Lithium disilicate also known as (LS2) glass-ceramic is ideally suitable for the fabrication of monolithic restorations or veneered restorations in the anterior and posterior region. Due to the natural looking tooth colour and excellent light optical properties, this material produces excellent results.
Tried and Tested The material is used in the dental laboratory in conjunction with either press or CAD/CAM technology. Years of clinical experience confirm the high strength of 500 MPa* for IPS e.max lithium disilicate. The outstanding performance of the material is based on a combination of flexural strength and high fracture toughness adjusted to dental requirements. The clinical success of the material attests to its quality. Furthermore, these properties allow you to work according to the requirements of conservative dentistry. Depending on the patient situation, the restorations may be veneered in a highly esthetic manner or, if fabricated as monolithic restorations, they will be stained.
Devitalized teeth. If the preparations demonstrate a dark shade (e.g. as a result of discolouration or titanium abutments), all ceramic restorations may be used. In this case, it is important for you to inform your dental lab about the die shade, and the dental technicians then selects the IPS e.max lithium disilicate material in the required opacity in order to design the true-to-nature esthetic appearance.
Veneers (≥ 0.3 mm)
Inlays and onlays
Occlusal veneers, partial crowns
Minimally invasive crowns (≥ 1 mm)
Hybrid abutment solutions
Three-unit bridges up to the second premolar as the terminal abutment
Excellent esthetics and high strength (500 MPa*)
Versatile applications and extensive indication range
Minimally invasive preparation and adhesive cementation of crowns with a layer thickness of 1 mm