Katana Ultra Translucent Multi Layered delivers glass-like translucency to multilayered zirconia, and is recommended as the zirconia most suitable for anterior crowns or laminate veneers.With two transition layers of gradation for both shading and translucency between the gingival and incisal regions, Katana UTML brings the utmost in lifelike esthetics to millable zirconia. With 550 MPa flexural strengths, it’s suitable for anterior and posterior restorations, and is an ideal material for implant cases with anodized abutments to enhance crown esthetics.
Translucency isn’t uniform in natural dentition, and natural, graduated opacity is available for the first time with Katana STML. Both chroma and opacity vary between the cervical and incisal regions to produce the most esthetic crowns available. Because Katana STML is more opaque near the sulcus, it eliminates the grey coloration sometimes caused by overly translucent anterior zirconia. Its 750 MPa flexural strength ensures it’s durable enough to survive any indication.
Milled from pucks with four graduated shades, polychromatic multi-layer Katana™ML naturally provides variations in shades to match natural enamel, dentin and cervical coloration. Because of its natural shading, Katana offers restorations with stunning esthetics straight from the sintering oven without additional staining and veneering.
Zirlux 16+ is a preshaded zirconia material that delivers both shade consistency and strength. At 1,200 MPa, Zirlux 16+ is perfect for copings, multi-unit bridges, full-contour crowns, implant abutments and full arch hybrid bridges. Available in preshaded and white discs to create all 16 Vita® Classical shades, this amazingly esthetic material is the most comprehensive zirconia ever created by Zirlux.
Milled on CMC’s advanced five-axis mills, BruxZir® 16 restorations are suitable for crowns and bridges. As an esthetically superior alternative to conventional PFM restorations, BruxZir 16’s fractural strength exceeds 1,460 MPa, making it sturdy enough to perform as an anterior restoration. Despite its strength, it’s forgiving on opposing enamel, making it an ideal option for bruxing patients. Available in 16 Vita® shades, BruxZir® 16 doesn’t trade strength for beauty.
A lithium disilicate alternative to full-contour zirconia restorations, the superior esthetics of IPS e.max® surpass those of zirconia restorations. Available in three levels of translucency, it can be shipped in its unfired “blue” form, allowing you to easily add your signature touches, or returned fully fired. With CAD LT blocks now available, CMC now mills e.max® bridges of up to three units with the same natural esthetics of single-unit e.max® crowns.
At Custom Milling Center, we utilize innovative CAD/CAM technology to design and mill long-lasting esthetic temporaries from Harvest™ PMMA. CMC offers single provisional units, up to full arch cases. It also is suitable for secondary and tertiary structures.
Composed of a nano-hybrid composite PMMA structure, the double cross linked material is suitable for a wear period of up to 12 months, and offers advanced translucency, high color stability and unmatched esthetic performance. Traditional cementation seating allows for easy seating.
This semi flexible, tooth colored material is ideal for partial denture frameworks and other metal-free removable applications. The highly crystalline acetal copolymer possesses high tensile and flexural strength, fatigue resistance, low friction, low moisture absorption, and excellent dimensional stability.
Through CAD/CAM production, Zirlux® Acetal partial dentures eliminate wax-ups, investing, casting and finishing of CrCo frames. When milled, Acetal comes out of the mill nearly polished. Finishing and final polishing is easily accomplished.
When used for partial denture frameworks, Zirlux® Acetal improves both esthetics and patient comfort by eliminating the esthetic compromise of silver clasps and replacing with a natural color clasp on the tooth and not the tissue.
For a temporary smile makeover, Zirlux® Acetal can be milled and provided to patients for use as desired.
• Precise results due to CAD/CAM production
• Low moisture absorption and fatigue resistance
• Cost effective solution
• 90 MPa
• Available in shades: A1, A2, A3.5, B1, G2 (bleach shade)
Zirlux Acetal Step-by-step with Kris Schermerhorn Webinar
Non-Precious / Chromium Cobalt
Milled from a nickel- and beryllium-free alloys, our non-precious chromium cobalt copings are more consistent in quality and fabrication than cast copings. Still highly biocompatible and durable, our chromium cobalt base materials are suitable for single-unit restorations to full roundhouse restorations.
A cost-effective alternative to implant therapy, CMC’s Maryland bridges are fabricated by our highly trained CAD/CAM technicians to ensure the most precise fit available. Because our bridges bond to abutment teeth with little to no preparation, they’re usually entirely retrievable should patients later opt for implants.
Intraoral scanners simplify your laboratory’s digital workflow, but most laboratories occasionally have the need to work with a physical model. CMC’s 3D printing services offer a perfect solution to this need. Printed using the Ultra2 HD EnvisionTEC® printer to perfectly replicate scan data, our printed RP models offer crisp and accurate anatomical details and are manufactured with incredibly fast turn times.
Printed using a EnvisionTEC® Perfactory® 3D printer from a 70/30% paraffin-resin amalgam, our wax print copings have very low thermal expansion during burnout. This allows for offering amazingly accurate castings with a high level of detail. Perfect for laboratories pressing ceramic restorations, our wax prints always produce a high quality surface finish for precious and non-precious alloys in less than an hour.