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DC™ 9.2 Veneering ceramic for lithium disilicate and zirconium oxide

The chemical composition of the innovative veneering ceramic DC™ 9.2 for lithium disilicate and zirconium oxide materials sets new standards in the field of dental ceramics. The microstructure remains almost unchanged during firing cycles, thereby preventing uncontrollable dimensional changes. Opalescent additives introduced into the basic components give the ceramic a remarkable luminosity with adequate translucency.

Developed according to the latest technical knowledge of veneering ceramics for zirconium oxide and lithium disilicate!

  • natural aesthetics

  • logical in structure, secure in processing

  • complete for all areas of application

  • Stable CTE even after multiple firingsn

All materials of the DC™ 9.2 are perfectly matched in terms of fluorescence and opalescence and give the ceramic the visual interaction that we know from natural teeth. Each individual ceramic material has a different effect depending on the area of application or color and develops the complex play of light between the dentin and the incisal part - even without special layering techniques. The composition of the grain size of the layering ceramic DC™ 9.2 has been optimized so that there is only minimal shrinkage after firing. Their high level of stability during modeling and stability during firing reduce the grinding work to a minimum. Whether modifiers in the dentin area or special materials in the incisal area, every effect of the individualization is retained precisely in the finished object. Before coloring, all basic components of the ceramic show the fluorescence and opalescence that match the natural tooth. Additives and the associated diffusion of light increase the brightness of the ceramic with adequate translucency. The dreaded "greying" or "glazing" of zirconium ceramics is avoided thanks to this base material.

Technical specifications DC™ 9.2 layering ceramic:

  • WAK (25 - 500°C): 9,2 - 9,4 x 10 -6 x K-1

  • Flexural strength > 100 MPa

  • Chem. Solubility < 30 μg x cm-2

  • Transformation temperature 500°C