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What is Zirconia?
Sometimes called "white steel," zirconia is
a ceramic material used in cosmetic
dentistry to create whiter, brighter, more
translucent crowns and bridges. Zirconia is
100% biocompatible and is the preferred
material for numerous medical applications
including strong long-lasting artificial hip
joints.

Ask Your Dentist
About Crystal Zirconia
Dental Restorations

Made in the USA
Proven Quality
Guaranteed
Affordable
Safer

Crowns and bridges based on Crystal
Zirconia are the strongest and most
aesthetically translucent restorations
available in dentistry today. Up to five
times stronger than all-porcelain
restorations, nothing looks more like
natural teeth.

www.CrystaIZirconia.com

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a bright and natural smile

The brightest most
natural smile and
underlying strength
that lasts a lifetime!

Make Your Smile a Crystal Smile
The #1 choice for cosmetic dentistry!
Why is Translucency Important?
In the past, most crowns and bridges have
been Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal (PFM) .
These restorations, built on a dark metal
alloy base, tend to look opaque and
monochromatic, with a dark grayness at
the gum line. All-ceramic Crystal Zirconia
restorations match the appearance and
translucency of natural teeth.
What Does "Biocompatible" Mean?
Because zirconia is 100% biocompatible
and the body does not react negatively to
it, zirconia is the preferred modern material
for a variety of medical applications. Unlike
amalgams and metal alloys used in
dentistry in the past, the body accepts
zirconia as a natural material, so you don't
have to worry about allergies or adverse
reactions.
Is Crystal Really Stronger than Steel?
In lab tests, Crystal Zirconia crowns and
bridges were TWICE as strong as
Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal restorations,
and up to FIVE times stronger than other
all-ceramic restorations used in dentistry.
There simply is NO dental material
stronger than Crystal Zirconia.

Smile Implant Center
100 Bayview Circle, South Tower
6th Floor, Sutie 600
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Ph: (949) 732-1992
Fax: (949) 335-4592

Backed by a Lifetime Warranty
Crystal is the FIRST and ONLY dental
materials manufacturer to offer a Lifetime
Warranty* on our restorations. Made by
certified labs using precision CAD/CAM
imaging and milling, the underlying
structures are guaranteed to fit perfectly
and not to break under normal wear and
tear. *The lifetime warranty does not cover
against chips in the porcelain veneer.

Made in the USA ~
Crystal Zirconia is manufactured in the
USA, made from FDA-Registered Yttrium
Zirconia. A quality-control IDENTceram
certificate is included with your restoration
for your dental chart which documents the
authenticity and composition of the ceramic
materials used in your dental restorations.

Crystal Zirconia - Beauty, strength and
biocompatibility all in one restoration.


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