Kulzer launched its Delara tooth line, which will appear on the market in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Kulzer launched its Delara tooth line, which will appear on the market in the fourth quarter of 2019. This mid-priced prosthetic teeth line has modern layering, natural aesthetics, and easy handling, according to a company press release.
The Delara line features 16 VITA shades and two bleach shades (BL2 and BL3). Its surface structure natural light shattering and provides shading. With its processing properties, the Delara’s likelike features will not be lost, the statement said.
“Due to its easy processing characteristics, even dental technicians who make corrections can rest assured that Delara’s aesthetics and lifelike effect will not be lost,” said Kulzer Product Manager Obie Clifford. “The teeth provide for lively transparency and successfully manage to avoid the undesirable gray or yellowish effect that can occur in the mouth with other products.”
Additionally, Delara teeth offer simple set up with a polishing buffer, a basal grinding reserve, and reduced cusps for easy interlock. CAD/CAM production makes for easier integration into digital workflows and the line’s adaptability make for a variety of possible setups, Kulzer said.
Kulzer has been a manufacturer of dental acrylics for nearly 90 years. The company supplies dentists and dental technicians with an extensive product range, covering cosmetic dentistry, tooth preservation, prosthetics, periodontology and digital dentistry. Kulzer is part of the Mitsui Chemicals Group, which owns 131 affiliates with more than 17,200 employees from 27 countries.