priti®multidisc ZrO2 Translucent is the flexible choice for robust, authentic fully anatomical, monolithic and partially/fully veneered restorations with up to 16 pontics.
(3Y-TZP) available in monochrome in VITA® shades A1 - A4, B2, C2, D2 and white, 40% translucence, flexural strength > 1,150 MPa.
You can use priti®multidisc ZrO2 Translucent to fabricate partial crowns, monolithic, fully anatomical and partially or fully veneered crowns and bridges (up to 16 pontics) and custom anterior and posterior suprastructures on natural abutment teeth and implants. The discs are available in white and pre-stained in the VITA® shades A1 - A4, B2, C2 and D2. The material combines very high flexural strength with good translucence. It is therefore particularly recommended as a scaffold material for aesthetic veneering.
- Zirconium dioxide Type II, Class 5 (DIN EN ISO 6872)
- Flexural strength > 1,150 MPa
- High translucence of 40%
- High aesthetics
- CTE (10,5 ± 0,5) ·10-6·K-1
- Thin wall thicknesses of 0.4 mm for single crowns in the anterior tooth area and 0.6 mm in the posterior tooth area
- Precise edges and margins due to highly compacted material
- Veneering possible with any ceramic mapped to the CTE of ZrO2
- Cross-batch color fidelity
- Homogeneous block shading
- Color can be reproduced at any time
Zirconium dioxide (ZrO2/HfO2): 94.1 - 94.65 %
Yttrium oxide (Y2O3): 4.65 - 5.95 %
Aluminum oxide (Al2O3): < 0.4 %
Other oxides: < 0.7 %
|Systems must be constructed of the following specifications:||Crowns||Maryland-bridges||3-unit bridges|
|Minimum framework thickness||anterior||0.4 mm||0.4 mm||0.6 mm|
|Minimum framework thickness||posterior||0.6 mm||0.6 mm||0.6 mm|
|Connectors||anterior||6 mm²||6 mm²|
|Connectors||posterior||9 mm²||9 mm²|
|Framework design||Anatomically shaped (supporting veneer ceramics); fully anatomical|
Recommendation for standard sintering:
Heating and cooling rate 10°C/min
Hold time 120 minutes at 1,450°C
Total sintering time approx. 7 hours
Recommendation on rapid sintering: (for bridges with up to 3 pontics)
Heating rate 10°C/min
Hold time 30 minutes at 1,500°C
Cooling rate 40°C/min
Total sintering time approx. 4 hours
Sintering together with other materials could cause unwanted changes in color and translucence. This applies particularly to materials processed using dye liquids. Sintering beads must also be replaced to avoid dye liquid residues.
It is particularly important to clean sintering furnaces that are contaminated by dye liquids before sintering a pre-shaded material for the first time. This prevents unpleasant surprises and allows optimum photo-optical results for the zirconium dioxide.
Any ceramic veneers recommended for zirconium dioxide ceramics may be used.
Reduce feed rates during rough machining: The quality of milling depends on several factors including the machine, machining strategy, zirconium dioxide, etc. To ensure that you can achieve optimum milling results from the start with high translucence blanks, we recommend using a lower speed than with opaque materials during rough machining.
|Job||Rough machining |
|Tool diameter||2.5 mm||1.0 mm||Parameter:||↓||↓|
|Spindle speed||20,000-22,000 rpm||20,000-22,000 rpm|
|Feed rate||1,200-1,500 mm/min||1,000-1,300 mm/min|
|Infeed rate||1,000 mm/min||700 mm/min|
|Allowance||0.15 mm||0.15 mm|
|Tool path distance||1.00 mm||0.20 mm|
|Step down/step over||1.00 mm||0.50 mm|
Coated milling tools: These offer the benefit of low wear with longer tool life.
Any adjustments required to the sintered restorations once compacted must only be carried out using diamond-coated tools to prevent damage to the material caused by local overheating or exposure of the surface of the restoration to excessive force.
Restorations can be cemented conventionally with a zinc phosphate or glass ionomer cement or with self-adhesive and fully-adhesive fixing material.
"pritidenta systematized zirconia for success.
Very few of the zirconia blanks on the market stand out as unique. pritidenta found a way with excellent, natural-looking results through CAM techniques. Nesting high or low is not new, of course, but nobody has gone this far to make sure the end results are consistent and predictable..."