Made of solid zirconia with no porcelain overlay. Has a better overall appearance and fit. compared with other solid zirconia crowns on the market due to use of shaded zirconia and precise Ultrasonic 10 milling machines. 

preparation requirements

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cementation requirements

No etching or bonding. Use a self adhesive resin cement or resin-modified glass ionomer cement.

tech specs

what to send recigno

  • Upper and lower impressions
  • Bite registration (bite registration for bridges should cover pontic and 2 adjacent teeth on either side).
  • Shade choice
  • Prep (stamp) shade for veneers

shade guide

  • We recommend the Vita shade guide

ideal preparation

  • 1mm chamfer margin
  • 1.5mm axial wall reduction
  • 2mm incisal/occlusal reduction required
  • No knife-edge margins
  • As with any all-ceramic, no sharp or right angles

recommended cements

Biocrown can be cemented using conventional PFM techniques. We recommend:

  • Rely X Unicem from 3M ESPE (www.3MESPE.com)
  • Panavia 21 from J. Morita (www.jmoritausa.com)

insertion

  • Avoid internal adjustment of Biocrown Crowns
  • When adjustments are necessary, adjust prepped tooth
  • Use a diamond with water for ceramic adjustments of veneer porcelain
  • Avoid carbide use