PrograPrint: 3D printing for dental laboratories

The Ivoclar Digital portfolio welcomes a new addition to its range with the user-friendly and highly precise 3D printing equipment for use in dental technology

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PrograPrint: 3D printing for dental laboratories

PrograPrint is a new 3D printing system for use in dental technology. It is integrated into a validated workflow and comprises materials and equipment for printing, cleaning and post-curing. The printing system is a new addition to Ivoclar Digital's portfolio and complements the PrograMill milling equipment excellently.

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All-ceramics: Quality assurance for dentists and patients

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All-ceramics: Quality assurance for dentists and patients

Are you a dental technician who does not tolerate any compromises in terms of the esthetics, quality and longevity of your dental restorations? Are you very particular about working only with high-quality, clinically proven materials? If so, you can now prove this to your dentists and patients and differentiate your services from those of your competitors with very little effort.

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IPS e.max CAD: The legendary blue block

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IPS e.max CAD: The legendary blue block

"All-ceramic, high-strength lithium disilicate restorations in the daily clinical application for single tooth restorations form an alternative to the metal ceramic gold standard."(1) Polyclinic for Dental Prosthetics at the University Hospital of Düsseldorf, Germany

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IPS e.max

Hands-on tips and user instructions

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IPS e.max

IPS e.max instructions for use for reliable results Clear instructions for use that are easy to understand are essential. Only if the products are used correctly can optimum results be achieved.

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IPS e.max system: 96 per cent survival

The clinical performance of hardly any other dental material has been as thoroughly documented as that of IPS e.max. The new Scientific Report presents the most important study results of the past 16 years.

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IPS e.max system: 96 per cent survival

The average survival rates of the IPS e.max materials are summarized below:

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