IPS e.max CAD LT Solid Crown
IPS e.max LT by Ivoclar Vivadent
IPS e.max CAD is an innovative lithium disilicate glass-ceramic for fabrication in-house utilizing authorized chairside CAD/CAM systems. This unrivalled material combines highly esthetic qualities with exceptional user-friendliness. Unlike other CAD/CAM materials, IPS e.max CAD covers a comprehensive spectrum of indications. A wide range of translucency levels, shades and block sizes offer greater flexibility for challenging clinical situations. Tried-and-tested cementation materials have been specifically designed to complement IPS e.max CAD to provide long lasting and durable restorations.
IPS e.max CAD blocks can be milled in the Ivoclar Vivadent PrograMill One, the CEREC System (Sirona) and Planmeca FIT System (E4D Technologies).
IPS e.max CAD – The highlights
- Leading CAD/CAM material – considerably higher strength compared with competitive glass and hybrid ceramics
- Broad range of indications
- Scientifically and clinically proven
- Wide availability due to the CAD/CAM partner network (fabrication in-house and by authorized milling centers)
- Tried-and-tested cementation materials are coordinated to work specifically with lithium disilicate (LS2)
- Veneers (0.4 mm)
- Inlays, onlays
- Partial crowns
- Fast Turnaround
very confusing when ordering- add this add that- in my opinion just add the fee and put it all together. This will help office get the right crown back. We have ordered this a couple of times and it came back purple not finished. Then when I called its because we didn't choose it online. The offices know that this crown will cost more- but what we don't know is adding this and that we just want a beautiful emax crown
IPS emax LT B3
Fast Turnaround, came out perfectly
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CAN YOU FABRICATE A 4 UNIT BRIDGE WITH EMAX LT
This is from Ivoclar
Thin veneers, veneers, inlays, onlays, partial crowns,
crowns, anterior bridges, multiple-unit bridges, 3-unit-bridge
(up to the second premolar as the terminal abutment),
hybrid abutments, abutment crowns.
What machine is this milled on? How many axis and what size tools?