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GLIDEWELL LABORATORIES' Prismatik ThinPress is a pre-blended leucite-reinforced pressed ceramic, ideal for minimal-prep...See more and no-prep veneers. An extra-high-strength ceramic blend offering a flexural strength of 167 MPa (±16 MPa), ThinPress allows for the fabrication of veneers as thin as 0.3mm. It can also be used for prepped veneers, inlays, onlays and all-ceramic crowns that are bonded into place. Prismatik ThinPress is available in 12 shades that correspond with the most popular bleach and shade guides.
GLIDEWELL LABORATORIES' quiet BruxZir Milling System mills BruxZir Solid Zirconia restorations in an average of...See more 11 minutes. Technical support, a step-by-step DVD and a CAM PC are included when you purchase a mill; installation and training are accomplished in two days. Backup milling via outsourcing is available in the event of a service outage. Use the BruxZir Milling System with BruxZir Shaded Milling Blanks—manufactured with a patent-pending colloidal process for shade consistency, translucency and esthetics—to produce crowns and bridges with increased efficiency.
Vivaneers™ can make your patient's dream of a smile makeover a reality. Porcelain veneers are one of the...See more most accepted smile enhancement techniques in dentistry today. Utilizing little to no preparation, Vivaneers are carefully hand-waxed to shape the ideal contours. After waxing, the Vivaneer is invested and pressed with a high-strength ceramic ingot called Prismatik ThinPress™, which is capable of pressing ceramic veneers as thin as 0.3 mm! Depending on your shade requirements, Vivaneers allow for translucent or opaque shading with complete chairside shade flexibility. Because of its extra-high strength, Vivaneers can also be used for bonded full crowns.
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