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3 Must-Haves in Long-Lasting Milling Tools



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    During the last few decades, dental supply manufacturers from all over the world have introduced many different types of dental raw materials. Some did well initially but eventually faded, some never saw the light of day, and some skyrocketed, specifically zirconia. Today, all things considered, zirconia is the best material for dental restorations.

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    What Is Zirconia?

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    Zirconia consists of zirconium dioxide, which has the highest mechanical strength and fracture resistance of all non-metallic materials. Besides the strength, the other main reason it is widely favored in medical devices is due to its superior surface smoothness. In addition to medical prosthetics, zirconia has been widely used across industry and markets in such products as watches, knives, jewelry, valves, gears, and pumps, to name a few.

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    Zirconia in Dentistry Today

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    Zirconia is the most recent arrival in dental materials. It only became popular when CAD/CAM was introduced in the dental laboratory process in the 2000s. Until about 2009, when gold prices soared, zirconia had only a small share of the market in dentistry. Then, as an alternative to expensive gold crowns,&nbsp;<a href="https://www.kingchzirconia.com/dental-zirconia/dental-zirconia-ceramic/">dental zirconia ceramic</a>&nbsp;became a more popular choice among restorative dentists.

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    If&nbsp;<a href="https://www.kingchzirconia.com/dental-zirconia/multilayer-zirconia/">multilayer zirconia</a>&nbsp;is the best material, then why wasn’t it used much before? It’s simple. Most mom-and-pop local dental labs could not afford to invest in high-tech, computerized, advanced CAD/CAM systems. Additionally, most of those small labs did not have the skill or knowledge to use the new technology.

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