Dale Dental is a Certified Everest Laboratory
Kavo by Everest represents the latest in advanced scanning, software and milling strategies for highly precise dental copings and bridge frameworks. With its industry leading five-axis milling, the Kavo Everest system can move along the complex angles and demanding geometries necessary to achieve highly-precise fits over a wide range of indications. Everest units can be manufactured in...See more five shades of zirconia, HIP zirconia or titanium. Shaded or unshaded, Everest ZS zirconia blanks exhibit a Weibul flexural strength of 1135.1 MPa.
Additionally, Dale can manufacture resin try-in bridges before a final zirconia restoration is milled to manage financial risk on complex or large-span cases.
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Ivoclar Vivadent's Wayne Ledford, CDT, holds up one of the company's new products: e.max CAD LT, a low...See more translucency lithium disilicate block for Sirona inlab and Kavo Everest CAD/CAM units. The blocks are more translucent, milled in the blue state and then crystallized in a porcelain furnace.
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