Function & Esthetics CEREC Blocs C PC
Feldspar ceramic, polychromatic
Material Type: Feldspar ceramic, polychromatic - for natural-looking anterior and posterior crowns
Indications: Optimized or posterior crowns; inlays, onlays, veneers; anterior crowns are possible.
Different layers based on different degrees of color saturation (chroma) allow an optimal adjustment to the characteristic color gradients of restorations in relation to translucency and intensity.
- Natural enamel, dentin, and cervical layering
- Virtual block orientation in CEREC and inLab software
- Interesting alternative to veneered crowns
- For even better results, CEREC Blocs C PC can be virtually aligned in the grinding preview of the inLab software
- Classical shades A1C to A3-5C
The differentiation of a more translucent top layer, a middle dentin layer with a normal degree of color intensity, and a more strongly pigmented lower layer as well as intermediate layers ensure optimum individuality and esthetics in the anterior and posterior tooth regions.
Multilayer with CEREC Blocs C PC
Furthermore, the multi-layer technology with CEREC Blocs C and CEREC Blocs C PC allows extremely cost-efficient production of full-ceramic bridges and crowns. The fully anatomical suggestion is split by the software into two parts: the framework structure of zirconium oxide (inCoris ZI) and the veneer structure of feldspathic ceramic (CEREC Blocs C or CEREC Blocs C PC).
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Order form / Bestellformular CEREC Blocs C and CEREC Blocs C PC 590 kB
The inLab material product range supports your production of surgical guides with the inCoris PMMA guide and the production of individual, highly esthetic hybrid abutments with TiBase and inCoris ZI meso.
Function & Esthetics
An extensive range of materials is available for you to produce permanent prosthetic restorations: With blocks made from ceramic (feldspar and zirconium oxide) and a NPM sinter alloy (cobalt-chromium) you can satisfy an enormous range of wishes and requirements in terms of function and esthetics.