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    Aug082010

    IPS e.max Press Lithium Disilicate Crowns #6 & #7

    Work done by Costin Marinescu

    www.smartooth.com

     

    IPS e.max Press Lithium Disilicate: versatile and esthetic

    Experience the versatility of IPS e.max Press lithium disilicate glass ceramic (LS2). It offers the fit, form and function expected from pressed ceramics. In addition, it exhibits a unique strength of
    400 MPa and outstanding esthetics.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    IPS e.max Press is a lithium disilicate glass- ceramic ingot for the PRESS technology. The production process creates absolutely homogeneous ingots in different translucency levels. These ingots feature a strength of 400 MPa and are thus the pressed ceramic ingots with the highest strength. They are pressed in Ivoclar Vivadent press furnaces to produce restorations with out- standing accuracy of fit. The pressed, tooth-coloured, highly esthetic restorations are stained and/or veneered with IPS e.max Ceram and glazed.

    Indications

    – Table tops (occlusal veneers)

    – Thin Veneers

    – Veneers

    – Inlays

    – Onlays

    – Partial crowns

    – Crowns in the anterior and posterior region

    – 3-unit bridges in the anterior region

    – 3-unit bridges in the premolar region up to the second premolar as the terminal abutment

    – Pressing over electroplated single-crown frameworks

    – Implant superstructures for single-tooth restorations (anterior and posterior regions)

    – Implant superstructures for 3-unit bridges up to the second pre- molar as the terminal abutment

    – Primary telescope crowns

     

     

     

     

    Glass-ceramic restorations no longer need to be seated with the adhesive technique at all costs. It goes without saying that the adhesive cementation, for example using Variolink® II,continuestobethe“goldstandard”inall- ceramics, that it convinces users with outstanding bonding values and that it has proven its worth in successful long- term studies.
    Multilink® Automixisauniversalself-etchingcomposite system which can be applied without prior mixing. The Multilink Primer seals the dentin and provides a sound marginal seal as well as high bonding values. Nevertheless, a trend towards less complex cementation systems has been observed lately. If you have to cement IPS e.max Press crowns and bridges, you can either use the adhesive, self-adhesive or conventional technique – the choice is yours.
    The application of the new resin cement SpeedCEM is even easier than that of conventional cements and does not require a separate bonding agent. Vivaglass® CEM is an esthetic glass ionomer cement for the conventional technique. Both products are suitable for the cementation of high- strength all-ceramic restorations (ZrO2 and LS2).
    IPS e.max Press restorations are generally etched before they are seated. However, silanization is not required if the conventional cementation technique is used.

     Occlusal adjustments after the placement of the restoration are made with a (fine) diamond. A diamond polishing system (e.g. OptraFine) is used to efficiently polish restorations to a final high-gloss finish.

     

     

     

    Reader Comments (11)

    how did you build the color they look great best wishes

    Chris

    August 27, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterchris

    Hi Chris
    Pressed out of A3.5 LT Emax and then some layering with Emax Ceram in the incisal third of crown, plus some external staining
    Emax is a wonderful material!!!!

    September 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBil

    thanks you are right it is great have you used any ht ingots yet

    best Chris

    October 18, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterchris

    Hi Great case
    Do you do many of these crowns ?

    Would you be interested in submitting it as a case report for www.dentinaltubules.com ?

    December 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDhru Shah

    HI
    Yes, I do.
    99% of my restorations are Emax /Press , if you look through the Journal Index you will find more Emax/Press cases

    Thanks
    Bill

    December 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBil

    I would be great to post on your website
    Much appreciated
    Thanks
    Bill

    December 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBil

    Thanks for your quick reply

    Would you be interested in submitting it as a case report for www.dentinaltubules.com ?

    December 7, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterdhru shah

    Yes I would!!!!!!
    Thanks
    Bill

    December 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBil

    Perfect
    Where can we email you our guidelines and discuss a submission schedule?
    We also welcome you to sign up to
    Our site. It's free

    December 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDhru

    bill.marais@mac.com
    I will sign up
    Thanks
    Bill

    December 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBil

    Hi Bill
    I have sent an email across to you
    Many Thanks

    December 7, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterdhru shah

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