Creodent now offers IPS. e.max 500!


High Strength, High Esthetics.

Since its introduction, IPS e.max Lithium Disilicate has been relied upon for its high strength and high esthetics by the world’s leading clinicians. Now, after 10 years of continuous quality testing, IPS e.max has demonstrated an average biaxial fl exural strength of 500MPa*. With this proven record of strength, Ivoclar Vivadent now recommends 1mm** occlusal reduction for minimally invasive restorations when adhesively bonded.

The IPS e.max you know, but better!



  • 500 MPa Average Flexural Strength  
  • 2.0 – 2.5 MPa m1/2 Fracture Toughness
  • Wide range of translucencies
  • 1.0mm preperation with adhesive bonding
Minimum strength values are important to know but rarely communicated by other companies. Ivoclar Vivadent has been conservative when reporting flexural strength data to the market, but the reality is that after over 10 thousand production sample tests, IPS e.max Lithium Disilicate produces an average flexural strength of over 500MPa




**1mm preparation suitable with adhesive cementation.
* Ivoclar Vivadent data on file.




Adhesive Cementation Preparation

The impressive flexural strength and fracture toughness values help to validate IPS e.max’s phenomenal success rates over the last decade. It also lends to the ability to do more conservative dentistry which benefits laboratories, dentists and patients. Because of these proven higher strength values and the track record of success, Ivoclar Vivadent is now recommending as little as 1.0mm occlusal reduction for IPS e.max restorations when adhesively cemented.





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