Lava™ Plus High Translucency Zirconia offers the esthetics of a layered restoration in all-zirconia that allows dentists and labs to create true restorative masterpieces. Compared to other zirconias, the patented formula of Lava Plus zirconia system provides significantly higher translucency, without compromising strength. Available from Jensen Dental at 800-243-2000 or www.jensendental.com.
- The unique formula provides significantly higher translucency than other shaded zirconia and unprecedented beauty--without compromising strength.
- Patented shading system enables highly esthetic all-zirconia or traditional layered restorations.
- Available in 18 shades, plus two bleach shades.
- Only zirconia system on the market that matches the VITA® Classical Guide and direct conversion to the most common VITA SYSTEM MASTER 3D-MASTER® Shades making customization of the zirconia block more predictable.
- High strength allows tooth-preserving =0.5 mm minimum wall thickness--requiring 3X less occlusal preparation than lithium disilicate glass ceramic because of its 3X greater strength.
- Scientific data proves Lava all-zirconia has antagonist preserving wear properties and is not abraded or roughened under occlusal load.
- Preparation of Zirconia frameworks and All-Zirconia restorations for anterior and posterior teeth:
- Single crowns
- Bridges up to 48 mm in length with a maximum of two pontics next to one another in the posterior area and a maximum of four pontics next to one another in the anterior area. A maximum of four dies is approved for 5-unit and 6-unit bridges.
- Crowns on implants and 3-unit bridges on two implants
- Lava Plus restorations on implants have not been released for use on patients with bruxism.
- Lava Plus restorations on implants should have a passive (tension-free) fit.
- Splinted crowns (maximum 4 splinted crowns)
- Cantilever bridges with a maximum of 1 pendant at the position of a premolar or incisor
- Cantilever bridges have not been released for use on patients with bruxism.
- 3-unit inlay/onlay and 2-unit or 3-unit Maryland bridges
- Inlay and Maryland bridges have not been released for use on patients with bruxism.
- Primary crowns