Human beings are amazing. Take a dental procedure or lab process that originally takes several steps, and humans will eventually figure out how to reduce it to 3, or 2, or even 1 step.
That’s what the team at Keystone Industries did when they developed enamalite Low-Fusing Fluorescent Spray Glaze. Both dentists and labs are using it in the milling of restorations. Rather than firing a ceramic glaze multiple times to get the best result, enamelite makes it possible to stain and glaze in one firing. It’s ideal for full-contour crowns, e-Max restorations, and All-On-Four zircona bridges.
For both dentists and dental lab owners, time means money. So it makes sense to look for tools and materials that will simplify rather than complicate and still meet all clinical requirements and needs of your patients.