block materials have been optimized to achieve higher efficiency while maintaining characteristics such as natural gradation, speed sintering compatibility, mechanical strength, and a wide selection of shades.

This eBook presents two case reports, as well as workflow guidelines.


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