3D Pro: Beauty in a Class of Aesthetics
Dental restorations along with CAD/CAM technology have become very popular lately due to the fact that high-quality restorations can be obtained in a reduced predicted time, thus increasing efficiency by automating the manufacturing processes, Computer-aided design and manufacturing allows the use a wider range of materials for different types of dental prosthetic structures. With the introduction of new technological systems together with new materials like dental zirconia, the emergence of a large number of materials in a short time leads to a crisis of the professional staff with an adequate training, which leads to an increase in the working time while the costs are still high. The development of its use in the dental prosthetics started with the opportunity for manufacturing ceramic posterior fixed partial prosthesis. More recently, 3D Pro multilayer has also begun to be used as a material for making dental implants. 3D Pro multilayer has been introduced into dental practice as an alternative to metal-ceramic dental restorations. Compared to the traditional porcelain to metal restorations, 3D Pro multilayer restorations have better aesthetic performance, as their excellent translucent properties, it is becoming the first choice today in the cases with high aesthetic requirements.
CAD/CAM materials like 3D Pro multilayer blocks and discs in dental restorations are fully or partially sintered. The state of these blocks and discs differentiate the fabrication of dental restorations.
The chipping of veneering porcelain on zirconia-based ceramic frameworks can be attributed to the influence of many factors: the difference between the thermal expansion coefficient between the 3D Pro multilayer and ceramics, the absence of humidity within the material after the ceramic coating, the ceramic firing process, the phase transformation of 3D Pro multilayer at core-veneer interface due to thermal or mechanical stress influences, the occurrence of defects during the different procedures a correct base conception to support the applied ceramics, a suitable handling in the dental laboratory, the deficiency of uniform support of the veneering ceramic due to the shape of the 3D Pro multilayer core, the connector shape and some less frequent biological complications. The bonding mechanism between 3D Pro multilayer and veneering ceramics remains uncertained. There are no clear arguments regarding the existence of chemical bonding between the two materials. The strength of the bonding connection between porcelain and 3D Pro multilayer is lower than that between porcelain and metal. Prosthesis fracture at the connector area is another drawback that studies refer to. For fixed dental prostheses in the posterior region a connector of at least 4mm diameter was recommended.
If you have a tooth which is wearing down, cracked, or chipped, you go to dental clinic and the dentist will likely recommend capping it with a dental crown. A crown will help maintain the size, strength, shape, and appearance of your tooth and will be made from one, or a mixture, of various materials – a popular choice being zirconia. When choosing the material that’s right for you, you’ll want to consider multiple factors like the visibility of the tooth, aesthetic translucency, the strength, and how it looks. If you think 3D Pro multi-layer 3D Pro multi-layer may be best for your damaged tooth, we’ll break down the benefits and advantages to ensure you end up with a crown that makes you smile.
What is 3D Pro multilayer zirconia, and what are its Benefits?
3D Pro multi-layer is a multi-layer solid ceramic substance and one of several newer materials that combine metal’s strength with the multilayered aesthetic, lifelike appeal of porcelain. 3D Pro multi-layer crowns are continually being developed to further improve the 3D Pro multi-layer performance compared to white and preshaded zirconia.