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IPS e.max CAD Abutment Solutions

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Quality and esthetics redefined

IPS e.max CAD Abutment Solutions are designed for the fabrication of implant-supported hybrid structures for single teeth using CAD/CAM technology. The hybrid components are individually milled from lithium disilicate blocks (LS2) and bonded to a titanium base.

Depending on the patient situation, a temporary Telio CAD Hybrid Abutment crown is inserted immediately after implant placement. This temporary restoration offers many options in terms of soft tissue management and forms the basis for an esthetic and functional permanent IPS e.max CAD restoration.

The IPS e.max CAD A14 and A16 blocks feature a pre-fabricated interface, e.g. for the Sirona Ti base. They are used for the fabrication of hybrid abutments and hybrid abutment crowns. The blocks are available in the MO and LT levels of translucency and in several shades. MO blocks are supplied in size A14, LT blocks in size A16 and now also in size A14. 

The new IPS e.max CAD A14 blocks in the tranluscency level LT offer new shade options for hybrid abutments. The process of fabricating hybrid abutment crowns that fit into an A14 block is clearly optimized. 

The strong bond between the lithium disilicate glass-ceramic (LS2) and the Ti base is established with the specially formulated luting composite Multilink® Hybrid Abutment. The cementation is carried out using Monobond Plus (on the Ti-Base) and Monobond etch & Prime (on the ceramic structure).

Indications

  • Hybrid abutments
  • Hybrid abutment crowns

For anterior and posterior teeth in both cases

IPS e.max CAD Abutment Solutions – The highlights

  • Precision fit due to CAD/CAM fabrication
  • Excellent and long-lasting esthetics due to tooth-coloured hybrid abutments
  • Hybrid abutment crown (2-in-1) for function, efficiency and easy access to the screw at any time
  • Very good compatibility with the oral soft tissue
  • Strong bond between lithium disilicate (LS2) and Ti base due to Multilink Hybrid Abutment