Kiss Duceragold Low-Fusing Porcelain System has been engineered to provide exceptional shade matching, thermal stability, and aesthetic properties.
Because of its unique composition and low-fusing temperatures, Kiss Duceragold porcelain is kinder to opposing dentition than conventional high-fusing porcelain systems.
Kiss Duceragold porcelain polishes easily so dentists can adjust and polish chair-side without having to return the restoration to the laboratory for re-glazing.
This advanced porcelain is designed specifically to be fired on a selection of low-fusing Type IV alloys. Duceragold® porcelain is a hydrothermal formulation, providing high oral acid resistance and a self-healing protective layer.
The original hydrothermal formulation, Duceragold® porcelain assures abrasion virtually equal to natural dentition. Shades are keyed to the Vita® Lumin Shade Guide and are available in sets designed around precise requirements.
Cercon Zirconia is an innovative system for aesthetic metal-free crowns and bridges. The reliability of Cercon Zirconia restorations is backed by more then nine years of proven clinical success.
The system is used to fabricate anterior or posterior single units or multi-unit bridge restorations out of translucent, biocompatible Zirconia, the strongest and toughest dental ceramic.
Cercon Zirconia restorations can be placed with conventional cementation or adhesive bonding techniques. Over 225 Cercon Laboratories in North America offer Cercon Zirconia restorations and over 3 million units have been placed worldwide since its introduction in May of 2002.
Falcon Dental Laboratory is one of the elite who uses it exclusively.
ArgenZ™ Esthetic zirconia discs offer high translucency and 100% stain absorption for beautiful esthetics. They are made in the USA, isostatically pressed and FDA 510K cleared.
At one time, Zirconium Oxide was too difficult and costly to work with because of its exceptional hardness.
That's now changed.
A research project carried out by the renowned Zurich Federal Institute of Technology found that Zirconium Oxide was actually pliable in certain stages.
That was when the material became economical in dental technology.
And yet it retained that eventual hardness, something highly desirable to a dental technician. Mark began using it the moment he could.
Falcon dental laboratory creates a mold of the teeth that need to be restored, then scanned with our 3shape scanner to the exact specifications provided by the dentist. After scanning is completed a computer aided milling unit creates the Crown or Bridge from a solid Zirconium Oxide blank.
A ceramic veneer, color matched to the individual tooth, can be added, is then applied to the milled Zirconium Oxide unit. This achieves a highly desirable strength and natural looking appearance to the resulting product.
We also accept Intraoral scans from your office.
The ArgenZ™ Esthetic zirconia is safe and operates flawlessly. Mark at Falcon Dental has a single source for his Zirconium Oxide – Argen Canada
If you would like to learn more about the fascinating steps involved in creating a dental restoration from ArgenZ™ Esthetic zirconia ceramics, please contact Falcon Dental Laboratory.
Mark Mumme, R.D.T. is also a highly regarded instructor in the use of all modern systems used in the dental trade and at Falcon Dental Laboratory.
Kind to Body and Teeth in Every Way
Zirconium Oxide has been used in medical applications for nearly 20 years. As a result of long-term observations, the material may also now be safely recommended for the sensitive oral cavity.
No more tooth pain with hot or cold food and drinks.
Other important properties of a zirconium restoration are very positive for the wearer.
The surfaces of the veneering porcelain Cercon ensure reduced plaque adhesion and thus support good oral hygiene.
What’s more, the all-ceramic restoration will have an excellent insulating effect and you won’t have to worry about any unpleasant sensations with hot or cold meals and drinks.
ArgenZ™ Esthetic zirconia may also enable more gentle treatment with less tooth preparation, thanks to the excellent hardness and qualities of zirconium oxide, the dentist may be able to preserve more healthy tooth substance – depending on the individual initial situation.
Heat shields in the Space Shuttle, brake disks in Porsches or artificial hip joints in medicine.
It withstands even the extreme stresses in the molar region. This was demonstrated in an impressive study done by the research group headed by Professor Peter Schärer of the Zurich University Dental Clinic and Professor Ludwig Gauckler of the renowned Zurich Federal Institute of Technology.
Now, for the first time, you can offer your patients Zircon Oxide all-ceramic crowns and bridges of up to four units, or bridges with an anatomical length of up to 38mm for the incisale and / or molar region.
These come with the reassurance that you would expect from Argen Canada and Falcon Dental Laboratory.
All Advantages at Once: The Benefit to The Patients
The most convincing argument for your patient is without doubt the natural looking aesthetics achievable with ArgenZ™ Esthetic zirconia
This is attributable to the high stability of the Zircon Oxide framework (for Bridges of up to four units) and its white colour.
What’s more, the ability to delicately contour the high-strength material that gives you the advantage of being able to retain a greater amount of healthy tooth substance than other all-porcelain treatments.
Slender bridge connections, guarantee optimum shaping of inter-dental spaces to benefit periodontal hygiene.
ArgenZ™ Esthetic zirconia is the No. 1 choice from other health perspectives too. Zircon oxide is totally biocompatible, and with the bonding porcelain Cercon ceram S matched to the framework material ArgenZ™ Esthetic zirconia base, you get a surface quality which provides the best conditions for good oral hygiene.
Service is very important at Falcon Dental Laboratory. Cases are always double checked before packing, and pick-up and delivery is always on time, even world wide.
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