STARDUST - Multi-Strength Zirconia
The ultimate in full zirconia restorations. STARDUST is a “Progressive Translucent”
zirconia material with 600 MPa at the incisal edge and 900 MPa at the cervical.
Transform your restorations with STARDUST’s unique properties, which absorb light and match the patient’s existing shade.
Recommended Region: Anterior
Yttrium Content: Y4-Y5 (Class 4)
- glidewell service
Dry nice product and very Esthetic 5 ⭐️❤️
very reliable and good customer service,beats glidewell service and quality
Neat idea but multilayered better.
Ok with some tweeking to fit
This product is ok. Neat concept but Katana STML is prettier and strong enough or Alien ML if strength is needed.
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Can you tell me in the stardust, which is the whitest shade? Thank you
Does this price include sintering?
Yes it does.
Hi Saro, How The Allien Multi layer compare with Katana STML. which one look more esthetic ? I am interesting to take a look at this Zirconia, Do you have the sample of this. Thanks Saro
The Alien Multi-Layer is comparable to Katana STML in shade values. However due a much higher strength (1,100 mpa for the Alien Multi-Layer) the Katana is more translucent.
Do you charge for shipping? I would be sending impression for crown
Yes We do.
Please refer to our shipping page.
Saro, With 3 shape Trios, do i just send you the scan via communicate? Then, i pay for the units online? Then you will match the file with the payment. Complete order and send crowns to me?
That is correct
how can I send the work to your lab
Please watch this short video on how we operate.
for implant cases for screw retained crowns, can we scan the scan body and you make the crowns with abutment?
We do not manufacturer or order abutments.
whats the mpa?
How does this work?
The use of this website is for Dental professionals, Please see our How to page on How it works.
what is the shrink factor for a 98x20 mm block
It can range from 1.242 to 1.252
Each block will have its shrinking factor printed on the back.