Since our last discussion on zirconia, I've been told during a Cerec SW4.0 presentation that inCoris TZI is less abrasive than e.max CAD. What are your views on this?
Owner/Ceramist at Lasting Impressions Dental Studio
Alwyn Naraine, CDT, has worked in both small and commercial laboratories where he perfected his skills over the last nine years. A graduate of the Restorative...See more Dentistry program at the New York City College of Technology, he was awarded a plaque for “Outstanding Ability in Dental Ceramic.”...
Margot, the studies are absolutely right full count our Zr is lees wears natural enamel lees than Zr, but don't forget if your Dr. Makes any occulsal adjustments;...See more which is always the case, unless you make it out of occulusion but then there goes ur cusp to fossau or marginal ridge and teeth are mobile...
Hi Margot. the abrasion has to do with the surface hardness of your restoration and not the Flexural strength of the material. and this is controllable...See more by treating the occlusion surface with certain kinds of rubber wheels. but in general and before surface treatment, absolutely the emax CAD is less abrasive than the Incoris.
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