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February,06,2013

IPS e.max CAD

IPS e.max CAD (LS2) for high esthetics
and manifold possibilities

Strength and lifelike esthetics

All-ceramics stands for esthetic and biocompatible restorations.

These restorations can be fabricated with the help of
the modern CAD/CAM technology nowadays.

IPS e.max CAD has proved its clinical suitability in long-term
studies. The innovative lithium disilicate (LS2) glass-ceramic
features a strength (360 MPa) that is 2.53 times higher than
that of other glass-ceramics. Therefore, it is not only an
esthetic, but also an economically interesting alternative to
ZrO2-supported single-tooth restorations.

The LS2 material is available in three levels of translucency as
well as Impulse shades and thus provides expressive esthetics
irrespective of the preparation. You may even resort to
IPS e.max CAD restorations for patients with devitalized
tooth structure. Inform your laboratory about the stump
shade in addition to the tooth shade and your dental
technician then selects the LS2 material in the required
opacity to redesign the true-to-nature esthetic appearance.

Especially for larger restorations (e.g. 3- to 4-unit bridges)
you may profit from the CAD-on technique. It combines the
high-strength IPS e.max ZirCAD ZrO2 framework with an
IPS e.max CAD LS2 veneering structure, which is mainly
responsible for the expressive esthetics as well as the outstanding
overall strength of the restoration.

Wide range of indications

Have your laboratory fabricate the following IPS e.max CAD

restorations:

Veneers, inlays/onlays

Crowns (monolithic or CAD-on technique, i.e. with ZrO2
framework)

3- unit bridges (CAD-on technique)

Implant superstructures crowns (monolithic or CAD-on
technique)

Implant superstructures bridges (CAD-on technique)
Select, in cooperation with your laboratory, the suitable
solution for the respective patient case: a cost-effective, fully
contoured restoration as an economical and appealing
alternative to a full cast crown. Or you can choose the more
exclusive version fabricated by means of the cut-back and
layering technique, which will meet even the most exacting
esthetic requirements of your patients.





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