Zirconia with Ceramic Overlay - Beautiful Strength

With stabilized Zirconia restorations, dentists no longer sacrifice aesthetics for the strength of conventional PFM restorations. Thanks to the high strength values, zirconium based restorations can be adhesively or conventionally cemented.

Since they have to withstand high chewing forces, posterior all-ceramic bridges were contraindicated for a long time. YZ’s outstanding strength of (>900 MPa) fulfills clinical requirements related to masticatory forces, particularly in the posterior region.

At New Creation Dental Studios we have extensively researched the all-Ceramic systems available on the market today and selected one of the leading systems that meets the criteria of most milled Zirconia substructures and eliminates the challenging task of shade adjustment. Our goal was to find a system the compliment different framework materials. We narrowed the list to one. Our first choice is the Noritake ceramic system.

As an alternative to conventional veneering, the Noritake ceramic system can be pressed onto zirconium frameworks, which allow New Creation technicians to fabricate the conventional inlay-retained bridge with minimally invasive fashion using the all-ceramic.

Indications: Full coverage molar crowns and 3-4 unit bridges anywhere in the mouth

Features & Benefits: Reduced opposing wear Alternative to Full Gold
Excellent aesthetics Alternate to PFG's
Prep similar to PFM The strongest ceramic Crown
Anywhere in the mouth Available in all Vita shades
1100 MPa flexural strength Uses conventional cements

Is a monolithic solid zirconia restoration with no porcelain overlay. More brawn than beauty, you'll be impressed by the esthetics of the solid zirconia when prescribed instead of posterior metal occlusal PFMs and full-cast metal restorations. 

Solid zirconia is virtually chip proof, making it the ideal restoration for bruxers, implant restorations and areas with limited occlusal space.

Solid Zirconia crowns & bridges are made from the highest quality zirconia powder. The materials are chemically and physically reprocessed to further reduce the zirconia particle sizes thus improving light transmission, which provides a lower, more natural shade value.

Designed and milled using CAD/CAM technology, solid zirconia is sintered for 6.5 hours at 1,530 degrees Celsius. The final restoration emerges nearly bulletproof and is glazed to a smooth surface.

Indications: Crowns, bridges, implants, inlays and onlays. 
Ideal for bruxers who have broken natural teeth 
or previous PFM restorations. 
Solid zirconia is also ideal when the patient lacks 
the preparation space for a PFM.

Features & Benefits: Chip-resistant, as it is made of solid zirconia with no porcelain overlay
Glazed to a smooth surface to reduce plaque accumulation 
Conservative preparation similar to full-cast gold
Minimum occlusal reduction of 0.5 mm; 1 mm is ideal

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