• Frank Feng · General Manager at Sea Winner International Dental Lab

    OUTSOURCE Your Overflow Work to Our Highly Experienced Technicians !
    Using all FDA Approved and USA Materials!
    At our Very Low Fees of
    $53(Zirconia Layered)
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    With our Contacts & Occlusions Your Drs Will
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  • Jose Gueits · Metal/Ceramist at J&R Dental Restoration

    There was a company at lab day that was selling multi layered zirconia , the incisal was translucent I thought I took his card but I did not does anyone know who the manufacturer was

  • Jo-Ann Levins · Dental Education Assistant at Ivoclar Vivadent

    Looking for continuing education classes in the September, we have the following classes available:

    All Ceramic, All-Options featuring Zenostar and IPS e.max CAD
    September 11, 2015
    Course Fee: $249.00
    7 CE credits
    800-533-6825 X4291 to register

    Master Course B - Design & Fabrication of Attached Bar Retained Over-Dentures, Digital Planning & All-on-4 Conversion with Tom Wade, CDT
    September 17 & 18, 2015
    Course Fee $699.00
    14 CE hours

    Zirconia Esthetics Naturally - The Harmony of Zirconia & Titanium in Implant...See more

  • I'm considering purchasing a 3 shape scanner soon. I've been evaluating various workflows and was wondering how many different ways current users are putting the scans to work. Such as; anyone splitting the files for SLM copings or zirconia coping with milled or printed wax ups for press-to restorations? Milled gold crowns with Strategic Milling? Any good or bad experiences with CAP or CMC? I've been milling in house with in-lab and have decided not to pursue another milling machine at this time. So I'm looking to partner with others to provide the mills. Thanks. — tagged 4 members3Shape, Inc.

  • John Caponigro · Manager at Exquisite Dental Studios

    I need help choosing a mill. I would like to be able to mill zirconia Emax and non-precious cooping . We are milling a combination of 20 units a day and plan on growing hopefully to 30 units by the end of the year. I would like to hear everyone's opinion on my objectives and potential choices. Thank you so much for your time and consideration!

  • Aaron Hoffman · Co-Owner (I'd rather be in the trenches than a suit) at Sunflower Dental Studio

    Does anyone know of a clinic or class teaching all on 4 full arch zirconia?

  • Hey everyone,

    Has anyone had a patent complain about a bitter taste with full zirconia crowns?

    Thnaks — tagged Zirconia

  • Hi everyone, I have been a Dental technician for 17 years and I am now contouring zirconia and running mills and I have done posterior design on 3shape. I am looking to further my career in Cad/cam and am looking for an opportunity to do that. I am willing to relocate. I would love to go south so if anyone knows of a job opening could you please let me know. Thank you — tagged 3 members3Shape, Inc.

  • Anyone have any advice on zirconia bridge frameworks "warping"? Hardly ever happens with frameworks with no curve, but seems to be more frequent with 4 unit and larger frames that curve (anterior). Individual units fit terrific internally and marginally, but 2-3 out of 10 times the frames will rock slightly. We are sintering these alone with no rapid sintering cycles. — tagged Zirconia

  • Stratasys Appoints Axsys Incorporated as Distributor of its Dental Series 3-D Printers.
    Axsys Dental Solutions · Axsys Dental Solutions · Wixom, MI


    Stratasys Appoints Axsys Incorporated as Distributor of its Dental Series 3-D Printers.
    Distributor's Dental Solutions Division Now Offering 3D Printer Products from Market-Leading Stratasys, Inc.

    Wixom, MI, June 16, 2014: Expanding its solutions portfolio, Axsys Incorporated, a leading supplier of CAD/CAM and manufacturing solutions, today announced that it has entered into a Reseller Agreement with Stratasys, Inc.

    Pursuant to the terms of the Agreement, Axsys will distribute of Stratasys' Objet30 OrthoDesk, Objet Eden and a number of Dental Series 3-D printers. The Objet Dental...See more

  • Hello Everyone. I´m Hernan ILARI from Argentina and this is may first day in the Forum. I´d like to share a question with you to see if anyone can help me: Ceramill milling equipment allows to adjust magnification factor between 1 and 8. I would like to know what shrinkage factors these two extreme number correspond to, and if the correlation between the Ceramill's magnification factor scale and Zirconia shrinkage factor is linear. Thanks in advance!! — tagged Amann Girrbach North America, LP and Ceramill Motion 2 Milling Machine

  • Anthony Vuong, DDS · Private Practice/ Attending At Lutheran Medical Center at Anthony T. Vuong, DDS/implant Orthodontics

    Does any one know if full mouth reconstruction , for example 14 units bridge , can be milled with the present technology? be it in acrylic or in zirconia.

  • Hello kent and everyone, I'm starting to hear about problems with zirconia abutments and fractures. I need to look into it a bit more, I haven't had any of mine come back for a remake. It seems to me there would be more trouble with the solid zirconia v.s the Ti base. Monolithic screw retained may be the best way to go for posteriors, emax or zir as long as it has the Ti base. Any thoughts? Hey Kent, congrat's on the new position. — tagged 3 topicsZirconia
    Kent Kohli, CDT

  • Earn CE credits and a win FREE product!
    Argen Corp. · San Diego, CA

    Don't miss your opportunity to earn CE credits and win FREE product at Lab Day Chicago! 5 attendees per lecture will win $50 of Argen Digital Product. Visit Argen at Lab Day Chicago for details, booth 700.
    Saturday, Feb. 22
    7:30 - 8:30 AM = Digital A to Z: Bring All Your Product Offerings into the Digital Workflow
    From scan to restoration, Argen Digital can support your lab with products ranging from ArgenZ Zirconia and High Noble SLM copings to Digital Captek and more!

    8:30 - 9:30 AM = Transitionally Shaded Zirconia: Prep Your Zirconia for Better Esthetics in 30 Seconds
    Learn how adding transitional...See more

  • ArgenZ Transitionally Shaded Esthetic Zirconia
    Argen Corp. · San Diego, CA

    ArgenZ Transitionally Shaded Esthetic Milled Zirconia is quickly becoming an industry favorite. The consistent fit, beautiful esthetics and quick turnaround time of our milled Zirconia can help your lab save time and money . Visit www.argendigital.com.

  • Argen Corp. · San Diego, CA

    Did you know that Argen's suite of products has grown to include much more than dental alloys and refining? Argen now offers transitionally shaded ArgenZ Milled Zirconia, Selective Laser Melted (SLM) substructures, Captek, Digital Models, and more! Stop by our booth at Lab Day Chicago, or visit www.argendigital.com, to learn more.

  • Superior Surface Finishes
    Axsys Dental Solutions · Axsys Dental Solutions · Wixom, MI

    Whether its abutments, bars, bridges, individual or multi-unit restorations, the strength and rigidity of the VersaMILL 5X and its fixturing, coupled With the knowledge of our experts enable you to produce restorations of unbelievable quality, quickly With the lowest possible tooling cost.

    Due to the extreme accuracy and high quality surface finishes, restorations made from zirconia; hard metals such as titanium; and abrasives such as glass ceramics can be produced with minimal bench times with highly detailed occlusal surfaces and razor edge margins.

  • Axsys Dental Solutions · Axsys Dental Solutions · Wixom, MI

    New DOCERAM Product Line: Teeth like Pearls - Tuesday, November 05, 2013
    The trend towards monolithic restorations made from full zirconia is unbroken.

    As one of the pioneers of dental CAD / CAM, DOCERAM Medical Ceramics sets a further milestone: pre-colored zirconia in dentine shades: NACERA Pearl.

    This dentine shade pre-colored blanks made from zirconia ease the technician's job significantly for preparation of full-contour restorations, the manual work is reduced to a minimum.

    The complete elimination is possible within the molar area.

    This was achieved by the new PCR-color concept that...See more

  • Axsys Dental Solutions · Axsys Dental Solutions · Wixom, MI

    We're happy to announce that our new and responsive Web-site is up and running complete with on-line store where you can find a complete line of high quality zirconia, titanium, cobalt chrome, PMMA CAD/CAM blank discs; implant and abutment components; tooling and more. All at prices lower that what you are likely to be currently paying and quality that meets or exceeds your requirements.

    The goal of our new site is to educate and inform consumers as well as promote our products and services. Towards that goal, we have made an effort to provide specific information on the relative importance of...See more

  • We can supply the custom abutments,milled implant bar,zirconia,milled crown with our CAD/CAM dept. What can the CAD/CAM doecept the aboving things in the future?

  • Whip Mix Corp. · Louisville, KY

    We've worked long and hard and now feel confident to introduce you to the Infinity ZR; the first Whip Mix Sintering Furnace. Silicon Carbide heating rods are used to assure proper and complete zirconia sintering.

    Click below to learn more!

    Whip Mix Infinity ZR Sintering Furnace
    Product (Furnaces) · Whip Mix Corp. · Equipment

    UL-certified and made in the U.S., WHIP MIX CORP.’s Infinity ZR sintering furnace features 30 programs and four stages. Its Thermal Web Technology reflects infrared heat for more even heating. It can delay start time up to eight hours and can sinter up to 60 units at a time. The furnace comes with...


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  • Jack Jabbour · CEO/General Manager at Vision Dental Laboratory, Inc.

    Is a Full Contour Zirconia (FCZ) (BRUXIR) crown covered under dental insurance plans just like a PFM crown is covered?? Any information on this subject is appreciated, I am trying to gain knowledge on this matter in order to better communicate with my clients. Thanks guys!!

  • Hi all I just had a client return from taking a course, He related to me that Zirconia should not be used. He is working on getting me the literature. He said Zirconia should never be used as an implant abutment or even as a substructure. I am interested if any one has any good info on this. The only thing he mentioned was the rough nature of Zirconia if the glaze gets removed. Thanks in advance — tagged Zirconia

  • DENTSPLY Prosthetics will be at the American Dental Association Annual Meeting: October 31-November 2, 2013 at the Ernest N Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA.

    See us at booth #2501/#2601 to see our new products such as:
    Celtra, a new class of materials for high strength glass-ceramics.

    Bring this posting to the booth and get an LED pen

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