Monolithic Zirconia is Emerging as an Ideal Solution for Patients with Bruxism Bruxism (also called teeth grinding) occurs when a person habitually or involuntarily grinds their teeth or clenches their jaws. There are two major forms of bruxism: Sleep Bruxism — occurs when a person is sleeping Awake Bruxism — occurs during the day when
Thanks to revolutionary software and engineering, digital impressions of teeth, gums and implants are more accurate and functional than ever before. Using CAD/CAM scanning, processing and manufacturing, crafting precision-fitting and lifelike dental restorations is a straightforward process with virtually no room for error. Our labs are equipped with state-of-the-art tools and digital software for processing
Sintered dental zirconia has whiteness and translucency that very much resembles a natural tooth. Therefore, it is easy to achieve very aesthetic result in full contour zirconia restorations. Monolithic zirconia restoration is the most solid restoration possible.
Stereolithography (SLA) is the original 3D printing — or rapid prototyping — technology and is widely used today in a large variety of applications due to its efficacy in producing accurate details and a superb material finish. Thanks to advancements in both mechanical engineering and digital processes, stereolithography is a highly-valued asset in the production
As more and more patients — and dentists — all over the world choose dental zirconia over traditional materials for their dental implant solutions, it is becoming clear that the future of dental restoration is here. Zirconia is revolutionizing traditional dentistry as a safe, durable and enduring alternative to standard implant materials such as porcelain