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Ivoclar Vivadent operates in three product areas. In these three areas we offer dentists and dental technicians products and product systems that support them across the entire treatment and fabrication process and enable them to achieve esthetic results.

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Dentist Blog

  • 2018-09-13

    Although many CAD/CAM milling machines perform well, they are usually not easy to operate. Cleaning the milling machine and changing the tools and materials are typical tasks that increase the workload of dental technicians. In other words, a great deal of sweat is often required to achieve good results.  However, this is not what we mean by efficiency, or user friendliness. Fortunately, alternatives are now available. Find out more!

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  • 2018-08-30

    In case of complex restorations in the anterior region, a precise and targeted therapy represents the preferred treatment option in order to achieve predictable and reproducible results. Learn how a French dental team managed to solve a challenging patient case using translucent zirconium oxide. A clinical case from Dr Stefen Koubi and Gérald Ubassy, France

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  • 2018-08-16

    The importance of digital processes in dental lab technology is growing. Comprehensive CAD/CAM solutions have become available for almost any indication. Only complete denture prosthetics remained virtually untouched by these developments for a long time. Recently, however, a few individual manufacturers have started to show an interest in offering digital solutions for this indication. Read this interview to find out first-hand about the experiences that Sonja Ganz, Master Dental Technician in Germany, has had with digital processes in manufacturing complete dentures. Interview with Sonja Ganz, MDT (Germany) about Digital Denture from Ivoclar Vivadent

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  • 2018-09-25

    Artificial enamel cracks are hardly the stuff that makes a patient’s heart leap with joy. It does not take a dentist to realize that.  However, if a damaged anterior tooth shows an existing crack, you as the treating dentist can respond in one of two ways:

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  • 2018-09-18

    You have most probably come across the term “facture toughness” in your work. But what exactly does it mean? Fracture toughness is a key property of dental materials which is often underestimated by dental professionals. If you expect the materials you use – for example zirconium oxide – to produce long-lasting results, you should always keep this property in mind.

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  • 2018-09-11

    Surely you have already come across the term ‘flexural strength’. What exactly do we mean by ‘flexural strength’? Why is flexural strength important? Which values are considered good? Find out some of the most important things you should know about this topic.

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