Metal Free

When it comes to handling your most challenging cases, BruxZir Full-Strength Zirconia is the ideal solution. This advanced dental material has an unrivaled strength and durability that makes it perfect for treating patients with severe bruxism and other difficult cases. Moreover, the aesthetic quality of BruxZir Full-Strength Zirconia provides a natural look and feel that both dentists and their patients will love.

With its flexural strength of 1,400 MPa (which is significantly higher than most other zirconias), BruxZir Full-Strength offers superior functionality in comparison to traditional dental materials, making it an ideal choice for restoring teeth weakened by bruxism or any other difficult case. Additionally, its translucency provides a beautiful aesthetics which allows it to mimic natural tooth enamel making it the perfect choice for restoring teeth with a natural look and feel. As such, BruxZir Full-Strength Zirconia is considered one of the highest quality dental materials available today, having been prescribed by millions of dentists around the world.

Quality meets aesthetics with our strongest metal free option.  Beautiful and strong smiles are crafted by our technicians designed to be caring of opposing teeth.


Ada Codes

  • D2740 crown – porcelain/ceramic substrate
  • D6245 pontic – porcelain/ceramic (bridge units)
  • D6740 crown – porcelain/ceramic (bridge units)

Adjustments and Polishing

When adjusting zirconia crowns and bridges, use water to cool the restoration. Avoid micro-fractures by using a fine grit diamond burr that will also lighten its coloration before you make adjustments with air only; it is best for anterior teeth if football shaped (occlusal) or tapered but not lingual surfaces where there's more risk of damaging buccal alveolar bone close up so an alternative tool may be needed here!


  • Resin ionomer cement (RelyX™ or RelyX Unicem, 3M ESPE)
  • Maxcem Scannaire™ (Kerr)
  • Panavia™ F 2.0 (Kuraray) — ideal for short, tapered preparations
  • Glass ionomer cement (GC Fuji, GC America)

Preparation Requirements

Anterior Full-coverage Crowns
Requires a minimum circular reduction of 0.5 mm and a minimum occlusal reduction of 0.7 mm.

Posterior Full-coverage Crowns
Requires a minimum circular reduction of 0.5 mm and a minimum occlusal reduction of 0.7 mm.