ALL CERAMIC RESTORATION

Full monolithic Zirconia (FMZir)

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Zirconia is becoming one of the most popular choices among dentists nowadays. It is a strong and extremely long-lasting material. This material does not only look like a real tooth, but also can reflect light in the same way. At BDL, the zirconia structure is designed with 3D scans or impression.

Porcelain-fused-to-zirconia (PFZ)

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PFZ crown or bridge is designed and milled using computer aided design and manufacturing technology. Unlike metal-based crown, it allows more light to pass through, which makes them more suitable to be used on anterior teeth. It is the best combination of aesthetics and strength.

IPS E. Max lithium disilicate

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Emax is one of the most life-like materials to use for crown or veneer restorations. Porcelain can also be layered on the crown, which creates incredible translucency. The E. Max system is mainly indicated for the fabrication of crowns and veneers in the anterior region.

METAL RESTORATION

Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM)

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PFM crown or bridge has a metal base which is bonded to a porcelain veneer. Therefore, it provides great strength and stability. It is an ideal choice for restoring posterior teeth and recommended for patients who grind or clench their teeth. At BDL, we provide a range of semi-precious and non-precious metal alloys as a base.

IMPLANT

Cement-retained restorations are a more traditional method of full dental replacement where a crown or a bridge is attached to an implant-retained abutment.

PFM

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FMZir

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PFZ

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Screw-retained restorations are screwed onto a screw-retained abutment that is positioned on the implant, or directly on the implant.

PFM

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FMZir

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PFZ

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COBALT CHROME PARTIAL DENTURE FRAMEWORK

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Cobalt chrome is the most popular type of material and has achieved a high level of success for RPDs. It offers great strength and durability. Given its strength, cobalt chrome framework is also an ideal solution for patients who experience problems with cracking acrylic dentures.

OCCLUSAL SPLINT

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Occlusal splints are used for many dental treatments, such as bruxism, protecting a patient’s dentition or preserving a new dental restoration or after orthodontic work. Also, they protect the teeth by preventing the patient from wearing their teeth down during sleep through grinding and clenching.