IPS e.max ZirPress
IPS e.max ZirPress are fluorapatite glass-ceramic ingots indicated to press on IPS e.max ZirCAD and other ZrO2 frameworks with a CTE value between 10.5 and 11.0. IPS e.max ZirPress facilitates the working procedures especially for multi-unit restorations due to the detailed esthetic ceramic reproduction of the wax-up.
IPS e.max ZirPress ingots are available in two levels of opacity and in A-D and four Bleach BL shades. Moreover, two Gingiva shades are available. Since several ingots can be pressed in the IPS Investment Ring System together, they are available in only one size. Individual characterization or veneering is carried out using the IPS Ivocolor stains or the IPS e.max Ceram layering materials.
These highly translucent ingots are ideally suitable for fully anatomical pressing over zirconium oxide frameworks (staining technique). The Characterization and Glaze firing is subsequently conducted using the IPS Ivocolor stains assortment. If adjustments are required, the IPS e.max Ceram layering materials can be used.
These ingots with low translucency are ideally suitable for the cut-back technique, but also for the staining technique. After the partial press-over, the incisal area is individually completed using the IPS e.max Ceram materials. The restorations are characterized using universal stains assortment IPS Ivocolor.
These two ingots facilitate the fabrication of the gingival portion of the restoration, especially in large (implant-supported) restorations, since the material does not shrink and the number of ceramic firings can be reduced. The actual layering of the restoration is conducted with IPS e.max Ceram layering materials with the exact accuracy of fit of the gingival area being maintained.
Optimized investment material
The optimized investment material IPS PressVest Premium is available to process IPS e.max ZirPress in the press furnaces Programat EP 3010 and EP 5010.
- Quick, easy and efficient
- Three processing techniques – depending on the preference
- Ceramic shoulders with high accuracy of fit and firing stability
- Innovative gingiva technique for implant superstructures
- Pressing over zirconium oxide-supported single-tooth frameworks
- Pressing over zirconium oxide-supported multi-unit bridge frameworks
- Pressing over implant-supported superstructures made of zirconium oxide
- Pressing gingiva portions on zirconium oxide frameworks