IPS e.max is a leading alternative to metal-based restorations. When aesthetics cannot be compromised, e.max is a logical choice. Composed of Lithium Disilicate, e.max offers superior aesthetics, versitility and clinically-proven performance for your crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays.
Known for our advanced skills in crafting ceramic restorations, our highly-trained and experienced technicians apply that expertise to each of your IPS e.max restorations. IPS e.max restorations can be layered for maximum aesthetics or monolithic to maximize strength.
You’ll be receiving the maximum 400 MPa of flexural strength (“milled” IPS e.max is 360 MPa) from your IPS e.max restorations from Nash Dental Lab as we pneumatically “press” our restorations. It costs a little more for us to use the "press technique", but it is worth it to provide you with the strongest restorations with the best marginal adaptation.
IPS e.max can be prescribed as a monolithic restoration with no layered ceramic to chip or break. Failure of unsupported layering ceramic is a reason some multilayered crowns, including Porcelain Fused to Metal restorations, fail. Moreover, these restorations are kind to adjacent and opposing teeth, having similar wear characteristics as enamel. IPS e.max is also flat-priced without the price fluctuation of noble and high-noble alloy, making it a great alternative to PFM.