Ivoclar porcelain system empress max, part from modern dentistry

Candan, Selman and Bakan, Merve and Kocovski, Darko and Apostoloski, Pavle (2018) Ivoclar porcelain system empress max, part from modern dentistry. First international students congress in dental medicine 2018.

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Purpose: Presentation of modern material for production aesthetic modern fixed prosthetic products. IPS e.max is a comprise solid and highly aesthetic pressing materials and CAD / CAM technology (IPS e.max Press, IPS e.max Ceram, IPS e.max ZirPress, IPS e.max ZirCad, IPS e.max Cad). Material and method: The materials for this research are obtained by requesting the appropriate literature for this subject. Results: IPS e.max Ceram is a universal fluorapatite ceramic for layering, optimally adapted to the materials of the IPS e.max system for the production of aesthetic products. IPS e.max Ceram is a nano-fluoride apatite, highly aesthetic ceramic for faceting non-metallic fixed prosthetic structures. IPS e.max Ceram can be used in the entire IPS e.max system. IPS e.max ZirPress represents a system of fluorapatous glass- ceramic ignorant, it is fast, easy, efficient and highly aesthetic material. IPS e.max ZirCAD is a material of choice for cases in which the essence of high mechanical stability, thin restoration walls and natural aesthetics. The IPS e.max CAD blocks are made of lithium-disilicate ceramics and offer new possibilities in the use of non-metal ceramics. Glass-ceramic blocks IPS Empress CAD reinforced with leucite, integrates the modern process of manufacturing with CAD / CAM technology and the exceptional features of non-metal ceramics have a completely natural translucency and high aesthetics. Conclusion: IPS e.max is an innovative system for the fabrication of non-metallic structures that covers all indications. The application of the new forms of indirect restoration in addition to excellent aesthetics also allows for the supra-gingival setting of the edges of the crown, which is especially suitable for the anthropoietic. Keywords: CAD / CAM technology, IPS e.max, lithium disilicate ceramics, translucency

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Medical and Health Sciences > Clinical medicine
Divisions: Faculty of Medical Science
Depositing User: Katerina Zlatanovska
Date Deposited: 01 Nov 2018 13:36
Last Modified: 01 Nov 2018 13:36
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/20657

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