(1A2, 3A4, Booster, 1B2, 3B4, 1C2, 3C4, gum)
These are materials that are used to fire ceramic shoulders onto shoulder or chamfer preparations. Interaction margins can also be used in situations where a very limited layer thickness requires a dentine color with better coverage.
(221 - 240, for individual use)
These are special colored dentines that are used to apply characteristics to the incisal part of the element (mamelons, for example) and to influence the chroma of the restoration. They are ready for use and can be used unmixed.
This is a colorless, lower-melting, transparent correction material for the correction of contact points and occlusal or incisal edges, or for the improvement of the crown surface shape.
(211 Violet, 212 Dark, 213 Light, 214 Translu-violet, 215 Translu-dark,
216 Translu-light, 217 Extra Translu-light, paste opaque gum)
These are materials that can be used to create high-quality and aesthetic ceramic reconstructions of lost gingival material/gums. This may be necessary in the event of significant implants and suprastructure works, for example.
(161 Yellow, 162 Camel, 163 Ocker, 164 Red, 165 Cashmere, 166 Mocca,
167 Light Brown, 168 Chocolat, 169 Red Brown, 170 Brown, 171 White,
172 Black, 173 Grey, 174 Blue, 175 Violet Blue, 176 Violet, 177 Green,
178 Khaki, 179 Sahara, 180 Grey Dark)
The Classic Stains Kit makes it possible to achieve individualizing characteristics on the surface of a ceramic during the gloss stage. This could include placing extra emphasis on cracks or applying a final color differentiation.
This is a mass that can be used, where required, to increase the gloss level of a crown.