IPS e.max Press Multi
A lifelike colour transition from the dentin region to the incisal areas imparts monolithic IPS e.max Press Multi restorations with a highly esthetic appearance. The IPS e.max Press Multi ingots revolutionize the press technique. They are composed of the clinically proven lithium disilicate glass-ceramic (LS2) and show a graduated level of shade and translucency similar to that of natural teeth: The chroma and opacity of the material are higher in the cervical and dentin region, and the incisal areas are suitably translucent.
High strength and stability
IPS e.max lithium disilicate crowns have been producing impressive results in the posterior region for many years due to their high strength and stability. Now, the ability to press multi-coloured, natural-looking crowns eliminates the need to follow time-consuming layering methods and can therefore be fabricated even faster. Highly effective results are achieved in a single press sequence with subsequent glazing: Press in multi-colour and glaze and finish spectacularly!
Combination of press technique and CAD/CAM technology
With the software add-on IPS e.max Digital Press Design – Press Multi*, the sprues are automatically positioned at the virtual IPS e.max Press Multi restoration. The position of the wax pattern can be individually controlled. The milled wax objects optimized for the IPS e.max Press, e.g. ProArt CAD Wax yellow, are subsequently pressed. The IPS e.max Press Multi ingots are available in one size and in the following shades: A1, A2, A3, A3.5, B1, B2, C1, C2, D2 and BL2.
User-friendly press furnaces
The intelligent, user-friendly Programat EP 3010 and EP 5010 press furnaces are fully compatible with the IPS e.max Press materials. Innovative technology has been developed and patented to process the new polychromatic IPS e.max Press Multi material**.
*The software add-on is part of the Add-on Solutions and builds on the standard software Dental Designer 2015 (from version 15.5.0) from 3Shape.
**A software update is available for the Programat EP 3000 and EP 5000 furnaces and for the EP 3010 and EP 5010 units that have already been supplied to the market.