Metal Chroma Ingots | Aesthetic-Press.com

By: Aesthetic-press  09-12-2011
Keywords: Veneers

  • FEATURE

    The Aesthetic-PressTM chroma ingots are designed for anterior restorations and are available in the 4 main color categories +1 Bleach Shade.

For the press & layering technique. The following colors are available for the press & layering technique:

  • Aesthetic-PressTM A
  • Aesthetic-PressTM B
  • Aesthetic-PressTM C
  • Aesthetic-PressTM D
  • Aesthetic-PressTM High-Chroma Bleach

After transferring the wax up to a full contour body press, a precise cut back defines the dentin core. There are 6 enamel and transpa powders available to complete the restoration to its desired form and shape.

The economic assortment ensures an easy handling of the materials and offers an efficient solution for the technician.

The Aesthetic-PressTM Ingots can be used to press onto metal, inlay/onlays and veneers.

Keywords: Veneers

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