DMG Luxacrown

Self-curing Temporary Crown & Bridge Material

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Description

LuxaCrown is very hard with a Barcol hardness of 54. In addition to excellent flexural strength, it also possesses outstanding fracture toughness which ensures long-term stability of semi-permanent restorations. Several in-vitro studies have confirmed its high mechanical strength. Standardized chewing and wear simulations of masticatory behaviour with artificial aging verified a lifespan of up to 5 years for LuxaCrown

The practical Automix system guarantees a quick, clean and productive application. Eight shade variations open up a variety of creative possibilities, even for the highest aesthetic demands.

With LuxaCrown Dentists can offer their patients a long-lasting semi-permanent solution with excellent results – and a cost-effective, attractive alternative to laboratory fabricated crowns.

LuxaCrown restorations are ideally suited for the elderly who do not want to invest in more expensive longer lasting restorations, patients with a limited budget and children requiring a space maintainer following tooth loss.

INDICATION:

Crown restorations:

For restoration of the anatomical form in order to provide durable protection for the remaining tooth
In order to restore chewing function
For esthetic corrections.
Bridge restorations:

In order to restore chewing function
For esthetic corrections.
Contraindications

Do not use the material:
On preparations with a minimum wall thickness of < 1.5 mm On tooth cores with a height of < 3 mm In cases of allergies to any of the ingredients or, as can occur in rare cases, in the event of contact allergies. ADVANTAGES: Long-term stability LuxaCrown is very hard with a Barcol hardness of 54. In addition to excellent flexural strength, the material also possesses outstanding fracture toughness. This ensures long-term stability of semi-permanent restorations. Several in-vitro studies have confirmed the high mechanical strength. Standardized chewing and wear simulations of masticatory behavior with artificial aging verified a wearing duration of up to 5 years for LuxaCrown.* Versatile Its unique indication as a semi-permanent crown and bridge material with outstanding wear allows for a wide range of indications. LuxaCrown can be used to protect the remaining tooth as well as to restore the anatomical form or the masticatory function. The material is also particularly advisable if a long-term observation of the treatment success is necessary, when bridging the gap for healing phases and in difficult restoration situations. Efficient and esthetic The practical Automix system guarantees a quick, clean and productive application. Eight shade variations open up a variety of creative possibilities, even for the highest esthetic demands. With LuxaCrown you can offer your patients a long-lasting semi-permanent solution with excellent results – and a cost-effective, attractive alternative to lab-manufactured crowns. Long-lasting restorations have never been easier. The unique LuxaCrown allows for the simple, quick and cost-effective manufacture of long-lasting crowns – directly chairside. In this way you can offer your patients an excellent and reliable alternative to lab processed crowns. The easy to produce LuxaCrown is precision-fit, cost-effective and exceptionally long-lasting with a wear duration of up to five years. Discover the new possibilities for you and your patients. Optimum durability. Excellent reliability. Semi-permanent & fast Thanks to its outstanding stability LuxaCrown is raising the bar in prosthetic restorations. Produced with ease in one session in the treatment chair, the crown offers impressive long-term reliability. In its role as a semi-permanent crown and bridge material, LuxaCrown bridges the gap between simple temporary provisionals and permanent dental prostheses with its significant requirements in terms of strength, durability and esthetics. In-vitro studies into the relevant mechanical properties such as resistance to abrasion, fracture toughness and flexural strength have demonstrated the outstanding mechanical strength of the material. Longevity has estimated by standardized chewing and wear simulation combined with artificial aging. These results suggest survival rates up to five years. (Long-term studies are currently underway.) Healthy tooth substance is preserved. Reliable stable LuxaCrown is reliably hard and resistant. The material has, in addition to its excellent flexural strength, also exceptional fracture toughness with > 2MPa*m0,5.

Optimum versatility in use.

You can use LuxaCrown in both crowns and bridges to give the remaining tooth long-term protection, to restore anatomical form, masticatory function and for esthetic corrections.
The durability of LuxaCrown makes it especially well suited for the long-term monitoring of treatment success while bridging the gap during healing stages and in difficult restorations.

Brand

DMG

FeaturesAffordable alternative to conventional crowns Dental restoration due to age Deciduous tooth restoration Dental restoration after root canal treatment Temporary implant restoration Protection against acid erosion (e.g. bulimia) and abrasion (bruxism) Fracture splinting
Directions To USE

1 . Before preparation of crowns or bridges, take an impression using alginate, silicone or a thermoplastic impression material. Alternatively, the temporary can be made using a laboratory-prepared thermoforming matrix. Strictly follow the appropriate manufacturer’s instructions. Note: In a silicone impression, undercuts should be compensated for and, if necessary, relief channels should be cut. 2. Dry the prepared teeth and compensate for any undercuts present in the preparation. 3. Lightly coat the prepared teeth, surrounding tissue and any present composite core buildups with Vaseline or a similar separating agent. Note: The convergence angle must be kept as small as possible in the preparation. Ensure an appropriate connector cross-section with splinted crowns and bridges. 4. Select the desired LuxaCrown shade. 5. Fill the impression with LuxaCrown. Start by applying the material to the occlusal surfaces and fill up working toward the gingival areas. Keep excess material to a minimum. Note: To avoid bubbles, keep the mixing tip immersed in the material throughout application. 6. After a maximum time period of 0:40 minutes from the start of mixing, place the filled impression with moderate pressure on the prepared teeth and fix. 7. Monitor the setting process intraorally (e.g. with a probe), as the curing process is influenced by the temperature in the mouth and as it is recommended to take off the restoration during the elastic phase. 8. Remove the restoration from the mouth during the elastic phase, i.e. in the time period from 1:45 to 2:20 minutes after the start of mixing. 9. Remove the oxygen inhibition layer at the surface of the restoration (e.g. with alcohol). Caution! Grinding dust can get in the eyes and airways when working on or finishing the restoration. ▸ Wear a face mask and protective goggles. ▸ Make sure that grinding dust is properly extracted – do not breathe it in. 10. About 5:00 min after the start of mixing, finish the restoration using cross-cut burs, flexible discs, etc. 11. If necessary, coat the surface of the restoration with a light-curing high-gloss glaze (e.g. Luxatemp-Glaze & Bond) or manually polish it with a rubber polisher or small goat hair brush and a suitable polishing paste 12. Thoroughly clean the preparation with water spray, dry it and thoroughly remove the separating medium. In doing so, ensure that the dentine retains a little residual moisture and does not become too dry 13. Slightly roughen the inner crown surfaces with a bur or sand blaster 14. Cement the restoration using a suitable permanent or temporary cement (e.g. PermaCem 2.0, TempoCem). Observe the manufacturer’s instructions. Note: Cements that contain eugenol may prevent the polymerization of resin-based luting cements during the definitive cementation 15. Check the occlusion and adjust accordingly.

Packaging

Click here to buy the Compatible Gun Click here to buy the Compatible Tips 1 x Automix syringe (Dispensing Gun & Tips Compatibility : 1:10) 15 x Automixing tips

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