What are the different materials and strengths of Zirconia?

June 01, 2022

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Joyce Esguerra Nagy | Blog Author at Pro-Craft

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Joyce Esguerra Nagy




Zirconia is available in different strengths and qualities for dental restorations. Find out which types of zirconia are better for anterior and posterior teeth and more in our video below.

 

Video Transcript

So, let's talk a little bit about aesthetics and strength in PRO-Craft Dental Laboratory we recognize that you're interested in both. Maybe number one is the strength. We have three different products we're going to talk about today to help you solve some of those problems with aesthetics and strength.

ALL-Z

Our first product is a monolithic zirconia we call ALL-Z. ALL-Z is different. In one regard we control the tinting, we control the color. We have a proprietary system that we use to bring that color into the crown so that you end up with a product that's much more translucent and much more natural looking.

ALL-Z Plus

Next we have ALL-Z Plus. It's a multi-layered material. What that mean for you is you're going to get the aesthetics built into the incisor one-third of your anteriors. You're going to get all the incisal action with mammalians and translucent edges that you need and desire.

PRO-Z

The next product with the highest aesthetics and the longest span for strength would be PRO-Z. PRO-Z is a fully layered system. We use our microair technology on that. It has the best aesthetics and you get the best strength at the same time.

Give us a call today and we can discuss all of the aesthetic and strength issues that you have. We'll
also send you out a free starter kit to get you started.

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