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Perfect cast surfaces due to microfine investment layers for crowns and bridges and CoCr work.

In the field of crowns and bridges, Microceramic is especially suitable for non-precious alloys since very cast surfaces are obtained. The Microceramic is adapted to the expansion of the investment material. The difference after sandblasting with glass beads can be clearly recognized: The entire oxide layer can be easily removed so that less working time is required. An extended processing time span allows precise application of the Microceramic. Microscopically fine ceramic particles ensure perfect reproduction of very fine details of wax models.

Devesting is simplified since there is no bonding between the investment material and Microceramic. Microceramic avoids extreme formation of oxide on non-precious metal alloys. Cast objects are only sandblasted with 50 micron glass beads to obtain almost perfect high luster. Consequently, time for further processing is saved.


125 ml #55000012 $33.90
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3 brush size A + 1 brush holder #33001146 $29.35
3 brush size B + 1 brush holder #33001147 $29.35
3 brush size C + 1 brush holder #33001148 $29.35
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Practical Tip:
Microceramic is used for non-precious metal alloys in the field of crowns and bridges as well as for Chrome-Cobalt frameworks to reduce the oxide layer and to obtain a fine metal surface. Loosen the Microceramic by slightly pressing the bottle and then shaking it vigorously until a uniform consistency is obtained and the ball moves in the bottle. If required, dilute with distilled water to obtain a creamy consistency. Use a brush to apply a thin layer of Microceramic onto the wax pattern; ensure that the pattern is completely covered with Microceramic. It is important to avoid the formation of puddles on occlusal surfaces and in the area of the palate. Invest immediately after the Microceramic material has been applied. After casting, devest the object as usual. Sandblast the Microceramic and adhering oxides using fine or medium coarse abrasive material (110 mµ). Any material for polish blasting can be used for crowns and bridges.