Esthetics Zirconia, Good, Better, Best

November 04, 2017

Nicole Donnelly | Blog Author at Pro-Craft

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Nicole Donnelly




Esthetics Zirconia, Good, Better, Best

Nov 04, 2017

Best

Our #1 - Zirconia Material for esthetics - PRO-Z Layered Zirconia is indicated for single
units and large bridgework anywhere in the mouth. PRO-Z has an exceptional long term
track record and is one of our specialties. Great strength for long span bridges and anywhere
in the mouth. We need a, medium to heavy chamfer prep and 1.5-2 mm of occlusal
reduction for PRO-Z. Created with our own proprietary layering technique and true florescence
like natural dentition. No graying at the gum line. A great choice for your most
discriminating patients.

Better

ALLZ Plus Translucent Solid Zirconia - outstanding for translucent single units, anterior,
posterior and three unit anterior bridges. Minimal preps make ALLZ Plus an outstanding
choice for your patient. Good with a chamfer or feather edge prep. We like at least 1-1.5
mm of tooth reduction. Created with our own proprietary micro layering technique on labial
surfaces of all anteriors for true florescence like natural dentition. No graying at the
gum line. A great choice.

Good

ALLZ Solid Zirconia - request when maximum strength is required.. Bullet proof. Comes
with a lifetime guarantee against chipping and breakage. Full round house bridges are no
problem with this material. Singles and bridges anywhere in the mouth. Cement like a
PFM or bond. Prep requirement are the same as a PFM we like at least 1 mm or more of
occlusal clearance. Excellent replacement for metal occlusals. Created with our own proprietary
micro layering technique on labial surfaces for true florescence on all anteriors.
No graying at the gum line. A great choice and value.

 
 

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