IPS e.max ZirCAD
IPS e.max ZirCAD are innovative zirconium oxide discs.
Choose IPS e.max ZirCAD when high mechanical strength, low wall thicknesses and very high esthetics are required. This material is suitable for the production of monolithic and veneered crowns and bridges for the anterior and posterior regions. Due to a stability of 850 and 1,200 MPa1 and high fracture toughness, the wall thicknesses of all-ceramic restorations can be reduced to a minimum. This means more natural tooth structure can be preserved during preparation.
IPS e.max ZirCAD Prime is redefining zirconia. The revolutionary material ensures exceptional quality and esthetics. Due to its very high strength of 1200 MPa1, IPS e.max ZirCAD Prime is suitable for all indications – from single tooth crowns to 14-unit bridges. The continuous and seamless progression of the shade and translucency within the material results in a highly esthetic appearance. The material is suitable for all processing techniques and thus provides a maximum of flexibility. As a "One-Disc Solution", IPS e.max ZirCAD Prime produces first-class results and simultaneously optimizes the efficiency and profitability of dental laboratories.
Due to the comprehensive portfolio of discs with 4 levels of translucency (MT Multi, MT, LT, MO) as well as the new IPS e.max ZirCAD Prime disc in different thicknesses you will always find the right solution.
Coordinated veneering materials, such as IPS e.max Ceram and IPS Ivocolor, the universal stains and glazes, open up a large variety of individual characterization possibilities. This helps you to imitate the natural counterpart even better.
- Full-contour crowns and bridges
- Crown and bridge framworks
- Implant-supported superstructures
IPS e.max – all ceramic - all you need
IPS e.max is the only all-ceramic material to combine lithium disilicate glass-ceramic and zirconium oxide ceramic in one system. IPS e.max thus covers the entire range of all-ceramic indications. More all-ceramics, more choice, more IPS e.max.
1 Typical mean value of biaxial flexural strength dependent on the translucency level. Source: R&D Ivoclar Vivadent, Schaan, Liechtenstein