Crown & Bridge

ALL CERAMIC

Full Contour Zirconia Restoration

FULL CONTOUR ZIRCONIA

Monolithic crown or bridge. The entire crown or bridge is made of zirconia. Very strong restoration intended for posterior, if bite is an issue.

  • CERCON HT | 1200MPA
     Full Contour Zirconia is metal-free with 26% more translucency than conventional zirconia, and vitality that looks like natural teeth.
  • CERCON XT | 750MPA
    Engineered to be suitable for crowns and up to three-unit bridges up to
    the second premolar — an additional material option.
Esthetic Anterior Zirconia Restoration

ESTHETIC ANTERIOR ZIRCONIA

Enamel-like translucency. 30% stronger than lithium discilicate dental restorations. Ideal for anterior crowns & veneers, inlays/onlays, & posterior single crowns.

  • KATANA UTML | 557MPA
    Katana UTML is suitable for anterior and posterior
    restorations and is an ideal material for implant cases with anodized abutments to enhance crown esthetics
Porcelain to Zirconia Dental Restoration

PORCELAIN TO ZIRCONIA

A crown or bridge where the coping or framework is made of zirconia. Porcelain is applied to the coping or framework to get to final contour.  Recommended if stump is dark. Conventional cementation.  Equal strength as a PFM.  Ideal for long span bridges.

e.max Dental Restoration

e.max

All-ceramic crown and/or bridge made by porcelain material. Made from lithium disilicate ceramic – a material that has been harvested for its translucent color and durability. As a result, you get a crown that is tough and durable, but looks exactly like your other teeth. Maximum units for a bridge is 3 units.

Emax milled/pressed 360 | 427 MPa
Onlay/Inlay – fits within the cusps of a premolar or molar. An onlay if covers one or more of these cusps
PMMA Temporary Crown – These temporaries, crown or bridge, are milled from PMMA wax.
Diagnostic Wax Up – diagnostic wax-up is used to visualize the results of a prosthetic case prior to the treatment being executed to give the patient a visual representation.

Porcelain Fused to Metal

This is a porcelain fused to metal crown and/or bridge made with
porcelain bonded to non-precious metal.

Porcelain to Yellow High Nobel

This is a porcelain fused to metal crown and/or bridge made with porcelain bonded to yellow colored high noble alloy.

Porcelain Butt Margin

This is where the porcelain on a porcelain fused to metal crown and/or abutments for a bridge is taken to the end of the facial margin. This is ordered in addition to a PFM.

Full Cast Non-Precious

This could be a crown, inlay, onlay and/or bridge. This is made entirely from non-precious alloy.

Porcelain to Semi-Precious

This is a porcelain fused to metal crown and/or bridge made with porcelain bonded to semi-precious metal.

Maryland Bridge

Porcelain fused to metal bridge made of 1 or 2 pontics and 2 wings. It is made from porcelain bonded to non-precious metal.

Post & Core

Ordered when a patient’s natural tooth structure needs built up to support a crown and/or bridge that will be placed. Sometimes ordered by themselves or in conjunction with a restoration.

Full Cast Semi-Precious

This could be a crown, inlay, onlay and/or bridge. It is made from a semi-precious dental alloy, yellow or white (silver) in color.

Porcelain to White High Nobel

This is a porcelain fused to metal crown and/or bridge made with porcelain bonded to white/silver high noble alloy.

Metal Occlusal-Lingual

Metal surface on occlusal surface of a PFM crown. It is a metal surface on the lingual for anterior crowns.

Rest on Crown

Ordered in addition to a restoration when there is a partial also worn by the patient & the tooth being restored has part of the partial resting on it. Also used when the patient will be getting a partial in the future that will be resting on the restored tooth.

Full Cast High-Nobel

This could be a crown, inlay, onlay and/or bridge. It is made from a high noble dental alloy, yellow in color.

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