Fig. 1: CEREC Zirconia can be dry milled with the CEREC milling and grinding unit.
Fig. 2: The new sintering furnace CEREC SpeedFire needs 10-15 minutes for crowns
Fig. 3: The product family for the chairside production of CEREC Zirconia inthe practice (from right): CEREC AC with Omnicam, the new CEREC SpeedFire sintering furnace as well as the CEREC milling and grinding unit
Fig. 4: Crown made from CEREC Zirconia after sintering.
Fig. 5: The CEREC SpeedFire sintering furnace is the smallest of its kind on the market and really saves time with a sintering process that takes 10-15 minutes for each crown.
Fig. 6: Experts on a small scale: To position the restorations ready for glazing, there are small supports on which crowns and bridges can be securely fixed, allowing for all-round glazing.
Fig. 7: The CEREC SpeedGlaze spray quickly gives the restoration its high gloss. Spray on, fire for about 10-15 minutes and it’s ready.
Fig. 8: The CEREC SW 4.4.1 turns fabricating a restoration into a simple workflow which users can control intuitively.
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