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I need help translating this, I understand most of it, but since I'm plainning to send this information to the Doctors, I would like to send to them a 100% accurate translation, So that's why I came here to ask for help.
I owe a Dental Laboratory, well here is following stuff to translate:
IPS e.max Press
Lithium disilicate glass-ceramic ingots for the press technique
The innovative IPS e.max Press lithium disilicate glass-ceramic (LS2) offers excellent fit, form and function combined with high strength of 400 MPa. The material is supplied in four levels of translucency and two sizes for maximum flexibility. The resulting restorations exhibit lifelike esthetics, independent of the shade of the preparations.
IPS e.max Press is used to produce single-tooth restorations, bridges in the anterior and premolar region and implant superstructures. Minimally invasive inlays and onlays (1 mm) and thin veneers (0.3 mm) round off the indication range.
The two investment materials IPS PressVEST and IPS PressVEST Speed are available for processing IPS e.max Press.
A wide selection of ingots is offered from which you can choose the one that suits your preferred processing technique (staining, cut-back or layering technique) and the case at hand (e.g. discoloured preparation). The restorations are characterized or veneered with matching staining materials or layering ceramic from the IPS e.max Ceram assortment. The press material for the fabrication of full-contour restorations is available in 16 A-D and four Bleach BL shades. The materials for the layering technique are supplied in group shades.
These new highly translucent (HT) ingots are suitable for the fabrication of minimally invasive full-contour restorations, such as inlays, onlays and veneers. The restorations are efficiently customized with staining materials. LT ingots
These ingots showing low translucency (LT) are used to fabricate full-contour partial and full crowns. In the anterior region in particular, the esthetic appearance of the restorations is maximized by employing the cut-back technique
These ingots of medium opacity (MO) are used to fabricate substructures for vital or lightly discoloured teeth. They create an ideal basis for lifelike restorations completed with the layering technique.
In cases where the prepared tooth structure is discoloured or titanium abutments are used, the HO ingots mask the dark background to achieve highly esthetic results
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