Suprême LT Glass-ceramic Blocks

Suprême.cad is a kind of lithium disilicate glass- ceramic block which is suited for CAD/CAM applications.

Suprême.cad is packaged in sets of (5) in size 15-12-10 and packaged in sets of (4) for size 50-15-15.

Material Properties
Popular in chair-side system restorations for its outstanding aesthetics, dental lithium disilicate glass-ceramics (CAD/CAM) has lower hardness before crystallization and can be quickly milled to a crown. The final strength is greater than 300Mpa after crystallization.

This material can be utilized for high-efficiency aesthetic restorations such as: veneers, inlays, onlays, partial crowns, anterior crowns, posterior crowns etc.

This form of ceramic block is utilized in a CAD/CAM system in a crystalline state (with a lilac color appearance) which is manufactured on a CNC milling machine utilizing a grinding technique.

After milling is completed, a porcelain furnace is used to crystallize the material at a temperature of 840-850°C yielding a restoration with a bi-axial flexural strength between 300Mpa-420Mpa.

Suprême UP-CAD blocks have been divided into two categories according to their respective translucency characteristics:
  • HT - High Translucency, VA-VD 16 color system: A1/A2/A3/A3.5/B1/B2/BL1/BL2
  • LT - Low Translucency, VA-VD 16 color system: A1/A2/A3/A3.5/B1/B2/C1/C2/D2/BL1/BL2

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Suprême UP-CAD is packaged in sets of (5) in size 15-12-10 and packaged in sets of (4) for size 50-15-15.
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    Application Selection Guide

    The chart below provides a guide for application usage from an aesthetic point of view, and taking into account the ideal translucencies for such applications.


    Material type should be selected according to the following criteria:

    • The color of the final restoration
    • The color of prepared abutment
    • The shape, size and thickness of the restoration
    • The processing technique of the restoration
    • The final restoration's bonding material and color of the adhesives