What is Ivoclar Oversized Process?
Ivoclar Oversized Process was the original denture material for digital dentures from Ivoclar. It it a two piece final denture. It was formerly named Ivobase for the denture base discs; SR Vivodent CAD and SR Vivodent CAD Multi for the denture teeth discs. It was renamed in 2021 to Ivotion Base for the denture base discs; Ivotion Dent and Ivotion Dent Multi for the denture teeth discs. This happened shortly after the release of Ivolcar's Ivotion One Piece Monolithic Process Digital Denture was released. You may see the old previous names on customers Dental Managers with older versions.
"Two Ivotion™ discs comprised of high-quality tooth and denture base materials are available for the
fabrication of removable dentures using the oversize technique (e.g. for very large dental arches).
This manufacturing process is characterized by exceptional individuality and flexibility: It enables you
to tackle the most challenging cases."
How to Get Started?
Go through your respective 3shape reseller and local Ivoclar subsidiary who will process their request for license activation.
Each country has its own, if you don't have a respective IV contact info, you can visit their website https://www.ivoclarvivadent.us/ you can jump right to your country.
What is the difference between Ivoclar Ivotion One Piece Monolithic Process and Ivoclar Oversized Milling Process?
How do I set up the orders?
Ivoclar will assist on how to set up orders after contacting their sales rep to set them up. Below is about order set up with the older SR Vivodent and Ivobase DME materials that is selected in older DM versions.
Are all patients good candidates?
You can use the oversized process on any patient. It is commonly used as a backup if other materials aren't suitable for a patient like carded teeth with the patient having insufficient VDO, or Ivotion One Piece Milling Process and the Patients VDO is bigger than the disc or the ridge has a lot of resorption and causes too much compromise the disc.
Denture and Photography by IDT. The base and the full arches are each milled halfway from separate discs and bonded together. Then they finishing milling together.