IPS e.max®

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IPS e.max®

With over 100 million restorations, IPS e.max boasts an impressive 97% survival rate, while longitudinal evidence supports its remarkable flexural strength of 500 MPa. At Tanaka Dental Lab, we trust IPS e.max to deliver both strength and stunning results for your patients.

IPS e.max excels in providing exceptional esthetics and precise marginal accuracy in both pressed and CAD/CAM milled applications, maintaining a flexural strength of 500 MPa. Its wear rates and natural esthetics outshine any other monolithic restoration, and the material exhibits tooth-like fluorescence, opalescence, and enamel-like translucency. The unique lithium disilicate framework is suitable for single anterior or posterior crowns and is strong enough for anterior 3-unit bridges, which includes premolars. IPS e.max restorations can be cemented with low-expanding resin-modified glass ionomer cements or bonded with resin cements.

Tanaka Dental Lab proudly offers IPS e.max restorations in both monolithic and layered options, ensuring the perfect fit for your patients’ specific needs.

Key Features

IPS e.max boasts a robust flexural strength of 500 MPa.
Perfect for cosmetic cases, e.max displays a natural translucency akin to enamel, even in monolithic applications.
In cases where function necessitates the additional strength of a monolithic approach, e.max can be “micro” layered to meet increased esthetic demands, achieving enhanced cosmetic results.
No allergy potential or irritation of tissue.
With low thermal conductivity, our restorations offer enhanced comfort for your patients.

Indications for Use

Our crowns and bridges can accommodate up to 3 units, with a total length of up to 14mm pontic span, making them suitable for various dental applications. They are also an excellent choice for single crowns in all positions of the mouth.
IPS e.max offers the flexibility to be either layered or monolithic, depending on the desired outcomes.


Not recommended for posterior bridges or anterior bridges over 14 mm pontic span

Clinical Handling Preparation

1mm shoulder margin
1.5mm axial wall reduction
2mm incisal/occlusal reduction required.
No knife-edge margins
Note: As with any all-ceramic, no sharp or right angles.


IPS e.max® can be bonded using adhesive systems with dual cure resins or cemented using low expansion cements, such as resin-modified glass ionomers.

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