CAP has developed a process for producing our CAP FZ crowns in the form of a screw-retained implant supported crowns. This restoration has a titanium base that interfaces with the implant, and also has a shoulder that provides the necessary strength for the screw head. This titanium base is fused to the CAP FZ crown which has a screw access hole. This crown has all the same translucency, detailed anatomy, and intrinsic color from our MultiShading process as our conventional CAP FZ restorations. In addition, at an1100 MPa flexural strength, we are offering a 5 year guarantee against breakage. Being able to eliminate a custom or stock abutments from the process eliminates a significant amount of cost.
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CUSTOM AUTOMATED PROSTHETICS (CAP) is now offering its anatomical CAD library to 3Shape and DentalWings owners....See more The library enables CAD designers to quickly achieve an ideal full-contour design and excellent results in less time per unit. This library is the key to esthetic full-contour e.max, Lava DVS, zirconia crowns and wax patterns; to see it, visit www.cap-us.com/library.
CAP FZ is milled from the most aesthetic full contour zirconia available. We mill your restoration and perform...See more a multi-color shading process that dramatically enhances the aesthetics. We then sinter the restoration and return it to you ready to stain and glaze. CAP FZ is indicated for full crowns and small bridges. We are now accepting digital files from 3Shape or Dental Wings, or we can produce CAP FZ from your models using our proprietary anatomic library.
IPS e.max has become a true leader in the dental market for all ceramic restorations. We are now offering IPS e.max...See more Press lithium disilicate restorations. The innovative IPS e.max Press lithium disilicate glass-ceramic (LS2) provides accuracy of fit, function and esthetics, while simultaneously featuring a strength of 400 MPa. Using an ultra-high-resolution wax printer, we can fabricate pressed e.max with excellent fit and remarkable detail.
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While fees remain flat in most specialties, LMT's 2012 Fee Survey shows implant-related restoration prices are up 5% in the last two years.
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