CEMENT OR BOND?
e.max gives you the freedom of choice. If you prefer to cement go ahead. Looking for a stronger crown to tooth interface for a short clinical crown length e.max is bondable.
ANTERIOR OR POSTERIOR?
e.max uses the strongest pressable glass ceramic ingot available with a flexural strength of 400 MPa. So it’s strong enough for the posterior. If it’s esthetics your looking for, different ingot opacities and cutback techniques make it possible to rival the esthetics of Empress.
MILLED OR PRESSED?
CAD/CAM design and wax milling provide accuracy. Pressed technology delivers the maximum flexural strength available.
CROWN OR BRIDGE?
e.max’s versatility of design can deliver both bridges and crowns. Available for 3-unit bridges to the 2nd premolar.
VENEER OR THIN VENEER?
Yes! You read right. The lithium disilicate material can be pressed as thin as .3mm and is an excellent option for those minor esthetic updates.
8 e.max veneers by CFC
Dentistry by: Dr. Christian Yaste
8 emax veneers by CFC
All of us here at Center for Ceramics wish to say "Thank You", to our loyal and long-standing clients. Your continued patronage, referrals and trust in us is greatly appreciated.
Charlotte, NC 28209
Telephone: (704) 442-0920
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