Dental Wings Lasermill™ is Now Certified to Work with VITABLOCKS® Mark II Materials


Dental Wings is pleased to announce that VITABLOCS® Mark II are now approved for use on the Dental Wings Lasermill laser ablation system.

Considered to be one of the most abrasion-resistant dental ceramics, VITABLOCS® Mark II are monochromatic, fine-structure feldspar ceramic blocks used to to fabricate inlays, onlays, veneers, and partial, endo, anterior and posterior crowns with CAD/CAM systems. 

In over 25 years, more than 9 million clinically-proven restorations have been produced from VITABLOCS® Mark II blocks, boasting a clinical survival rate of 90% after 10 years.

VITABLOCS® Mark II - Advantages and Benefits for Dental Clinics and Laboratories

  • The blocks are true chairside material since the restoration can be inserted immediately after the milling process.
  • The high translucency of the blocks ensures the shades integrate very well into the residual tooth structure.
  • No required post-processes, such as strain glaze or crystallization firing.
  • Clinical benefits include:
    • A high resistance to chipping;
    • Excellent abrasion properties to protect antagonist teeth;
    • Can be easily polished;
    • Superior adhesive bonding thanks to excellent etchability;
    • No crystallization firing required;
    • The fluorescence corresponds to that of natural teeth;
    • Available in different tooth shades.

Laser Milling of Dental Restorations

Utilizing millions of short, high-intensity laser pulses, the Dental Wings Lasermill removes small amounts of material from a standard block until the restoration is completed.

The Dental Wings Lasermill establishes a new category of production technology, offering unprecedented opportunities for dental clinics, labs and production centers to create restorations using a wide range of proven materials, for unsurpassed quality and ease-of-use.

We are pleased to now include VITABLOCS® Mark II among the list of proven materials certified for use with the Dental Wings Lasermill.