Ceramics flexural strength is increased by 30 percent

Aug. 1, 1996
Crystal and Gold are superior to conventional ceramics. An ultra-smooth crystal surface is gentle on opposing dentition and chairside-polishable. The Crystal can be used with gold or by itself for all-crystal crowns, laminates or inlay-onlays. Flexural strength is increased by 30 percent. Crystal offers a fascinating opalescence with the highest degree of glaze over a multi-indicative gold with the absence of galvanic action. Creativity of Ceramics` master craftsman is the only limit.

Crystal and Gold are superior to conventional ceramics. An ultra-smooth crystal surface is gentle on opposing dentition and chairside-polishable. The Crystal can be used with gold or by itself for all-crystal crowns, laminates or inlay-onlays. Flexural strength is increased by 30 percent. Crystal offers a fascinating opalescence with the highest degree of glaze over a multi-indicative gold with the absence of galvanic action. Creativity of Ceramics` master craftsman is the only limit.

For more information and fees, call Ceramics, Inc. at 800-798-3251 or circle the number below.

CERAMICS, INC.

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