CAD CAM Blocks & Materials

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Bonadent Dental Laboratories
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Candulor Usa Inc
Continental Dental Laboratories Of CA
Danaren Dental Laboratory
DDS Labs
Dental Arts Laboratories, Inc.
Dentsply Sirona
Dentsply Sirona CAD/CAM
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Dentsply Sirona Restorative
Drake Dental Laboratories, Inc.
Glidewell Laboratories
Great Lakes Ortho
Hager Worldwide
Hu Friedy
Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
Keating Dental Arts
Keller Laboratories, Inc.
Lord's Dental Studio, Inc.
Modern Dental Laboratory Usa
Nobel Biocare
Patterson Dental
Patterson Office Supplies
Renfert Usa Inc.
Roland Dga Corporation
Shofu Dental Corporation
Smille Line Usa
Sun Dental Laboratories Llc
Sundance Dental Laboratory
Trident Dental Laboratories
Vita North America
Voco America, Inc.
Young Dental Laboratory, Inc.
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Computer designed and milled prosthetics provide highly accurate fits while reducing production time and costs. As digital dentistry employing chairside or lab-based CAD/CAM becomes more common, the CAD/CAM materials used to create restorations via these systems continue to evolve.

CAD/CAM restorations are typically milled from solid CAD/CAM blocks of ceramic or composite resin that closely match the basic shade of the restored tooth. Metal alloys may also be milled or digitally produced. Using a digital impression, reverse engineering creates a virtual restoration via proprietary software, which sends the data to a milling machine. Stains and glazes are then fired to the surfaces of the milled restoration to correct the monochromatic appearance.

Available CAD/CAM materials include blocks, cutback porcelains and powder systems. Materials in block form include glass ceramics, resin nano ceramics, zirconia, ceramic composites, ceramics and resin composites. Key to selecting the appropriate block material is ensuring that it is suitable for the intended type of restorative. In addition, some block materials require specialized firing protocols and polishing procedures, making it essential to ensure that any needed equipment and supplies are available.


Cutback porcelains are known for their lifelike esthetics, and sprays produce high-contrast detailed imaging and digital impressions with certain intraoral and tabletop scanners.

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Universal, simple and efficient light-cured stain system with broad indications, Lite Art, incorporates novel multifunctional...
Easy Glaze is a nano-filled light cured liquid polish and surface sealant
VOCO introduces Grandio blocs, the 86% filled nano-ceramic hybrid CAD/CAM block indicated for crowns, inlays/ onlays, veneers, and...
VITA North America has released ENAMIC multiColor, a CAD/CAM block with an integrated shade gradient for highly esthetic and long-lasting...
Zirlux® Zirconia enables you to provide patients with exceptional restorations that are esthetic, strong, metal-free, and available for...
Zirlux Anterior Multi is a Multi-Layered Zirconia with more indications and strength than Lithium Disilicate. Zirlux Anterior Multi...
Zirlux Acetal is a semi-flexible, tooth colored material is ideal for partial denture frameworks and other metal-free removable...
Ivoclar Digital, from Ivoclar Vivadent, comprises a comprehensive portfolio of CAD/CAM products for both dental laboratories and dental...
Shofu introduces HC Blocks/Discs—proprietary hybrid ceramic materials for CAD/CAM-based restorative dentistry with CEREC—and a collection...
Modeling Wax from Sirona Dental Systems LLC can be used for scans with the inLab scanner, but is not for exposure with inEos.

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