Aesthetic dentistry continues to evolve through innovations in bonding agents, restorative materials, and conservative preparation techniques. The use of direct composite restoration in posterior teeth is limited to relatively small cavities due to polymerization stresses. Indirect composites offer an esthetic alternative to ceramics for posterior teeth.

Indirect Composite Restoration fabrication refers to fabrication of the restoration outside the oral cavity in the laboratory following which it is luted to the tooth with resin cement.

A Indirect laboratory composite has strength, beauty and versatility and is excellent for inlays/onlays, veneers and full crowns.


  •  Excellent esthetics/translucency.
  •  Long-term proven wear resistance.
  •  Ease of finishing and polishing.
  •  Plaque and stain resistance.
  •  Proven in tests to be as strong or stronger than other popular brands and to possess inherent advantages in flexibility, impact strength and color stability.


Veneering of fixed dental prosthetics – framework-supported

  •  Veneering of metal-supported crowns and bridges
  •  Veneering of fixed/removable implant-supported superstructures
  •  Veneering of CAD/CAM fabricated frameworks
  •  Veneering of fiber-reinforced bridges using GC Stick/GC StickNet
  •  Reproduction of gum tissue fixed/removable implant-supported superstructures

Veneering of fixed dental prosthetics

  •  Anterior jacket crowns, inlays, onlays and laminated veneers

Characterization and modification of fixed/removable dental prosthetics