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A classic choice combining the strength of metal alloys such as gold or palladium with the aesthetic appeal of porcelain
E.Max (Shaded): A classic choice combining the strength of gold with the aesthetic appeal of porcelain
E.Max Multi: Offering enhanced aesthetic properties for a more natural look
Zirceram: A premium option known for its exceptional strength and aesthetic quality
Full Zirconia: Popular for its durability and suitability for back teeth
Zircad Prime: Combining strength with superior aesthetics for optimal results
PFM, E.Max, Zirconia
Gold, Palladium, Base Metal, Silver Palladium, & Titanium Alloys
Porcelain, Gold Alloy, Zirconia
The most common type of bridge, consisting of one or more pontics held in place by dental crowns cemented onto each of the abutment teeth
Pontic is supported by a crown on only one side, suitable when there are teeth on only one side of the missing tooth or teeth.
Also known as a resin-bonded bridge held in place by a metal or porcelain framework, bonded onto the backs of the two adjacent teeth
For patients seeking a more stable and permanent solution, implant-supported bridges are an excellent option and are considered the strongest and most stable system for bridge work.
Used to preview and modify the end result of a restorative dental procedure, aid in planning complex treatments like full mouth reconstructions, provide a visual and tangible representation for patient education and approval, and also serve as a guide for temporaries and the final restorations.
Used for visualizing the final appearance of the veneers, ensuring patient satisfaction and confidence in the treatment plan, and assisting dentists in preparation and placement of the actual veneers.