Zirconia is a type of ceramic (zirconium oxide) that is very strong and esthetic for use in dental restorations. Discover our selection of zirconia:
Millable Denture Bases are very accurately milled to produce the base of a denture, whether using a printed tooth or tooth card. Discover our selection of millable denture bases:
PMMA, also known as polymethyl methacrylate, is a plastic acrylic material that has been used for a variety of temporary restorations. Discover our selection of PMMA:
Take your removables digital and eliminate wax-ups, investing, casting and finishing of CrCo frameworks with our easy-to-manufacture thermoplastic resins. Explore our options:
Create crown and bridge frameworks and diagnostic wax ups by milling or pressing with excellent fit and accuracy. Explore our wax options:
Metals include nickel and beryllium-free, non-precious cobalt-based dental milling alloy plus titanium-grade material for low-fusing ceramics. Discover our selection of metals:
Zirconia has a lot of benefits when compared to porcelain. Including the below:
Zirconia dental crowns are made from zirconium dioxide, a white powdered ceramic material. It has ceramic like properties and is milled from a single block or puck, giving it a lot of strength. The strength of dental zirconia allows for far thinner dental crowns giving it a more lifelike look.
The cost of milling a zirconia crown varies in cost depending on the materials used. In general, zirconia crowns last longer and are more life-like with higher durability than ceramic and porcelain crowns. Pricing to the dentist is up to the discretion of the dental laboratory with many factors coming into play.
Zirconia crowns can last between 10-15 years with the practice of good oral hygiene. Zirconia being the strongest non-metal material, the longevity rate of zirconia crowns is high.
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