Q&A Several Questions About Zirconia Blocks You Are Most Concerned About


The blog has a lot of articles about the introduction of zirconia blocks. This time, Vsmile collected several questions that customers are most concerned about and made a blog for everyone to read. (If you have any other questions, please send us a message)

Q:what zirconia is best?

A:This is a difficult question to answer, and there is no standard answer to this question.

First of all, many zirconium blocks use tosoh powder produced in Japan, which is currently considered the best raw material in the industry, there is no doubt about this.The production of zirconium ingots needs to go through many rigorous pressing and firing processes, and many zirconium ingot factories are doing well at present. So there are many zirconium blocks on the market, even if they are not tosoh, they are of high quality.Choose a suitable zirconium block according to the laboratory machine and actual situation, anything can be the best zirconium block.

Q:Why do my crowns always look bright and unreal?

A:There are several possibilities for this problem:

*There is no right product. Different zirconium blocks have different transparency. It is very important to choose the right product. *It is not based on the actual situation, the communication with the doctor is not in place, and it does not match the skin color of the patient. *The correct color was not selected during the dyeing process, and the technician did not have a good grasp of the color.

Q:Should I layer all anterior zirconia restorations?

A:There really isn't a right answer to this question. Certain situations require stratification for matching recovery. Consider a single central incisor that needs to match multiple translucent and polychromatic adjacent teeth. On the other hand, new materials such as a new generation of ultra-translucent materials can be surprisingly lifelike. If six single anterior units are provided, the aesthetics of this material are likely to be highly acceptable. In conclusion, it is best to answer this question on a case-by-case basis.

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