Dental Lab

  
  
  

 

 

CEREC INLAB SYSTEM WAS IMPLEMENTED

"Kalibra" Laboratory has implemented the new dental restoration technology. One of the implements CAD/CAM systems is CEREC. CEREC means the shortened term from English "Chairside Economical Restorations of Esthetic Ceramic" that means Deice for Economic and Esthetic Restoration.

The second version of the name CEREC is derived form the English term CEramic REConstraction. The meaning of these terms maximally explain the meaning and purpose of this complex which consists of technology, materials and equipment for production of prosthetic microdentures and includes dental inlays, veneers and crowns ground from the ceramic blocks with the application of specialized CAD/CAM system.

With the help of viscid technique CEREC provides the unique capacity to produce biocompatible and the same color as natural teeth defect- based metal free restorations from high-quality long-term ceramics without temporaries.

High speed and effectiveness of CEREC MC XL grounding have special advantages in production of several restorations within one patient's attendance as well as temporary bridges for a long period.

Quick and very precise grounding will make the production of cementing crowns of lithium disilicate glass ceramic.
 

Range of indications with CEREC MC XL system

Dental inlays «onlay»/«inlay»
Restoration of natural occlusal surface based on residual tissue of the tooth (material is silicate ceramics).

Abutments
Custom-shaped abutments made of zirconium dioxide compatible with the most implant systems.

Complete crowns
Restoration of natural occlusal and lateral surface of any adjacent tooth (materials are silicate ceramics and translucent zirconium dioxide).

Veneers
Ultrathin veneers (min thickness is 300 micron). Imitation and lateral inversion of tooth morphology from one quadrant into another. (Polychrome ceramic blocks for the effect of natural by-layer deposition (enamel - dentin - neck). 

Bridgework subframes and coping (full-ceramic)
Copings for single crowns and partial/completely reduced bridgework subframes (materials: zirconium dioxide, aluminium dioxide, infiltration ceramics and lithium disilicate (copings).

Bridgework subframes and coping (metal)
Alternative production method: milling of synthetic materials for casting.

Dental bars
Wide range of bars. Special instruments for modelling provide the individual adaptation to the gum level (materials: zirconium dioxide, metal).