Zirconia or zirconium is the hardest known ceramic in industry and the strongest material used in dentistry.The zirconia used in dentistry is zirconium oxide, which has been stabilized with the addition of yttrium oxide. Zirconium is a very hard white ceramic that comes in the form of solid blocks of various shapes and sizes. For processing, it requires sophisticated computer systems (CAD/CAM systems).
The Flexural strength indicates how much force is required on a single crown. High MPa value is essential for stressing-bearing restorations and determines the indications for use. The more strength a material offers, the better crowns a restoration can include. Below show Bloomzir® zirconia strength comparisions.
Bloomzir® zirconia blank can be milled as a highly translucent zirconia framework for individually crowns with Bloomzir® CeramStar® Glaze/Stain Kit available as single crowns.
The advantage of monolithic crowns by Bloomden zirconia
Bloomzir® zirconia has a really neat point in its favor because is not a translucent material, unlike porcelain crowns. What this means is that patients may like the appearance of them more than other types of dental crowns. One of the best qualities of Bloomzir® zirconia is its strength. They can last longer than other dental crowns, even double than a porcelain crown.
Take care of your zirconia crown
To take good care of your zirconia crows, brushing and flossing regularly can do the trick just fine. Using mouth-wash can help a ton too, that way you remove bacteria from teeth, tongue, cheeks and gum. Do it twice a day and your crown will look really nice. Remember to be gentle when brushing as you can end up harming yourself and your crowns.
Bloomzir® zirconia is well known for its durability, making it an ideal product to use when making dental crowns. Especially for posterior teeth that require a lot of strength for chewing and grinding food.
Popular zirconia crowns
Bloomzir® zirconia became really popular for dental purposes because it started to be supplied to dental clinics in the form of a block. Then it is milled by a computerized cutting machine into the shape of a patient's tooth.
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