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Our Advantages

Besmile understands the importance of quality, service and communication. To be a leading solution provider in dental industry, we look forward to working with worldwide partners and benefiting patients globally.

  • Advance manufacturing technology
  • Persistent R&D
  • Reliable raw material
  • Quality Assessment & Quality Control

Education & Training

Besmile is always passionate and dedicated to provide useful online training videos and articles for all dental professionals, time-saving, beneficial and educational.

FAQ

Here are some common questions. If you can't find answer here, please leave us a message or just let us know via email or phone call. 
  • ?What are the advantages of high flexural strength?
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    For the dental zirconia, high flexural strength means wider indications, so it can be used to make restorations with more units. On the other hand, high flexural strength also affects the thickness of the restoration walls. A high-strength material allows a low wall thickness. Aconia® provides a wide range of zirconia blanks with different flexural strength, which means you can select the best solution for balancing aesthetics and strength.


  • ?What is the flexural strength of zirconia?
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    Flexural strength is a term that is frequently used in dental zirconia products, and it has been considered as a key feature of the stability of the material. In general, flexural strength indicates the resistance of a material against deformation. The commonly used flexural strength testing method is a 3-point testing method & 4-point testing method. The values measured from different testing method are not comparable. All Aconia® zirconia applies with the 3-point testing method.


  • ?What is the crystal phases of zirconia?
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    Crystal phases are used to describe the crystalline structure of substance under different temperatures. ZrO2 has three crystal phases: monoclinic, tetragonal and cubic. The monoclinic phase is stable at room temperatures up to 1170 ℃, the tetragonal at temperatures of 1170-2370 ℃ and the cubic at over 2370 ℃. About Aconia® zirconia, after sintered, the zirconia is mainly combined with tetragonal and cubic phases. The different percentage of crystal structures determines the different properties of sintered zirconia. 


  • ?What is Yttria-stabilized Zirconia?
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    Yttria-stabilized zirconia (YSZ) is a zirconium oxide based ceramic, in which the particular crystal structure of zirconium oxide is made stable at room temperature by addition of yttrium oxide. The addition of yttria (Y2O3) as a stabilizing agent in zirconia allows the zirconia can be stable at room temperature with the tetragonal phase or the cubic phase. The different yttria (Y2O3) percentage in zirconia will lead to different ratio of tetragonal form and cubic forms in the final restoration, which come with the different strength and translucency of zirconia restorations. (eg. 3YSZ-with 3 mol-% Y2O3 partially Stabilized ZrO2, Yttria Stabilized Zirconia). Aconia® blanks are Yttria-stabilized zirconia.