Dentistry is currently experiencing an interesting evolution. While dentists are becoming increasingly specialised, the demand for products that can be used for all indications continues to grow. These systems and materials are part of a universal trend in dentistry—a trend that Kuraray Noritake Dental is extremely well suited to accommodate.
When it was first introduced to restorative dentistry in the early 2000s, zirconia was an opaque, unnatural-looking substance with a chalk-like whiteness. Two decades later, technological and material advances have meant that zirconia is now a highly aesthetic and durable ceramic solution for a variety of procedures. Leading the way is Kuraray Noritake Dental’s KATANA Zirconia series, which can now be integrated at every step of the restorative workflow.
Dr Magdalena Osiewicz has run her own private practice in Cracow in Poland since 2010 while also working as assistant professor at Jagiellonian University’s Department of Integrated Dentistry and as a researcher at the Academisch Centrum Tandheelkunde Amsterdam in the Netherlands. In this interview, she discusses what it takes to succeed in dentistry and why she relies on Kuraray Noritake Dental products in her dental practice.
Mit der direkten Komposittechnik können im Seitenzahnbereich heutzutage sehr belastungs- und verschleißresistente Versorgungen (incl. Höckerersatz) angefertigt werden, die in vielen Fällen in Konkurrenz zu Einlagefüllungen stehen.
Trends in dentistry are moving away from traditional crown and bridge materials such as PFM and to all ceramic and zirconia restorations. What are the best materials for which application? What trends are going to affect our practices in the coming years? With all these new materials what are the best materials and where are there applications best suited.