This line emphasizes form, fit, and function. Restorations are both functional and high-quality, crafted with premium materials and meticulously hand-finished by US-based technicians. Their expertise focuses on the essentials: contacts, occlusion, margin, and shade, ensuring optimal results for patients.
Customization defines this line. Restorations blend esthetic crowns with perfect form, fit, and function. The finishing is tailored to match neighboring and opposing staining, ensuring a personalized result that suits each patient's unique needs. With meticulous attention to detail, our skilled artisans meticulously sculpt and polish each restoration, delivering exceptional craftsmanship.
This line focuses on perfection for patients like Hollywood stars or the ultra-wealthy. Typically, they opt for 6+ units, mostly veneers. Skilled technicians collaborate with the dentist to design the desired smile, adding unique customizations for a natural look: marginal ridges, cusp tips, hypo calcification, pits, and translucency.
A zirconia substructure is a great alternative to a traditional PFM, it creates a more natural beauty effect by enhancing the vitality of a layered metal-free restoration. SKDLA’s master ceramists layer porcelain specifically formulated that create the perfect PFM alternative for your patient.
eMax crowns, bridges, and veneers are designed to fit your clinical needs and provide a natural look that blends in seamlessly with existing dentition. The materials used are strong and durable, and the design process is tailored to your patients’ specific needs.
NOTES FROM YOUR TECHNICIAN: Emax is a ceramic material that offers superior strength and durability, making it an ideal choice for long-term restorations. The combination of high strength and light diffusion makes it an excellent choice for creating natural-looking, aesthetic restorations. Additionally, the translucency of emax allows us to create restorations with lifelike characteristics such as depth and texture.
The precision and accuracy of our PFM substructures are further enhanced by the utilization of advanced CAD/CAM technology. This allows us to create a precise fit that eliminates the need for metal-to-metal occlusal contacts. The result is a restoration that is both esthetically pleasing and highly durable.
NOTES FROM YOUR TECHNICIAN: On large span bridges we recommend a bisque try-in. A bisque try-in is a type of mock-up of a restoration, made of a material such as wax or plastic, that is used to check the fit, function, and esthetics of a restoration before it is permanently cemented in place. It is used to ensure that the restoration is properly sized and shaped, that it fits well into the prepared tooth, and that it is in harmony with the adjacent teeth.