Ceramics

emax_Before--AfterIPS e.max is held in very high regard at Dynamic Dental. It enables us to deliver outstanding aesthetics with the most predictable shade matching even with difficult combination cases.

IPS e.max Ceramic
IPS e.max ceram is a nano-fluoroapatite layering ceramic that gives beautiful natural opalescence and life to crowns, anterior bridges. It provides lifelike, highly aesthetic results with true-to-nature light scattering and a balanced relationship between brightness and chroma. Read More

IPS e.max Press
The innovative IPS e.max Press lithium disilicate glass-ceramic (LS2) provides accuracy of fit, function and aesthetics. It is an innovative all-ceramic system that covers indications ranging from thin veneers to 3 unit bridges. Read More

IPS e.max ceramic

IPS e.max Ceram is available in Chromascop and A-D shades, as well as in 4 Bleach BL shades. In addition to the technically mature range of additional materials, the assortment is rounded off with the IPS e.max Ceram Gingiva shades for the fabrication of aesthetic gingiva reproductions for all-ceramic restorations, particularly with implant superstructures.

Within the IPS e.max system, the veneering ceramic is the key to highly aesthetic results, both on lithium disilicate (LS2) and on zirconium oxide (ZrO2). The advantages are an exact shade match and a single, universal layering diagram. Moreover, all restorations veneered with IPS e.max Ceram demonstrate the same clinical behaviour, such as wear and gloss.

No matter what combination of e.max materials you decide to use, they will all appear identical in the mouth using this one veneering porcelain.

Advantages

  • One layering ceramic for glass-ceramic (LS2) and zirconium oxide ceramic (ZrO2)
  • Efficient and economical processing
  • Exact shade match and equal clinical behaviour, such as wear and gloss, irrespective of the framework
  • Essence materials in powder form with the practical 3-in-1 effect (for mixing or for internal and external characterizations)
  • Gingiva shades

Indications

  • Characterization and veneering of IPS e.max Press restorations
  • Characterization and veneering of IPS e.max ZirPress restorations
  • Characterization and veneering of IPS e.max CAD restorations
  • Characterization and veneering of IPS e.max ZirCAD frameworks
  • Characterizing and veneering Straumann® Anatomic IPS e.max® Abutments
  • Characterization and veneering of frameworks, implant abutments and implant superstructures made of zirconium oxide
  • Layered veneers on fire-resistant investment materials

Contraindications

  • Patients with severely reduced residual dentitions
  • Patients suffering from bruxism
  • Any other use not listed in the indications 

 

 IPS e.max press

Overview:
The innovative IPS e.max Press lithium disilicate glass-ceramic (LS2) provides accuracy of fit, function and aesthetics. It is an innovative all-ceramic system that covers indications ranging from thin veneers to 3 unit bridges.

A range of ingots with different opacities give our ceramists the ability to mask our post & cores, implant abutments, etc. Alternatively they can use the bleaching ingots to match the most demanding aesthetic patients. Therefore, natural looking aesthetic results can be achieved irrespective of the appearance of the prepared tooth. As a result, you can use the aesthetic all-ceramic IPS e.max Press even if your patients have devitalized teeth or cast core build-ups. Just let us know the shade of the prepared tooth, and we’ll then select the suitable IPS e.max material offering the required opacity in order to recreate the natural aesthetic appearance.

Depending on the favoured processing technique (staining, cut-back or layering technique) and the respective patient situation, a suitable ingot can be found. Individual characterization or veneering is carried out using the coordinated stains and layering materials of the IPS e.max Ceram veneering ceramic

Posteriorly full anatomical-pressed e.max can be stained and/or layered and the material can also be conventionally cemented or luted.

With a strength of 400 MPa it is plenty strong enough to withstand normal posterior loading and with the many thousands that we have completed over the last few years we have not had any failures.

Indications

  • Thin veneers
  • Veneers
  • Partial crowns
  • Anterior & posterior crowns
  • 3-unit anterior bridges
  • 3 unit bridges up to the second premolar as the abutment tooth
  • Implant superstructures for 3 unit bridge restorations (anterior & posterior region)
  • Implant superstructures for 3 unit bridge restorations up to the second premolar as the abutment tooth
  • Primary telescope crowns

The following possibilities are available for further processing of IPS e.max press restorations:

  • Aesthetic characterisation and glazing of fully anatomical restorations with IPS e.max Ceram Shade, Essence and Glaze materials
  • Aesthetic veneering of frameworks or partially reduced restorations with IPS e.max Ceram layering materials

Contraindications

  • Molar bridges with the first molar as a pontic
  • 4- and multi unit bridges
  • Inlay retained bridges
  • Very deep subgingival preparations
  • Patients with severely reduced residual dentitions
  • Bruxism
  • Cantilever bridges
  • Maryland bridges