KZR® Solid Full Contour Zirconia Crown

KZR® Solid Overview

Our full contour zirconia crowns are milled from award winning High Translucency Multi Layered (HTML) KatanaTM zirconia blocks from Noritake®. Noritake’s reputation for excellence and esthetics in the dental lab industry is unsurpassed which is why we have chosen Noritake® as our exclusive source for zirconia blocks. KatanaTM zirconia exceeds the strictest standards for durability and esthetics which affords our KZR® Solid crowns with unmatched esthetics, hardness and flexural strengths (>1,100 MPa). Such hardness affords us the ability to easily design long span bridges while still providing a soft and gentle touch to the opposing enamel for bruxers. Additionally, our KZR® Solid crowns are available in any shade.

Pay only $59/unit for your first four KZR® Solid units. Always free shipping both ways. Click Here for more details!

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KZR® Solid Articles

Zirconia vs. lithium disilicate
by Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD

Ask Dr. Christensen - Dental Economics
Excerpt: Many of my patients prefer to avoid the use of metal in their mouths. I have suffered through the significant failures of many versions of all-ceramic restorations, and I'm not eager to try other all-ceramic restorations without sufficient positive research showing that they are working. There are many ads in dental journals about the newest form of all-zirconia tooth-colored indirect restorations. I think that concept was started by Glidewell Laboratories and is called BruxZir. All-zirconia restorations are advertised as excellent single- and multi-unit tooth colored restorations. What can you tell me about this newest unknown?

KZR® Solid Resources

  • Crown and bridges, veneers, and inlays and onlays
  • Screw-retained implant crowns and full-arch implant prostheses
  • 5 day in lab turn around
  • Esthetic alternative to PFM metal occlusal/lingual or full-cast restorations
  • Ultimate flexural strength
  • Zirconia up to 1,200 MPa
  • Fracture toughness 4.8 MPa*m1/2
  • Cementation with Ceramir Crown & Bridge or a resin-reinforced glass ionomer cement such as RelyX™ Luting Cement
  • D2740 Crown – Porcelain/Ceramic Substrate
  • D2610 Inlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – One Surface
  • D2620 Inlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Two Surfaces
  • D2630 Inlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Three or More Surfaces
  • D2642 Onlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Two Surfaces
  • D2643 Onlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Three Surfaces
  • D2644 Onlay – Porcelain/Ceramic – Four or More Surfaces
  • D2783 Crown – 3/4 Porcelain/Ceramic
  • D6245 Pontic – Porcelain/Ceramic

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