The inLab software positions your zirconium oxide restorations optimally in the material block – for efficient use of blocks, attractive unit prices and the best possible machine utilization, e.g. by milling or grinding overnight.
Wet grinding of sintered NPM blocks
“inLab goes metal.” With the inLab MC XL and the new inCoris CC sintered metal blocks you can handle a complete spectrum of metal and ceramic materials. The unique wet grinding function rules out any health risks.
By Sirona has remained the preferred CAD/CAM technology of dentists worldwide for the fabrication of all-ceramic dental restorations in a single treatment appointment. CEREC is proven by hundreds of clinical studies and is offered by thousands of dentists to millions of patients around the world each year. It also has the broadest restorative range of any dental CAD/CAM system on the market. Proven performance, unrivalled success, and unequalled capabilities have made CEREC the number one dental CAD/CAM choice for over 30 years.
CEREC now provides a completely new process to dental practices: by combining the new CEREC SpeedFire furnace and CEREC Zirconia material, dentists can now deliver full contour crowns and small bridges made of the full-strength high-quality zirconium oxide in their own practice while the patient waits.
The inEos X5 can be used to scan impressions and models of all or part of the jaw manually or automatically. The new operating concept increases flexibility for the dental technician so that the scanning process can be optimally integrated into the workflow of the laboratory. While the manual scanning mode saves time for simpler operations, the fully automatic scanning mode has its benefits especially with regard to extensive operations
Sirona offers your lab greater freedom in terms of indications, materials and for processing third-party CAD/CAM data. The open 5-axis milling and grinding machine inLab MC X5 is designed specifically to meet dental lab requirements for cost-efficient production today and in the future.
Because the XIOS Scan imaging plates were developed specifically for the Sirona scanner, they offer particularly high image quality. For better identification and visibility in the mouth, the plates have a white, inactive back and a blue, active side.