All zirconia discs are NOT the same. There are differences in discs, such as strength and translucency, but there are also several differences that arise from the manufacturing process of discs.
The truth is, coloring zirconia is quite fast, accurate, predictable and most importantly, easy. There are a lot of advantages including the ability to create custom color, add chromatized areas, and vary incisal translucency and value.
Zirconia restorations have become the material of choice in restorative dentistry today. Let’s take a look at how zirconia has evolved.
Whip Mix is proud to have presented its 7th Annual 2-day Digital Forum last week on September 20 and 21, 2018. The popular event featured well-known experts in CAD CAM, occlusion, regulatory, digital dentures, pressing, etc. Haven’t yet attended one? This is where you need to be!
Achieving consistent zirconia shading can be an ongoing challenge for any lab because not every coloring system works the same on every zirconia. However, if the proper technique is applied routinely, it can produce very satisfying esthetic results every time.
There are many variables that influence the shading-coloring of zirconias. Learn what you need to know to do it consistently well.
There is a mill for every dental laboratory. Is the DWX-52DC one of the dental mills that should be in yours?
Which zirconia milling discs are right for your dental lab? Download our eBook to see if you’re using the best one for your dental lab business.
Sometimes it’s best if things are made simple. So, in honor of the man that made D’OH! famous, let’s take a look at the basics of dental mills.
Zirconia use is on the rise in the dental lab. Check out this infographic for trends in Cad/Cam milled restorations & predictions for the future.