Essentials Dental Laboratory offers a range of products to suit the needs and preferences of every patient. Our entire premium line of products embodies matchless artistry. We strive for fit, form, finish and function on every case.



Full/Solid Zirconia:

The full solid zirconia has increasingly become a preferred material for dental crowns due to its unique ceramic blend which seamlessly adds a porcelain touch to a metal-free crown. The solid Zirconia is an optimal choice to blend in with teeth due to its biocompatible qualities to fortify the withstanding of wear and tear in the oral environment. It is fabricated with 100% monolithic medical grade zirconia to warrant that it is among the most durable of choices.

Zirconia Layered:

These crowns are highly aesthetic and highly versatile due to their ability to be used on virtually all kinds of restorations. Produced by a combination of cutting edge CAD/CAM systems and experienced ceramist’s magic touch. The restoration contains a zirconia substructure which is finely layered with porcelain. This restoration is highly suitable and esthetic for multiple purposes, including full mouth restorations and bridges as well as anterior and posterior regions of the mouth.

Pressed to Zirconia

Silicate reinforced, high strength glass ceramics used to press over zirconia frames.

BruxZir Solid Zirconia

BruzZir Anterior Zirconia


IPS e.max®


The extremely popular IPS e.max CAD is a versatile and dependable lithium disilicate ceramic for CAD/CAM work in the laboratory. The material is characterized by amazing esthetics, exceptional light-optical properties, high precision and outstanding stability. A wide range of translucency levels, shades and block sizes offers great flexibility.

IPS e.max Press:

IPS e.max Press is a state of the art lithium disilicate glass-ceramic used to create single-tooth restorations, bridges for the anterior and premolar regions, inlays, onlay, implant superstructure, and custom implant abutments. Users may select from a myriad of ingots that matches their preferred processing technique. The material is offered in four types of translucency and two sizes.


Strong and versatile, a non-precious alloy offers many options, including high noble, noble(semi-precious) or non-precious alloys. They are well-known for their excellent marginal integrity, strength, and durability. The restoration lifespan for non-precious alloys can exceed 30 years.

Full-Cast Non-Precious:

Non-Precious Full Cast Crowns offer many of the same benefits of gold but at a great value. They are known for their strength, long-lasting durability, and easy preparation.

Full-Cast Gold Inlay/Onlay:

Full-cast Inlay or Onlays are indirect restorations that are formed by cast gold. They are highly durable and can survive for many years.

Composite Restorations:

Composite Restorations are commonly used for temporary and permanent solutions, based on dentist recommendation.

Bridge Connector:

The bridge connectors join the pontic and retainer. They may be fixed or movable.

Porcelain Butt Margin Facial:

A porcelain butt margin facial is a shoulder preparation with a right angle (90 degrees) shoulder. It is a method that allows labs to create porcelain to the edge of the preparation since porcelain needs an anchor to support it.

Porcelain Butt Margin 360 Degrees Diagnostic Wax-Up:

A 360-degree porcelain margin displays superb light transmission in the gingival area and provides optimal esthetics. It requires a very demanding and intensive lab work.

Fit to Partial:

A partial denture is a construction of artificial teeth and soft, acrylic tissue, which is connected to a metal skeleton. It is used when there is at least one natural tooth in the upper or lower jaw. Partial dentures commonly contain replacement teeth, which are joined to a pink or gum-colored plastic and are then held together by a metal framework.

Model Work:

The process of producing an exact model used for the creation of the bridge. This involves taking specific impressions of the dental bridge.


As a part of a removable partial denture, a rest lies on a tooth’s occlusal, lingual, or incisal surface to vertically anchor the denture. It prevents the extrusion of abutment teeth and supports a clasp-tooth relationship.

Metal Occlusal:

A metal occlusal is a metallic PFM crown which is ideal when porcelain is not a suitable alternative. In the event when the occlusal surface is too thin or when porcelain would produce a fractural risk, a metal occlusal is the best choice.

Metal Lingual:

Lingual braces are placed on the back surfaces of the teeth, facing the tongue, which makes them nearly invisible from the outside. They are more efficient than clear aligners when correcting rotations, changing the height of teeth, and closing gaps caused by tooth extractions. An added cosmetic benefit is that any discoloration from your braces occurs on the portions of your teeth that are not visible to viewers.


Wing x-rays are among the most common x-rays used by dentists. Patients hold or bite down on a piece of plastic with x-ray film. Wing x-rays calculate the amount of decay in between teeth, where harmful decay-causing bacteria are found.

Reduction Coping:


Cast Partial:

A cast partial denture consists of a metal framework for retention, that contains tissue colored artificial replacemement teeth. The dentures are used when one or more natural teeth remain in the upper or lower jaw. Cast partial dentures are created to fit your remaining natural teeth, maintain their shape and fit your gums longer, and allow you to taste and feel the temperature of food and beverages.

Cast Partial Subframe w/ Flexible Partial:

Flexible partial denture is a denture created from a flexible, plastic material. which fits neatly into the mouth and is virtually invisible. This is a new type of denture and have recently become popular for the fabrication of partial dentures. This type of denture is very light, strong, and durable. The overall size is thinner and more flexible than the traditional metal and acrylic dentures.

Cast Partial Frame:

Cast partial frames feature advanced metallurgy thats sets a new standard of quality in partial dentures. It is a chrome-cobalt nickel-free and beryllium-free alloy that includes delicate precision cast clasps and a highly polished metal surface for patient comfort and satisfaction.

Flexible Partial

Flexible partial dentures are thin, lightweight, and flexible dentures with invisible clasps that surround the natural teeth. Flexible partials are a quality premium product that offers the benefits of superior esthetics, comfort, function, and bio-compatibility.

Acrylic Partial

An acrylic partial is a removable partial denture that dentists or oral surgeons use as a replacement if you have one or more missing teeth. Dental flippers are made from acrylic that resembles your gums and supports the replacement tooth.

Acrylic Flipper:

A dental flipper is a removable partial denture that dentists or oral surgeons use as a replacement if you have one or more missing teeth. Dental flippers are made from denture acrylic that resembles your gums, and it supports the replacement tooth.


Stayplate is a temporary partial denture used while the gums and supporting bone are healing after an extraction, and before getting a partial denture. A Stay Plate will replace the missing tooth or teeth and can assist with chewing and/or speaking until the partial denture is delivered.

Acrylic Partial:

The Acrylic partial can be a temporary or permanent replacement of missing teeth. They are used to tide the patient over until an ultimate type of prosthesis can be done.

Dentures are prosthetic devices constructed to replace missing teeth, and are supported by the surrounding soft and hard tissues of the oral cavity.

Soft/Hard Combo:

The soft internal surface rests comfortably against the teeth and gums, while the hard occlusal surface provides durability and bonds with acrylic for easy modification.

Soft Night Guard:

The soft Night Guard is custom for light to moderate teeth grinding. This product protects your teeth and eases jaw muscle pain. It also helps those who suffer from teeth clenching because the soft material acts as a cushion for the clenching forces.

Hard Night Guard:

The Hard Night Guard is created to fit precisely and provides maximum rigidity and strength. The guard can be worn during the day or at night to provide occlusal comfort. Not recommended for patients with cosmetic restoration. It is a heat-cured hard acrylic and a flat plane.

Sport Guard:

Sports mouth guards reduce the chance of injury to the teeth and gums for players in action and contact sports. Injuries can happen at any age, and up to 40% of all facial injuries in adults occur during sporting activities. Dental injuries are painful and can be disfiguring, not to mention expensive to treat. Sport mouth guards lessen the risk of damage to the back of the teeth following a blow delivered to the underside of the lower jaw. Without sports mouth guards, such impacts can cause cusp fractures and complete root fractions.

3D Printed Removable Restoration:

3D printed removable restorations combine the best of both worlds and empower dental labs to produce highly accurate patterns, with a consistent and reliable digital workflow and easy to use machinery.

Wax Bite Block:

The wax bit block is a step in the process where the doctor and patient can preview the denture before final processing. This allows the patient to confirm that the denture is esthetically pleasing. It also lets the doctor verify the bite and do any other necessary changes.

Wax Bite Rim:

The wax bite rims are created and designed with the wax directly over the patient’s bony ridge. This is the most stable position for denture teeth to be set for function and wear. The wax bite rims also record the patient’s occlusal vertical dimension or the VDO.

Custom Tray:

A custom tray is made for an individual patient by a denturist (dental technician), Usually made from acrylics, such as polymethyl methacrylate, or shellac. A stock tray is used to make a preliminary impression, from which a model can be cast.

Prepare Existing Set-up for Process:

Valfuse Repair: Valfuse Repair Liquid is used when you have to do a Valplast Injection addition to an existing Valplast Denture. It is mainly created for Valplast Material.

Masel Crown
Custom Tray

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