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GC Initial LiSi

With Initial LiSi, GC offers a highly aesthetic feldspar veneering ceramic adapted to the light-dynamics of lithium disilicate frameworks.
With this type of frameworks gaining popularity, GC now offers a solution for highly aesthetic and durable restorations for long-term patient satisfaction.

Initial LiSi is characterised by a precisely adapted coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE), low firing temperatures and maximum stability even after multiple firings.

But Initial LiSi will mainly impress you with its excellent aesthetics on lithium disilicate frameworks, particularly in terms of their optical dynamics.

GC Initial MC

GC Initial MC has a coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE) of 13.1x10 6 K-1 (25-500C). It has been adapted to classic ceramic-metal alloys and their standardised CTE.
This feature applies to all conventional alloy types, irrespective of whether they contain silver, have a reduced gold content or are palladium-based. Even NEM and galvano crowns can be easily used for veneering with ceramic.

The first dentine firing is carried out at 890C. This low starting temperature guarantees that there is no shrinkage during the firing process, even with high gold content alloys.

The feldspath portion and the excellent light- optical properties of this ceramic releases an enormously high aesthetic potential, even if you want to work with standard layering techniques for ease and quickness.

The very highest aesthetic demands can be met very economically and with a significantly low outlay.

Naturally, these properties are also important for the proven sintering technique.
The typical strength of this feldspath ceramic and its good etchability make GC Initial MC especially well suited for sintering on refractory dies (GC Cosmotech Vest).

Delicate ceramic restorations require a particular stability if they are to last. The excellent material properties of the GC ceramic line enable you to achieve perfect results with natural-looking aesthetics - always.

Full-ceramic work that has been pre-coated with GC Initial MC metal- ceramic can be completed with the low-fusing system component GC Initial LF. It's no problem, and the colour is always consistent.

All the benefits at a glance

GC Initial MC
Universal shade and layering system
Feldspath ceramic
Natural aesthetics
Specially matched coefficients of thermal expansion
Optimum leucite crystal distribution
Firing temperature < 900 C
Easy to polish
Excellent physical and optical properties
Extremely low shrinkage
Also suited for sintering technology

 

GC Initial PC GC Initial PC is ideal for the fabrication of veneers, inlays and onlays using the pressing technique. Natural opacity, Optimally cross-matched coefficient of thermal expansion, Firing temperature of 950 C, Suitable for staining or layering, Identical shade system for layering, High fracture and thermal stability, Easy processing and robust stability, Combines with GC Initial LF for a complete full-ceramic system.
GC Initial Zr

Highly stable zirconium oxide frameworks are enjoying increased popularity, not least because they allow the fabrication of delicate substructures.

This, in turn, highlights an added aesthetic potential that you can consistenly utilise to your benefit when you use GC Initial Zr- FS.

The excellent wettability of GC Initial Zr-FS ceramic guarantees a perfect bond with the different zirconium oxide frameworks. After firing, the sensitive margins fit extremely snugly on the coping, even when thicker layers are used.

Thanks to the exactly cross-matched coefficients of thermal expansion (CTE) of 9.4x106 K-1 (25C-500 C), long cooling times can be dispensed with when you use this ceramic.
This not only saves you precious time, but the exactly cross-matched coefficients of thermal expansion reliably protect your work from stress cracks and fracturing.

All the benefits at a glance

GC Initial Zr-FS
Comprehensive shade and layering system
Exactly cross-matched coefficients of thermal expansion
No long cooling times
Superior aesthetics on high tensile strength zirconium frameworks
Very good wettability
Best adhesion
Natural-looking aesthetics
High biocompatibility
Conventional fixation in the patient's mouth

Noritake Cerabien Cerabien is specially-developed porcelain to make all ceramic crowns(bridges), using Alumina frameworks. It does not cause any allergies and has an advantage not to show black lines at all in the cervical area. In addition, used together with margin porcelain, it will control the reflections by Alumina framework in the cervical area and produce more natural-looking restorations.
Noritake Cerabien CZR CZR (Cerabien ZR) is a new porcelain specifically developed for making all ceramic crowns in use with zirconia frameworks. Single crowns made from CZR with zirconia can be used in the posterior as well as anterior due to its extremely high flexural strength. The combination of CZR and zirconia will give you enhanced esthetics and fit with maximum strength for an overall superior restoration.
Noritake CZR FC

The addition of a new paste-type FC Paste Stain (a surface stain) to the Cerabien ZR line allows the easy characterisation of full-zirconia restorations. FC Paste Stain is available in a total of 27 shades, for the production of a wide variety of shades

Noritake EX-3

NORITAKE SUPER PORCELAIN EX- 3 is superior to other dental porcelains because its coefficient of thermal expansion (CTE); remains stable during repeated bakings. Therefore, when making a long span bridge, each unit may be precisely customized with repeated baking of the entire span with minimal risk of cracking.

Noritake Ti-22 NORITAKE SUPER PORCELAIN Ti-22 is for fusing to pure titanium. It has excellent bonding strength because of its Bonding Porcelain that was specially developed for that purpose. It has excellent acid resistance so it is very chemically stable in the mouth. Bright vivid colors are easy to achieve. It does not have the greyish tinge that is common in low fusing porcelains.
Vita Akzent A surface stain/colouring system for all types of porcelains which replaces chrome "L and Delta. Conventional oxides used in stains are quite dead looking. In the Akzent stains Vita have managed to reduce the amount of oxide needed to give the same effect. This has been achieved by enveloping the oxide particles in a fluorescent glass.
Vita VM13 Vita VM13 was designed as a feldspar veneering ceramic for metal substructures made of conventional alloys in the CTE range of 13.8 - 15.2. The CTE and the firing temperature of Vita VM13 are optimally matched to high gold content, reduced gold content and palladium based or precious metal-free alloys. With these firing temperatures distortion of the alloy can be virtually ruled out. Vita VM13 is a ceramic, which terms of structure features a considerably more homogeneous distribution of the crystalline and glass phase than traditional ceramics. This type of structure is described as a "fine structure". In addition to improved physical properties, the fine structure of Vita VM13 offers the dental technician and the patient a whole set of advantages. Since Vita VM13 demonstrates excellent grinding and polishing characteristics after firing, it is possible to achieve very smooth surfaces.
Vita VM13 - 3D-Master Vita VM13 was designed as a feldspar veneering ceramic for metal substructures made of conventional alloys in the CTE range of 13.8 - 15.2. The CTE and the firing temperature of Vita VM13 are optimally matched to high gold content, reduced gold content and palladium based or precious metal-free alloys. With these firing temperatures distortion of the alloy can be virtually ruled out. Vita VM13 is a ceramic, which terms of structure features a considerably more homogeneous distribution of the crystalline and glass phase than traditional ceramics. This type of structure is described as a "fine structure". In addition to improved physical properties, the fine structure of Vita VM13 offers the dental technician and the patient a whole set of advantages. Since Vita VM13 demonstrates excellent grinding and polishing characteristics after firing, it is possible to achieve very smooth surfaces.
Vita VM15 Vita VM15 was developed as a special, low-melting ceramic for veneering high expansion alloys in the CTE range of 16.0 - 17.3. Using a modified manufacturing process, a new type of ceramic was created. Unlike conventional ceramics, the structure of this ceramic exhibits particularly homogeneous distribution of the crystal and glass phases after firing - the so-called fine-structure, which is the basis of the outstanding material characteristics of Vita VM15. Just like for all Vita VM materials, the layering concept of Vita VM15 is based on natural teeth and therefore, differs clearly from all known layering concepts. The colour-bearing Base Dentine is the main component and hence the decisive material for the reproduction of the tooth shade.
Vita VM15 - 3D-Master Vita VM15 was developed as a special, low-melting ceramic for veneering high expansion alloys in the CTE range of 16.0 - 17.3. Using a modified manufacturing process, a new type of ceramic was created. Unlike conventional ceramics, the structure of this ceramic exhibits particularly homogeneous distribution of the crystal and glass phases after firing - the so-called fine-structure, which is the basis of the outstanding material characteristics of Vita VM15. Just like for all Vita VM materials, the layering concept of Vita VM15 is based on natural teeth and therefore, differs clearly from all known layering concepts. The colour-bearing Base Dentine is the main component and hence the decisive material for the reproduction of the tooth shade.
Vita VM7 - 3D-Master Vita VM7 was developed as a special, low-fusing veneering ceramic for all-ceramic aluminum oxide substructures in the CTE range of approx. 7.2 - 7.9 (eg Vita In-Ceram ALUMINA, SPINELL, ZIRCONIA, AL). Like all Vita VM porcelains, Vita VM7 is also characterized by its enamel-like light refraction and reflection properties. The use of additional fluorescent and opalescent porcelains enables highly individual restorations with a high standard of esthetics to be achieved. The benefits of a fine- structure ceramic for dental technicians are found in excellent stability during modeling as well as in a highly homogeneous surface after firing. This contributes to enhanced processing characteristics, eg when grinding the restoration. The firing stability of the ceramic is still excellent even after several firing processes. The fine-structure ceramic offers patients additional comfort of wearing. The veneer feels softer in situ - comparable to the enamel of natural teeth. The homogeneous surface of the veneers ensures pleasant tongue contact and supports the patient in the hygiene of his high- quality restoration.
Vita VM9 Vita VM9 has been designed as a special ceramic featuring a fine structure for partially yttrium-stabilized Zr02 substructures with a CTE of approx. 10.5 The material is also perfectly suited for individualizing VITABLOCS and for individualizing Vita PM9 restorations. Like all Vita VM materials, Vita VM9 excels in its refraction and reflection behavior which is similar to that of enamel. Accordingly, the Base Dentine and Transpa Dentine porcelains which have been perfectly matched within the Vita System 3D-Master allow the production of restorations with a highly natural appearance. The use of fluorescent and opalescent additional materials results in individual and aesthetically appealing results. A modified manufacturing process helped to create a new type of ceramic. Compared to conventional ceramics, the structure that is obtained after firing reveals a particularly homogeneous distribution of the crystal and glass phase. This structure is defined as fine structure. The fine structure provides a number of benefits for dental technicians, dentists and patients alike. Thanks to the homogeneous sealed surface, Vita VM9 offers excellent grinding and polishing properties in situ to ensure smooth and perfectly sealed surfaces.
Vita VM9 - 3D-Master Vita VM9 has been designed as a special ceramic featuring a fine structure for partially yttrium-stabilized Zr02 substructures with a CTE of approx. 10.5 The material is also perfectly suited for individualizing VITABLOCS and for individualizing Vita PM9 restorations. Like all Vita VM materials, Vita VM9 excels in its refraction and reflection behavior which is similar to that of enamel. Accordingly, the Base Dentine and Transpa Dentine porcelains which have been perfectly matched within the Vita System 3D-Master allow the production of restorations with a highly natural appearance. The use of fluorescent and opalescent additional materials results in individual and aesthetically appealing results. A modified manufacturing process helped to create a new type of ceramic. Compared to conventional ceramics, the structure that is obtained after firing reveals a particularly homogeneous distribution of the crystal and glass phase. This structure is defined as fine structure. The fine structure provides a number of benefits for dental technicians, dentists and patients alike. Thanks to the homogeneous sealed surface, Vita VM9 offers excellent grinding and polishing properties in situ to ensure smooth and perfectly sealed surfaces.
Vita VMK Master Vita VMK Master is a feldspar veneering ceramic for metal substructures in the conventional CTE range made of high gold content, reduced gold content and palladium-based alloys. The ceramic is particularly suitable for veneering non-precious metal substructures thanks to its firing temperature and chemical-physical properties.
Vita VMK Master - 3D-Master Vita VMK Master is a feldspar veneering ceramic for metal substructures in the conventional CTE range made of high gold content, reduced gold content and palladium-based alloys. The ceramic is particularly suitable for veneering non-precious metal substructures thanks to its firing temperature and chemical-physical properties.