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IPS e.max® Press/CAD

IPS e.max® Press is a reformulated glass ceramic consisting of lithium disilicate that delivers outstanding esthetics and increased strength. Its ability to balance versatility and simplicity yields confidence when restoring even the most complicated cases.

IPS e.max® is a lithium disilicate glass ceramic that has optimized translucency, durability and strength for full anatomical restorations. New technologies and optimized processing parameters have made it evolve beyond previously available lithium disilicate ceramics.

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  • IPS e.max is the original premium lithium disilicate glass ceramic. It combines accuracy of fit with excellent function and outstanding aesthetics as well as high strength. Moreover, IPS e.max is exceptionally user friendly. The material comes in a wide range of shades and translucency levels for utmost efficiency.

  • IPS e.max is the original premium lithium disilicate glass ceramic. It combines accuracy of fit with excellent function and outstanding aesthetics as well as high strength. Moreover, IPS e.max is exceptionally user friendly. The material comes in a wide range of shades and translucency levels for utmost efficiency.

  • Clinical long-term studies confirm a survival rate of 96% for this proven material. As a result of its natural-looking color and excellent optical properties, IPS e.max lithium disilicate produces striking results. This innovative glass-ceramic is the ideal material for fabricating highly aesthetic, long-lasting anterior and posterior restorations.

  • Various long term studies confirm the high level of safety and impressive reliability of IPS e.max Press. In the 10-year study of K. Malament, a total of 5,113 cumulative years of observation showed a failure rate of 0.14% per year.

Preparation Guidelines

  • No angles or sharp edges

  • Shoulder preparation with rounded inner edges and/or chamfer preparation

  • The indicated dimensions reflect the minimum thickness for IPS e.max CAD restorations

  • The incisal edge of the preparation, particularly for anterior teeth, should be at least 1.0 mm

Anterior Crown Posterior Crown Partial Crown
Inlay Onlay Veneer

 

Indications

  • Single crowns with/without layering technique

  • Three-unit bridges for anterior and premolar region. Pontic width should be less than 11mm for anterior and 9mm for premolar or canine.

  • Inlay/onlay

  • Veneer

  • Hybrid abutment

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