Find out more about the experiences of a fellow practitioner with the VITA AMBRIA press ceramic and learn why this ceramic meets his expectations of esthetics.
Press ceramics made from lithium disilicate are a real success story and have secured a permanent place in the dental laboratory. Dental technicians love the ceramic press technique because of the variety of esthetic possibilities it offers and its clear cost-effectiveness. That's true in theory; however in practice, things don't always go as well as planned. All the time and effort put into an anterior restoration for it to look too gray in the patient's mouth. The posterior crown that appears to be too bright, although the correct shade was selected. Or the frustration of the generally rather lifeless appearance of a pressed restoration. Perhaps you have experienced these or other difficulties, too. One practitioner who no longer wanted to accept these limitations is the master dental technician Stephan Juckel (Neukirchen-Vluyn, Germany). Find out how, in VITA AMBRIA, he found a lithium disilicate press ceramic that meets his high esthetic expectations, and why he says: "I finally feel at home with the press technique."