Ivoclar Vivadent IPS E.Max Special Edition
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Limited special edition of the Programat press furnace in the IPS e.max look
Two well-matched products now share the same appearance and colours. The outcome: a limited special edition of the Programat press furnace sporting the distinctive magenta IPS e.max look!
New look for a proven product
The press furnaces from Ivoclar Vivadent, the dental industry’s press technology pioneer, have been synonymous with exceptional quality and excellent press and firing results since 1991. Customers throughout the world enjoy working with these furnaces and the coordinated materials.
The Programat product range is characterized by a very special feature: the patented fully automatic press function (FPF). It is responsible for optimum press results and efficient handling at the push of a button. The automatic double range calibration program (ATK2), which calibrates the furnace temperature at two different levels, ensures high-precision press and firing outcomes.
For a short time only, the furnace and the coordinated materials will share the same appearance. The special edition of the Programat furnace will sport the IPS e.max look.
Only 333 units worldwide
The limited special edition of the furnace will be manufactured on order exclusively. It will be available at a special price between November 2019 and July 2020, together with the IPS e.max ingots and the VP5 vacuum pump.
Esthetics in anterior teeth Ivoclar Vivadent IPS E.Max Special Edition
How did the esthetic appearance of IPS Style in the anterior tooth region compare with other restoratives – in close proximity to the IPS e.max all-ceramic in particular? A direct comparison was possible.
IPS Style metal-ceramic is put to the test
How well did an anterior electroplated crown made with IPS Style harmonize with an IPS Style non-prep veneer? The restorations were used to treat a diastema.
Layering with IPS Style Ivoclar Vivadent IPS E.Max Special Edition
Mr Morhofer took advantage of his extensive knowledge of using IPS e.max in the layering of the IPS Style material. To what extent could the all-ceramic layering technique be applied to the metal-ceramic material? Did the IPS Style restoration match up to the seven adjacent IPS e.max Ceram restorations?
In a new issue of Special Edition, the two professionals present a patient case with severe tooth discolourations. Using IPS e.max Press (lithium disilicate) and IPS e.max Ceram, they create a beautiful new smile for a patient with conspicuously discoloured teeth in the upper and lower jaw. They show clearly and convincingly how discolourations can be made part of the restoration rather than concealing them, as normally is the case.