CAD/CAM Chairside  

Cutting-edge technology for IPS e.max® restorations

No matter where you are on your CAD/CAM journey, from digital newcomer to seasoned expert: this integrated, open workflow is the ideal solution for easily creating accurate, highly esthetic restorations.

1. Scan & Design: Convenient scanning. Flexible designing.

High accuracy for precise restorations
PrograScan One+
is an intraoral scanner that enables highly precise digital impressions in lifelike colours.
• Optimized handling with wireless scanning technology [1]  
• Highly accurate scan data [2] 
• Artificial-intelligence-driven design proposals
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2. Decide: Best-selling. Proven longevity.

The highly esthetic lithium disilicate glass ceramic
IPS e.max CAD
is the world’s best-selling glass ceramic [3] suitable for the efficient production of restorations with high flexural strength.
• Wide range of shades and translucency levels [4]  
• Scientifically documented clinical longevity: five years, 150 million restorations [3], 96% survival rate [5] 
• Excellent esthetics and high strength combined with a 10-year material guarantee [6-10]
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3. Produce: Industrial quality. Modern design.

Cutting-edge technology for IPS e.max CAD restorations
PrograMill One
combines industrial production quality with high precision and modern design. The milling system specifically designed to fabricate IPS e.max, enables outstanding surface quality.
• Five-way material and eight-position tool changer allows you to easily load and continuously mill your cases
• Innovative five-axis turn-milling technology (5XT) enables short machining times while keeping tool wear low
• Easy operation via an app enables constant access
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4. Fire: Superior speed. Ingenious design.

The glazing and crystallization furnace
Programat CS2
is a glazing and crystallization furnace specially developed for the crystallization of IPS e.max CAD restorations.
• Exceptionally fast crystallization program for IPS e.max CAD in less than 15 minutes
• Easy operation; specially developed for use in dental practices
• Homogeneous heat distribution in the firing chamber ensures optimum firing results and aesthetic restorations
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5. Place: Invisible cementation. User-friendly application.

Amazingly simple esthetics
Variolink Esthetic
is a light- and dual-curing luting composite for the permanent cementation of demanding ceramic and composite restorations.
• Exceptional esthetics with balanced Effect shade system, natural fluorescence and high long-term shade stability
• User-friendly processing with controlled excess removal and flexible consistency
• Optimal bonding with Adhese Universal and Monobond Etch & Prime – for your clinical success
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6. Protect: Powerful care. Optimum aesthetics.

Targeted protection – controlled risk
Cervitec Plus
is a unique protective varnish that helps keep restorations in good condition. [11-13]
• Easy and precise application where it is needed
• Special protection for high-risk areas
• Reduces the risk of caries and maintains teeth quality [14-18]
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7. Peace of mind

Service and Support
We know CAD/CAM is a huge investment, and we are dedicated to helping you every step of the way. We are the ideal partner for your chairside CAD/CAM needs.
• Our Digital Masters help plan and decide which configuration best suits the needs of your practice
• Bespoke training sessions for you and your staff: online, on-site or in one of our Ivoclar Vivadent training facilities
• We conduct the setup and maintenance to ensure you get up to speed and keep your practice running smoothly

The range of available products may vary from country to country.

[1] Based on user feedback.

[2] J. Abduo, M. Elseyoufi, Accuracy of Intraoral Scanners: A Systematic Review of Influencing Factors, The European journal of prosthodontics and restorative dentistry 2018, 26(3), 101–121.

[3] Based on sales figures.

[4] Ivoclar Vivadent R&D, IPS e.max Scientific Report Mean biaxial flexural strength, measured over 10 years, Ivoclar Vivadent

[5] Ivoclar Vivadent, Scientific Report IPS e.max Vol. 03, Ivoclar Vivadent, 2001–2017

[6] D. J. Fasbinder, G. Neiva, D. Heys, R. Heys, Clinical evaluation of glass ceramic material for chairside CAD/CAM crowns: 10-year report, Study report, University of Michigan, 2017

[7] J. Boldt, F. Spitznagel, Lithium disilicate: Indications and scientific evidence, Deutsche Zahnärztliche Zeitschrift (DZZ) 2017, 72, 319–325.

[8] Ivoclar Vivadent, Scientific Report IPS e.max Vol. 03, Ivoclar Vivadent, 2001–2017

[9] U. Lendenmann, Test Report, Ivoclar-Vivadent, 2019

[10] A. Liebermann et al, Study Report, Clinical Oral Investigations, 2019

[11] C. E. Besimo, J. S. Guindy, D. Lewetag, J. Meyer, Prevention of bacterial leakage into and from prefabricated screw-retained crowns on implants in vitro. The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants 1999, 14(5), 654–660.

[12] C. Wallman, D. Birkhed, Effect of chlorhexidine varnish and gel on mutans streptococci in margins of restorations in adults, Caries research 2002, 36(5), 360–365.

[13] J. Schoppe, U. Lendenmann, Hemmhoftests mit Cervitec Plus auf verschiedenen Dentalmaterialien. Internal Investigation Report, Ivoclar-Vivadent AG, 2019.

[14] Q. Zhang, W.H. van Palenstein-Helderman, M.A. van't Hof M A, G.J. Truin, Chlorhexidine varnish for preventing dental caries in children, adolescents and young adults: a systematic review. European Journal of Oral Sciences 2006, 114(6), 449-455.

[15] N. Ersin, E. Eden, N. Eronat, F. Totu, M. Ates, Effectiveness of 2-year application of school-based chlorhexidine varnish, sodium fluoride gel, and dental health education programs in high-risk adolescents. Quintessence International 2008, 39, 45-51.

[16] K. Sköld-Larsson, M.K. Borgstrom, S. Twetman, Effect of an antibacterial varnish on lactic acid production in plaque adjacent to fixed orthodontic appliances. Clinical Oral Investigations 2001, 5, 118-121.

[17] L. G. Petersson, Y. Maki, S. Twetman, S. Edwardsson, Mutans streptococci in saliva and interdental spaces after topical applications of an antibacterial varnish in schoolchildren. Oral microbiology and immunology 1991, 6(5), 284–287.

[18] P. Baca, M.J. Muñoz, M. Bravo, P. Junco, A.P. Baca, Effectiveness of chlorhexidine-thymol varnish for caries reduction in permanent first molars of 6-7-year-old children: 24-month clinical trial, Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology 2002, 30(5), 363-368.