Been giving Suprinity some love in recent weeks. Not too much though, as I’m still trying to limit its use to safer posterior regions. Despite the zirconia additives, ZLS ceramics behave more like e.max than zirconia. Aesthetics is easier to manage, while flexural strengths are up, but not by a significant amount.
The vibrant opalescence kind of caught me by surprise, since my previous experience with ZLS were much more opaque.
According to literature, Suprinity hasn’t been doing so hot in long term follow-ups. Let me just set that timer to start counting down…
Hsuan is a lecturer at CEREC Asia Training Facility and the founder of Tooth Faerie Club. He is from Vancouver, Canada, and is a fan of prosthodontics and profanity.