Amber Press
Lithium Disilicate Press Ingots
Amber Press R10 & R20
Superior Strength

460 MPa flexural strength way superior to the other conventional lithium disilicate glass-ceramic press ingots.

Amber Press - 460 MPa Flexural Strength
Amber Press - Anterior Restorations
Amber Press Anterior Restorations - Courtesy of CDT. Pyung Yun Park, Busan, Korea
Aesthetic Outcomes

Amber Press helps create highly aesthetic and natural-looking dental restorations which provides patients with confident and beautiful smiles.

Amber Press - Simple & Safe
Simple and Safe

Only the least amount of reaction layer remains on Amber Press after pressing work. There is no need to apply the acid liquid for cleaning-up, thereby a simple and non-hazardous process can be achieved.

Compatible with
Various Veneering Materials

Amber Press ingots are compatible with various veneering materials.


Staining technique
Cut-back technique
– IPS e.max Ceram (Ivoclar Vivadent)*
– Initial LiSi (GC)*
– VINTAGE LD Procelain (Shofu)*
– InSync (Jensen)*
– Initial Zr-FS (GC)**
– Creation ZI-F (Creation Willi Geller)**
Layering technique

*, **  Not registered trademarks of HASS Corporation.
**  If you use Initial Zr-FS (GS) or Creation ZI-F(Creation Willi Geller), we recommend follow the Amber Press Guidelines for zirconia veneering materials.

Diverse Shade Options

Amber Press provides three levels of translucency and 34 different shades overall. It will make any restoration come to life.

Amber Press - Available Shades
Various Indications

Amber Press can be applied to various indications.

Amber Press Indications - Inlays Amber Press Indications - Onlays Amber Press Indications - Veneers Amber Press Indications - Anterior Single Crowns Amber Press Indications - Posterior Single Crowns Amber Press Indications - 3-unit Bridges
Inlays Onlays Veneers Anterior Single Crowns  Posterior Single Crowns  3-unit Bridges
(Up to the second premolar)
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