New in 2019! Particularly translucent and bend resistant zirconia

Zirconia materials differ in terms of translucency and strength. In addition to the aesthetic features, the level of flexural strength is key for the fabrication of a full arch restoration from a functional point of view. The Prettau® 2 zirconia combines extraordinary flexural strength with excellent translucency.

In addition, the manual colouring technique with Colour Liquid Prettau® 2 Aquarell allows a colour scheme that is exactly matched to the patient’s needs.

The excellent aesthetic properties of the material allow the monolithic design of the restorations. This prevents ceramic chipping. With Prettau® 2 structures from single crowns to full arch bridges, it is therefore possible to offer patients bio-compatible, highly individual and very stable dental restorations.

Properties at a glance

  • Biocompatible zirconia with excellent flexural strength and a particularly high translucency
  • No limitations! Especially suitable for full arch restorations (fully anatomical or reduced with ceramics), but also for single crowns, inlays, onlays, veneers, bars and multi-unit bridges
  • Can be characterised individually for each patient with Colour Liquids Prettau® 2 Aquarell, ICE Zirkon Ceramics and ICE Zirkon 3D Stains by Enrico Steger
  • No ceramic chipping (thanks to the fully anatomical design)
  • No abrasion to the antagonist
  • After sintering, the restoration can be personalised with ICE Zirkon Stains Prettau® and ICE Zirkon 3D Stains by Enrico Steger

Processing

  • CAM-dry processing
  • Further individualisation with Colour Liquids Prettau® 2 Aquarell
  • Sinterung (1.500 °C)
  • Glaze with the Glaze 3D Glaze Base, Glaze Plus or NEW: Glaze Fluo for natural fluorescence
  • Ceramic layering
  • High gloss polishing
  • Insertion: Cementation or screwing

Prettau® 2

Particularly translucent and bend resistant zirconia

Zirconia with excellent flexural strength and a particularly high translucency for single crowns, inlays, onlays, veneers, bars to full-arch bridges.

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