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Virtually Unbreakable… BruxZir Solid Zirconia from Udell Dental Laboratory

Udell Dental Laboratory is an authorized BruxZir Lab. Watch this video demonstration of the amazing strength of BruxZir Solid Zirconia crowns and bridges.

In addition to great strength, BruxZir also has improved light transmission compared with conventional milled zirconia material, resulting in more natural shade values. BruxZir is an esthetic alternative to metal occlusal PFMs and cast gold crowns and bridges.

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BruxZir and e.max clinical results at 3+ years

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BruxZir and e.maxCAD full-contour crowns on molars have demonstrated clinical service superior to all other tooth-colored materials studied clinically by TRAC over 39 years. To date, their service record resembles that of cast metal. Clinical service over three plus years has begun to answer many critical clinical questions, but important questions remain on possibility of phase change of zirconia in 100% humidity of the oral cavity, glaze use, service life, and failure mode. Status reports will be forthcoming as answers to these and other pertinent questions emerge through this study.

 

Latest BruxZir Performance Reports

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Specimens of the zirconia products were more translucent at 0.5 mm thickness than at 1.0 mm thickness. At the 0.5 mm thickness, the translucency parameter ranged from 10.3 to 10.7, and BruxZir was significantly more translucent than the other three products. At the 1.0 mm thickness, the translucency parameter ranged from 7.1 to 7.8, and BruxZir was significantly more translucent than Zenostar Zr and Lava Plus. Translucency parameter was a function of wavelength when measured between 360-750 nm in reflection.