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CEREC SpeedFire News

View the latest news for CEREC SpeedFire, including new features, materials, tipps, and tricks.

Topic

Dec 1, 2016

IPS e.max CAD (Ivoclar Vivadent) and VITA Suprinity PC (VITA Zahnfabrik) in the CEREC SpeedFire

Topic

Nov 1, 2017

Celtra Universal Stain and Glaze Liquid can now be used for characterizing all Dentsply Sirona materials


Supported materials

The following materials can be processed in the CEREC SpeedFire. Below you can find detailed information about processing each material.

CEREC Zirconia (Dentsply Sirona)*

CEREC Zirconia meso (Dentsply Sirona)*

inCoris ZI meso (Dentsply Sirona)

inCoris TZI (Dentsply Sirona)

inCoris TZI C (Dentsply Sirona)

CEREC Blocs, CEREC Blocs C, CEREC Blocs PC, CEREC Blocs C PC, CEREC Blocs C In (Dentsply Sirona)

Celtra Duo (Dentsply Sirona)

VITA Mark II, VITA RealLife, VITA TriLuxe, VITA TriLuxe forte (VITA Zahnfabrik)

VITA Suprinity PC (VITA Zahnfabrik)

VITA YZ HT (VITA Zahnfabrik)

IPS e.max CAD LT, MT, HT, MO, Abutment LT, Abutment MO (Ivoclar Vivadent)

IPS e.max ZirCAD LT (Ivoclar Vivadent)

* Pending FDA Approval in the U.S. Markets


Processing of the materials in the CEREC SpeedFire

Below you will find information for processing the different materials in the CEREC SpeedFire. Click on the bar with the respective material name to expand the information area. Under the keyword "Note", we have provided you with an overview of the scheme of information in advance.

Example

Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Possible processes in the CEREC SpeedFire Firing support Glaze Fan
         

The tables for each material that you will find below give you important information on how to process the different blocks.

 

Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)

This column tells you whether you can dry mill, wet mill or wet grind the material with your CEREC milling and grinding unit prior to using your CEREC SpeedFire.

 

Selectable processes

This column indicates which processes can be selected for the respective material in the CEREC SpeedFire.

 

Cooling Fan

This column indicates whether the fan of the CEREC SpeedFire will automatically switch on for the respective material.

 

All other columns indicate which consumables you can use to process the material in the CEREC SpeedFire.


Dentsply Sirona materials

Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Selectable processes in CEREC SpeedFire
Firing support
Glaze Fan
Wet grinding
Glazing (up tp 3 glazing processes)
CEREC SpeedPaste Dentsply Sirona Glaze support CEREC SpeedGlaze Celtra Universal Stain & Glaze Off

Step-by-step: Glazing CEREC Blocs, CEREC Blocs C, CEREC Blocs PC and CEREC Blocs C PC in the CEREC SpeedFire

 

Step 1: Remove the sprue, polish, try-in/adjustments
  • Afterwards, be sure to clean your restoration thoroughly using soap and water, then blot dry with a clean, lint-free towel. Your restoration must be free of dust and debris before glaze is applied

 

Step 2: Fill your restoration with CEREC SpeedPaste and put it on a glaze support pin
  • Make sure to completely fill your restoration with CEREC SpeedPaste, in order to avoid the intrusion of impurities, which might negatively impact the fit.
  • Use the right glaze support pin for your indication:
    • Single tooth restorations: Glaze support single unit
    • Bridges: Glaze support multi unit

     

Step 3: Glaze your restoration with CEREC SpeedGlaze or stain it with Celtra Universal Glaze
  • Shake the container well immediately before use until the beads can be heard inside the bottle
  • Keep the can as upright as possible during the spraying process
  • Apply an even coat of spray from all sides in short bursts and from a distance of 10 cm

 

Step 4: Place the restoration in your CEREC SpeedFire furnace and start the process"Glazing" using the tablet; afterwards let your restoration cool down
  • The occlusal surfaces of the restoration point upwards
  • A maximum of 3 single-tooth restorations or a 3-unit bridge can be sintered in one go
  • Attention: Wait until the timer has expired to 0.
  • Important: Do not touch the restoration immediately, because it is extremely hot!
  • Please note: The fan is not available for this material
  • After cooling, check the glaze and add a second layer of glaze if necessary
     
Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Selectable processes in CEREC SpeedFire

Firing support

Glaze
Fan
Wet grinding, Dry milling, Wet milling
Drying, Drying & Sintering, Sintering, Glazing (up to 3 glazing processes)

CEREC SpeedPaste  Dentsply Sirona Glaze support CEREC SpeedGlaze Celtra Universal Stain & Glaze On

Step-by-step: Sintering CEREC Zirconia, CEREC Zirconia meso, inCoris TZI and  inCoris TZI in the CEREC SpeedFire

Step 1: Separate the restoration from the block and remove dust
  • A straight handpiece with a diamond wheel or a straight carbide bur can be used for this
  • Remove residual milling dust first with pressurized air, then with a large sable brush (only necessary for dry milled restorations)
Step 2: Place your restoration upside down inside the furnace chamber
  • Max. 3 single-tooth restorations or one 3-unit bridge can be sintered in one process
Step 3: Select and start the process "Sintering" on the display; nach Prozess Restauration zum Abkühlen auf Lüfter stellen
  • For wet milled restorations: Select process "Drying & Sintering" instead
  • Important: Wait until the clock timer has run down to 0
  • Danger: Avoid touching the restoration at this time as it is extremely hot!
  • Use tweezers to place the restoration for at least 2 minutes on the fan-area until cool to the touch
Step 4: Try-in/adjustments
  • Control and adjust in the following order:
    • Internal fit, proximal contacts
    • Occlusal contacts
    • Dynamic contacts
  • Only use microfine diamonds (diamond grain size ≤40 µm) when making post-sintering adjustments
  • Clean the restoration (alcohol-based is recommended) and dry
Step 5: Surface finishing
  • General: following the sintering process the surface of zirconia restorations must always be finished.
  • Polishing: use normal polishing systems for zirconia such as Meisinger. Complete all required steps for the polishing system being used.
  • For glazing please see next steps.

Step-by-step: Glazing CEREC Zirconia and CEREC Zirconia meso in the CEREC SpeedFire

Step 1: Fill the restauration with CEREC SpeedPaste and put it on a glaze support pin
  • Make sure to completely fill your restoration with CEREC SpeedPaste, in order to avoid the intrusion of impurities, which might negatively impact the fit.
  • Use the right glaze support pin for your indication:
    • Single tooth restorations: Glaze support single unit
    • Bridges: Glaze support multi unit
Step 2: Glaze your restoration with CEREC SpeedGlaze or stain it with Celtra Universal Glaze
  • Shake the container well immediately before use until the beads can be heard inside the bottle.
  • Keep the can as upright as possible during the spraying process.
  • Apply an even coat of spray from all sides in short bursts and from a distance of 10 cm.
Step 3: Place your restoration on its support pin inside your CEREC SpeedFire furnace
  • Occlusal surface faces upward.
  • Max. 3 single-tooth restorations or a 3-unit bridge can be glazed at the same time.

 

Step 4: Start the process"Glazing" using the tablet; afterwards let your restoration cool down
  • For wet milled restorations: Select process "Drying & Sintering" instead.
  • Important: Wait until the clock timer has run down to 0.
  • Danger: Avoid touching the restoration at this time as it is extremely hot!
  • Use tweezers to place the restoration for at least 2 minutes on the fan-area until cool to the touch.
  • Check the glaze, add a second glazing if needed.

 

Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Selectable processes in CEREC SpeedFire
Firing support Glaze Fan
Wet grinding
Drying, Drying & Sintering, Sintering
- - On
Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Selectable processes in CEREC SpeedFire
Firing support
Glaze
Fan
Wet grinding

Glazing (up to 3 glazing processes)
Firing pad CEREC SpeedPaste
Celtra Universal Stain & Glaze
On

Step-by-step: Dry firing and glazing Celtra Duo in the CEREC SpeedFire

 

Step 1: Remove the sprue, polish, try-in/adjustments

Afterwards, be sure to clean the restoration thoroughly using soap and water, then blot dry with a clean, lint-free towel. Celtra Duo (ZLS) restorations must be free of dust and debris before glaze is applied and/or before firing.

 

Step 2 (Optional):  Apply Celtra Universal stains and glazes to add characterization to your restoration.

The Celtra diluting liquid helps thin out the glaze and stains for a smooth and even application with a fine tip brush.

 
Step 3: Place restoration on a firing pad in the CEREC SpeedFire and start the process "Glazing" using the tablet; afterwards let your restoration cool down
  • The occlusal surfaces of the restoration point upwards.
  • Be sure to trim the firing pad to fit the CEREC SpeedFire oven’s pedestal.
  • Important: Wait until the timer has expired to 0.
  • Attention: Do not touch the restoration immediately, because it is extremely hot!
  • Use tweezers to place the restoration for at least 2 minutes on the fan-area until cool to the touch.
  • After cooling, check the glaze and add a second layer of glaze if necessary.

VITA materials

Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Selectable processes in CEREC SpeedFire Firing support
Glaze
Fan
Wet grinding
Glazing (up to 3 glazing processes)

CEREC

SpeedPaste

Dentsply Sirona Glaze support VITA AKZENT Plus Glaze LT Spray On

Step-by-step: Glazing VITABLOCS® Mark II, VITABLOCS RealLife®, VITABLOCS® TriLuxe, VITABLOCS® TriLuxe forte

 

Step 1: Remove the sprue, polish, try-in/adjustments

• Afterwards, be sure to clean your restoration thoroughly using soap and water, then blot dry with a clean, lint-free towel. Your restoration must be free of dust and debris before glaze is applied.


Step 2: Fill the restoration with CEREC SpeedPaste and put it on a glaze support pin

• Make sure to completely fill your restoration with CEREC SpeedPaste, in order to avoid the intrusion of impurities, which might negatively impact the fit.
• Use the right glaze support pin for your indication:
o Single tooth restorations: Glaze support single unit
o Bridges: Glaze support multi unit


Step 3: Glaze your restoration using VITA AKZENT Plus GLAZE LT Spray

•To ensure correct use, please read and follow the instructions of the manufacturer (VITA Zahnfabrik).

 

Step 4: Place the restoration in your CEREC SpeedFire furnace and start the process"Glazing" using the tablet; afterwards let your restoration cool down

• The occlusal surfaces of the restoration point upwards.
• A maximum of 3 single-tooth restorations or a 3-unit bridge can be sintered in one go
• Attention: Wait until the timer has expired to 0.
• Important: Do not touch the restoration immediately, because it is extremely hot!
• Please note: The fan is not available for this material.
• After cooling, check the glaze and add a second layer of glaze if necessary.

Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Selectable processes in CEREC SpeedFire
Firing support

 

Glaze Fan
Wet grinding
Crystallizing, Glazing (up to 3 glazing processes), Crystallizing & Glazing
Dentsply Sirona glaze support

CEREC

SpeedPaste

VITA AKZENT Plus Glaze LT Spray Off

 

Processing guideline by VITA Zahnfabrik

General notes:

  • The maximum number of 3 crowns must not be exceeded.
    The maximum firing chamber size must be observed.
  • The program is automatically selected by the CEREC software when crystallizing / glazing in the CEREC SpeedFire.
  • Only the enclosed CEREC SpeedFire firing supports "glaze support single unit or glaze support multi unit," and may be used for crystallization, combination fi ring (crystallizing / glazing) and glaze firing.
  • A small quantity of CEREC SpeedPaste is used for fixing/positioning the restoration on the firing support. Note: The less CEREC SpeedPaste is used, the better the result. However, to avoid direct contact of the firing support with the restoration, a small quantity of CEREC SpeedPaste must be used for fixation.
  • Then the restoration on the firing support is placed onto the upper door insulation (central position).

Notes regarding glazing:

  • Only the VITA AKZENT Plus GLAZE LT SPRAY is approved for glazing VITA SUPRINITY PC in the CEREC
    SpeedFire.
  • No more than 3 glaze firings can be carried out.
  • The enclosed glaze support must be used for glazing.

Step-by-step: Crystallizing/Crystallizing & Glazing VITA Suprinity PC® in the CEREC SpeedFire

 

Step 1: Remove the sprue, polish, try-in/adjustments
 
Step 2: Fill your restoration with CEREC SpeedPaste and put it on a glaze support pin
  • Only the enclosed CEREC SpeedFire firing supports "glaze support single unit or glaze support multi unit," and may be used for crystallization, combination fi ring (crystallizing / glazing) and glaze firing.
  • A small quantity of CEREC SpeedPaste is used for fixing/positioning the restoration on the firing support. Note: The less CEREC SpeedPaste is used, the better the result. However, to avoid direct contact of the firing support with the restoration, a small quantity of CEREC SpeedPaste must be used for fixation.

 

Step 3: Glaze your restoration using VITA AKZENT Plus GLAZE LT Spray
  • To ensure correct use, please read and follow the instructions of the manufacturer (VITA Zahnfabrik).

 

Step 4: Place your restoration in your CEREC SpeedFire furnace and start the process"Crystallizing/ Crystallizing & Glazing" using the tablet; afterwards let your restoration cool down
  • The occlusal surfaces of the restoration point upwards.
  • The maximum number of 3 crowns must not be exceeded.
  • The maximum firing chamber size must be observed.
  • Attention: Wait until the timer has expired to 0.
  • Important: Do not touch the restoration immediately, because it is extremely hot!
  • Please note: The fan is not available for this material.
  • After cooling, check the glaze and add a second layer of glaze if necessary.
  • No more than 3 glaze firings can be carried out.

 

Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Selectable processes in CEREC SpeedFire
Firing support
Glaze
Fan

Wet grinding, 

dry milling, 

wet milling

Drying, Drying & Sintering, Sintering, Glazing (up to 2 glazing processes)

CEREC

SpeedPaste

Dentsply Sirona Glaze support VITA AKZENT Plus Glaze LT Spray On

Ivoclar materials

Milling/Grinding (Wet/Dry)
Selectable processes in CEREC SpeedFire
Firing support
Glaze
Fan
Wet grinding
Crystallizing, Glazing (up to 3 glazing processes), Crystallizing & Glazing

IPS Object

Fix

Putty/Flow

Dentsply Sirona Glaze support    IPS e.max CAD Crystall./Glaze Paste IPS e.max CAD Crystall./Spray Off

 

Processing guidelines by Ivoclar Vivadent

  • Do not use IPS e.max CAD Crystall./Add-on materials, as building-up a vacuum is not possible.
  • Maximum number of IPS e.max CAD objects per firing cycle: 2 single-tooth restorations or 1 bridge.
  • Upon the start of the CAD design, open “Shade Selection” and select the desired translucency level, so that the correct firing parameters for the Crystallization/Glaze firing are transmitted to the SpeedFire.
  • Do not use the IPS e.max CAD Crystallization Trays and Pins. It is imperative that the Glaze Supports (Dentsply Sirona) are used:
    • Glaze Support Single Unit –> for single-tooth restorations (Note for Abutment Solutions: for abutments or abutment crowns, use the tapered pin to position the restoration).
    • Glaze Support Multi Unit –> for bridges
  • Select the correct program option depending on the materials used:
    • IPS e.max CAD Crystall./Glaze Paste –> Crystallization/Glaze
    • IPS e.max CAD Crystall./Glaze Spray –> Crystallization
    • Corrective firing with IPS e.max CAD Crystall./ materials –> Glaze

Step-by-step: Crystallizing/ Crystallizing & Glazing  IPS e.max CAD in the CEREC SpeedFire

Step 1: Remove the sprue, polish, try-in/adjustments
  • Afterwards, be sure to clean your restoration thoroughly using soap and water, then blot dry with a clean, lint-free towel. Your restoration must be free of dust and debris before glaze is applied.

 

Step 2: Fill the inner aspect of the restoration with IPS Object Fix Putty or Flow and press in the selected Glaze Support
  • To ensure correct use, please read and follow the instructions of the manufacturer (Ivoclar Vivadent)
  • Use the right glaze support pin for your indication:
    • Single tooth restorations: Glaze support single unit (Note for Abutment Solutions: for abutments or abutment crowns, use the tapered pin to position the restoration)
    • Bridges: Glaze support multi unit

       

Step 3: Place the restoration in your CEREC SpeedFire furnace and start the process"Glazing" using the tablet; afterwards let your restoration cool down
  • Maximum number of IPS e.max CAD objects per firing cycle: 2 single-tooth restorations or 1 bridge
  • The occlusal surfaces of the restoration point upwards.
  • Select the correct program option depending on the materials used:
    • IPS e.max CAD Crystall./Glaze Paste –> Crystallization/Glaze
    • IPS e.max CAD Crystall./Glaze Spray –> Crystallization
    • Corrective firing with IPS e.max CAD Crystall./ materials –> Glaze
  • Attention: Wait until the timer has expired to 0.
  • Important: Do not touch the restoration immediately, because it is extremely hot!

To ensure correct use, please read and follow the instructions of the manufacturer (Ivoclar Vivadent).

 



Step 4: Let your restoration cool down
  • Please note: The fan is not available f