BruxZir Solid Zirconia

 October 16, 2013

BruxZir – All Zirconia crowns and bridges are fabricated using the same state-of-the-art scan and mill technology as our successful Forte YZr crowns, but instead of layering porcelain over the zirconia, we mill BruxZir to full contour. BruxZir is a monolithic material ideal to replace posterior full-gold crowns and metal occlusals for patients who are leery of placing alloy in the mouth. These crowns are very strong, made of a monolithic zirconia. BruxZir is available in all the classic shades, and achieved by dipping the zirconia prior to sintering and then staining and glazing for a final shade match.

Education Materials
Case Materials Required:
  • Upper and lower impressions or models
  • Bite Registration
  • Tooth shade
Turnaround Time - 5 days
  • 5 day in lab turn around
  • An esthetic alternative to the traditional Full Cast restoration
  • Extreme strength of monolithic zirconia
  • A non-oxide forming alternative to alloy restorations
  • Save $20 per unit by using an intra-oral scanner and model-less technique
  • Anterior & Posterior Crowns or Bridges
  • Screw-Retained Crowns or Bridges
  • Crowns or Bridges over Custom Abutments
  • Inlays & Onlays
  • Inlay Bridges and Maryland Bridges
  • Crown Tattoos
  • Zirconia up to 1,132 MPa versus 1,200+ MPa for typical zirconia
  • Three to six times the fracture toughness (aka K1C value) of typical zirconia
  • Conventional cementation using non-expanding resin modified glass ionomer
  • Resin-Modified Glass Ionomer – Crowns/Bridges (not veneers)
    • FugiCEM 2, GC America
    • RelyX Luting Plus, 3M ESPE
    • Nexus RMGI, Kerr
  • Self-Adhesive Resin – Crowns/Bridges (not veneers)
    • Panavia SA Cement, Kuraray
    • RelyX Unicem 2, 3M ESPE
    • Max Cem Elite, Kerr

***In general, lithium disilicate restorations are etched before they are placed. Before restorations are placed with adhesive or self-adhesive cementation materials, they are conditioned with Silane.***

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  • D2610 Inlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – One Surface
  • D2620 Inlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Two Surfaces
  • D2630 Inlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Three or More Surfaces
  • D2642 Onlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Two Surfaces
  • D2643 Onlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Three Surfaces
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