SR Phonares tooth lines

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Aesthetics re-defined


Schaan, Liechtenstein - 23 March 2009

When it comes to creating aesthetic dentures, there is no way around using the new Phonares denture teeth from Ivoclar Vivadent. With the SR Phonares NHC anterior tooth line and the two posterior tooth lines SR Phonares Typ NHC and SR Phonares Lingual NHC, which are based on sophisticated concepts, the company intends to set new standards in the field of denture prosthetics.

The future is Phonares: Ivoclar Vivadent is pleased to present its new nano-hybrid composite (NHC)-based tooth lines, which outshine all existing denture teeth as far as aesthetics are concerned. The new tooth moulds are characterized by a unique surface texture which enhances the life-like appearance of the teeth. Another special feature of these spectacular, aesthetic tooth moulds are their perfectly adjusted proximal surfaces which ensure an optimum level of  “white aesthetics” due to the special “Set & Fit” design. The harmonious proportions of translucency, opalescence and fluorescence make these teeth particularly attractive.

Aesthetic anterior teeth for everybody
The SR Phonares anterior tooth line is based on a design that takes age- and type-related characteristics into account. The dentist may choose between youthful, universal and mature as well as between soft and bold tooth moulds. The SR Phonares anterior tooth line comprises 18 maxillary moulds and 4 mandibular moulds in an elaborate 4-layer design. They are available in a wide variety of shades encompassing 16 A-D and 4 Bleach shades. The posterior tooth lines are also available in these shades.

Functional posterior tooth design
Two different designs – SR Phonares Typ NHC and SR Phonares Lingual NHC – allow two different set-up methods to be used. While the SR Phonares Typ NHC are truly universal moulds that can be utilized in partial, complete and hybrid denture prosthetics, the SR Phonares Lingual NHC line is particularly suitable for use in the fabrication of implant-supported, removable dentures. Both posterior tooth lines are offered in three different sets each for the upper and lower jaw. The Phonares tooth lines will be available as from July 2009 in selected countries.