Vision Artist Dental Lab is one of the handful of laboratories that can support and accept most digital impression systems,such as CEREC, LAVA C.O.S., Cadent iTero, and 3shape TRIOS. We are also certified from the manufacturers. Digital impressions represent cutting-edge technology that allows dentists to create a virtual, computer-generated replica of the hard and soft tissues in the mouth using lasers and other optical scanning devices.
This process eliminates the imprecision synonymous with conventional impressions. It also improves communication, increases productivity, and lowers rejection rates between the dental laboratory and the dentist. Many of these intuitive technologies allow you to choose between a model and model-free restoration.
PFM Crown - 2 weeks
Full Cast Crown - 2 weeks
All-Ceramics - 2 weeks
Implants - 2 weeks
Night Guard - 2 weeks
Sports Guard - 2 weeks
Partial - 2 weeks
Full Immediate Denture - 2 weeks
Valplast - 3 weeks
Wax-up - 1 week
Provisionals - 1 week
Metal try - 1 week
PFMs contains both metal and porcelain. While the porcelain gives the teeth its natural esthetic of teeth, the metal gives it that extra durability by fusing the two elements together by using a high heat machine. The added porcelain material makes it suitable to be used for front teeth restorations.
Full Gold Crowns are made up a single metal alloy. We refer to them as gold, but they have several compounds that are not limited to gold. Full gold crowns are very durable and less of a process to make. The durability of a FGC makes it a long time favorite to some people. The construction of a full gold crown begins at the dentist's office. Once the dentist takes an impression, we take it to create an ideal structure for the patient.
Ideal for posterior restoration
Less tooth structure needs
Ceramic materials can be used to make an assortment of prosthetics such as inlays, onlays, porcelain veneers, and a variety of crowns. By using CAD/CAM technology, we are able to optimize the whole process. Vision Artist provides an array of all-ceramic type products.
IPS e.max CAD’s patented lithium disilicate fomulation optimizes modern CAD/CAM processing technology with a high-performance ceramic material.
Offering 360 MPA flexural strength, IPS e.max delivers the toughness and esthetics your patients desire. When fabricated to full contour, lithium disilicate creates a highly durable monolithic restoration utilizing a single material throughout.
With IPS e.max CAD, creating all-ceramic restorations, offering true-to-nature properties has never been easier.
Vision Artist Dental Lab offers a variety of implants such as UCLA custom abutment, titanium abutment and zirconia abutment with full range of implant systems.
We also offer encode implants as well. With beautiful restorations over the abutments, you can expect perfect margin fit, superior strength, excellent esthetics, and much more.
The system consists of a coded healing abutment and a CAD/CAM titanium abutment or zirconia abutment.
The proprietary healing abutment has three notches that are codes which provide the information about the implant hex position, the platform diameter, and the soft tissue collar height, all of which are necessary to design the definitive abutment. The proprietary software recognizes the codes on the healing abutment and the designed abutment is milled from a solid titanium alloy block. Finally a cement-retained restoration is fabricated over the CAD/CAM abutment.
Advantages of this system is:
CAD/CAM abutment present the advantages of being specific to each patient and provides a better fit, in addition to being much more durable as they employ materials such as titanium, alumina, lithium disilicate, and zirconia.
CAD/CAM technology has used metals such as titanium and titanium alloys, and ceramics such as aluminum oxide or zirconium oxide for the fabrication of implant abutments.
The higher strength of these materials, which can be shaped only with CAD/CAM systems, has increased the longevity of these restorations and the demand from dentists.
Some advantages of this technique is the possibility of shortening the overall treatment time and the minimal manipulation of the soft tissue.