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  • CAD/CAM Multi-Layer PMMA

    Our CAD/CAM Multi-Layer PMMA provisionals are a highly aesthetic solution for your provisional needs. CAD/CAM Multi-Layer temps are fabricated using state of the art CAD/CAM technology. We prep your pre-operative model, scan using laser technology, fabricate your temporary bridge with ideal contour, contacts, and occlusion and mill from a solid block of Vita shaded PMMA (Polymethylmethacrylate). Our CAD/CAM process delivers a very dense temporary that eliminates pitting or porosity associated with other layered or flowable techniques. When you receive your case simply reline the temporaries chair-side for an esthetic long term provisional option.

    Required Case Material

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • Bite registration

    Indications

    • Bridges, full arches, crowns
    • Complex cases, including multi-unit situations

    Contraindications

    • Patients with sensitivity to acrylate resins
    • NOT a fixed, definitive restoration

    Technical Inforamtion

    • When you receive your case simply reline the temporaries chair-side using jet acrylic for an esthetic long-term provisional option
    • Use temporary cement on your temporaries

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  • Diagnostic Wax-up

    It can be difficult to communicate to your patients exactly what you have planned for their total smile restoration. Diagnostic Wax-ups can become a key tool in your overall case planning and communication. And the beautiful wax-ups created by the artisans at Reliable Arts will show your patients exactly what you have in mind and increase the acceptance rate of your planned treatments.

    Beyond patient communication, Diagnostic Wax-ups are invaluable for their ability to help when considering bite relations, occlusal schemes and vertical and horizontal planes.

    Required Case Material

    • Full arch upper and lower impressions or models
    • Bite registration

    Indications

    • Crowns, Veneers, Bridges, Full Arches

    Preparation Requirements

    • Patients can see a preview of their case before it is completed; Visibly shows changes such as gingival re-contouring, crown length, anatomy and occlusion
    • Chairside temporaries can be made when used as a putty matrix
    • Improved preparation design when using clear thermoformed prep guide

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  • Full Gold Crowns

    This Noble Alloy is suitable for full cast crowns and bridges and easily polishes to a high luster. Full gold crowns bring you all the qualities you enjoy in a yellow alloy at a fraction of the cost.

    Required Case Material

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • Bite registration

    Indications

    • Suitable for full cast crowns and short span bridges

    Contraindications

    • Cannot be used for porcelain fused to metal crowns (PFMs)
    • No long span bridges

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  • IPS e.max®

    Faced with a difficult case that requires a balance of strength and aesthetics? IPS e.max® is the ideal solution for you and your patient. At an affordable price, IPS e.max is an effective metal-free dental restoration alternative.

    Whether you prefer high-strength glass ceramic or zirconium oxide restorations, IPS e.max offers you the perfect balance between simplicity and versatility. IPS e.max uses leading fabrication techniques to optimize strength and accuracy of fit. Through its innovative all-ceramic, conventionally cementable system, IPS e.max delivers excellent shade matching for a stunning smile your patients will love.

    Required Case Material

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • Bite Registration
    • Tooth shade
    • Stump shade

    Advantages

    • The standard for anterior esthetics
    • 4 day in-lab turnaround
    • Save $10 per unit by using an intra-oral scanner and model-less technique
    • Conventionally cement or bond using a full resin

    Indications

    • Anterior & Posterior Crowns
    • Anterior 3 unit bridges
    • Screw-Retained Crowns
    • Crowns over Custom Abutments
    • Inlays & Onlays
    • Veneers

    Contraindications

    • Do not use on patients with malfunctional occlusion (bruxzers or clenchers)
    • Not recommended for posterior bridges
    • Do not use as abutments for cast partials
    • Do not use for 2 or more consecutive pontics
    • Do not use for Maryland-type bridges
    • Do not use when minimal occlusal clearances
      cannot be achieved: 0.7mm anterior, 1.0mm posterior
    • Underlying prep stump shade extremely dark or cast posts. E.max cannot block out these darker underlying stump shades. In these cases a zirconia coping is needed for block out, or a PFM.

    Materials

    • Lithium Disilicate Glass Ceramic (400 MPa)

    Suggested Preparation

    Anterior crowns require a CHAMFER margin:

      • 1.0-1.5 mm facial/labial reduction
      • 1.0 mm deep chamfer margin
      • .07-1.2 mm lingual reduction

    Veneers require a CHAMFER margin

      • 0.3-1.0mm facial/labial reduction
      • 0.3-0.7 mm deep chamfer margin

    Posterior crowns require a CHAMFER margin:

      • 1.0-1.5 mm occlusal reduction
      • 1.5 mm axial
      • 1.0 mm deep chamfer margin

    Recommended Cementation

    • Resin Self Etch/ Self Adhesive Resin (crowns and bridges NOT veneers)
    • Panavia SA Cement, Kuraray
    • Rely-x Unicem Automix 2, 3M ESPEMax Cem Elite, Kerr
    • RMGI (Resin Modified Glass Ionomer) (crowns and bridges NOT veneers)
    • Fugi Cem Automix, GC America
    • Rely-x Luting Plus, 3M ESPE
    • Resin Bonding (Veneers)
    • Panavia V5 Cement, Kuraray
    • Variolink II, Ivoclar Vivadent
    • Rely-x Veneer, 3M ESPE
    • Calibra, Dentsply Caulk

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  • Monolithic Zirconia

    • FDA Approved Zirconia indicated for all crown and bridge applications
    • Multi-Layer color and translucency gingival to incisal
    • 900 Mpa gingival, 600 Mpa Incisal
    • 7 Year Warranty
    Required Case Material

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • Bite Registration
    • Tooth shade

    Indications

    • Anterior & Posterior Crowns or Bridges
    • Screw-Retained Crowns or Bridges
    • Crowns or Bridges over Custom Abutments
    • Inlays & Onlays
    • Inlay Bridges and Maryland Bridges

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  • Porcelain Fused to Metal, PFMs

    Porcelain fused to metal (PFM) is one of the most popular restoration services available today. With limitless design options and customized shading/coloring, we use state-of-the-art technology to process your PFMs to ensure a precision fit and great functionality.

    We use only the highest-quality porcelain materials to ensure long-lasting and dependable performance. Our metals are available in the full range of alloys from non-precious to semi-precious and high noble. Our products are sure to meet your patients’ needs and provide you with the durability you expect from a world-class dental lab.

    Required Case Materials

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • Bite registration

    Advantages

    • CAD/CAM fabrication ensures consistency
    • Computer controlled fit, contacts, and occlusion
    • All materials meet FDA requirements

    Indications

        • Conventional crowns and bridges
        • Screw retained implant restorations
        • Crowns with attachments for cast partials
        • Restorations over implants

    Contraindications

        • Metal sensitivity
        • Insufficient occlusal clearance (1.5 mm is needed)

    Recommended Cementation
    Resin Self Etch/ Self Adhesive Resin

        • Panavia SA Cement, Kuraray
        • Rely-x Unicem Automix 2, 3M ESPE
        • Max Cem Elite, Kerr
        • Multilink Automix, Ivoclar
        • RMGI (Resin Modified Glass Ionomer)
        • Fugi Cem Automix, GC America
        • Rely-x Luting Plus, 3M ESPE

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  • Veneers

    Whether your patient needs tooth restoration or simply wants to improve the look of their smile, veneers are the solution you’ve been seeking. Veneers allow you to give your patients the beautiful, celebrity-type smile they desire.

    Porcelain veneers are an effective restoration option for patients with worn, discolored or chipped teeth. In many cases, porcelain veneers require minimal to no tooth preparation. When applied with our high-quality cements and bonding agents, our porcelain veneers can provide your patients with an aesthetically-appealing smile for 10-30 years.

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  • Zirconia Lingual w/ Porcelain Facial

    Zirconia Lingual is the ideal restoration material for cases where more translucency and vitality is needed than most materials can provide. The porcelain veneered on the labial and buccal surfaces enhances beauty while the solid zirconia in the biting areas eliminates the risk of porcelain fracture associated with Porcelain Fused to Zirconia Restorations. The strong biting surfaces makes this restoration ideal for patients with reduced vertical clearance and bruxers.

    Required Cased Material

    • Upper and lower impressions or models
    • Bite Registration
    • Tooth shade

    Indications

    • Anterior & Posterior Crowns and Bridges
    • Crowns or Bridges over Custom Abutments

    Advantages

    • All the advantages of Monolithic Zirconia with the esthetics of layered porcelain on the labial/buccal surfaces
    • The perfect blend of strength and esthetics especially for anteriors
    • Increase bridge connector dimensions using solid zirconia while maintaining beautiful anterior vitality with veneered porcelain

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