A Guide to a Wide Range of Treatment Options
A partnership with Hermanson Lemke brings you versatility in treatment options, matched with a high standard for customer service. From simple single unit posterior case to complex, full mouth cases, our dental lab can fabricate solutions. Our wide range of materials, fixed and removable restoration types, and technical expertise all come together to meet the expectations of a dental laboratory for you and your patients.
Hermanson Lemke partners with dentists to provide an exceptional and convenient experience for patients. As a dental lab, our goal is not only to craft exquisite restorations, but to make it easier for dentists to create beautiful smiles for each and every patient that walks into the practice.
More than just another dental lab, we believe that SMILES MATTER, and that healthy smiles promote personal well-being, self-confidence, and positive communication.
With versatility, reliability and longevity in mind… e.max is unmatched in clinical success. With biocompatible lithium disilicate ingots, e.max offers optimized esthetic properties, creating restorations that offer true-to-nature results.
P2Z (Porcelain-To-Zirconia) restorations offer the structural strength of Zirconia and the esthetics of e.max. A ceramic overlay provides enhanced light transmission properties and excellent blending capabilities for a natural look.
Gold continues to be the restoration of choice for many clinicians due to its longevity and functional success. With high noble, semi-precious, and non-precious options, full-metal remains a proven material choice for a wide-range of clinical needs.
PFM (Porcelain-Fused-To-Metal) is a great option for dentists seeking a restoration that combines longevity and natural-looking internal characteristics. The underlying coping provides the strength and stability of a natural tooth, while the ceramic coating replicates a natural look.
Implant Retained Restorations
Implant restorations are rapidly being accepted as the standard of care when treating edentulous or partially edentulous patients. Implant-based restorations offer excellent stability, function, and esthetic results. Commonly used abutment materials: Titanium, Zirconia, and gold hue Titanium.
Hybrid dentures are proven replacements for removable prosthesis worn by edentulous patients. Using precise CAD/CAM technology for milling the implant bar, acrylic teeth are processed to a custom bar and attached via abutment screws.
These types of dentures are referred to as overdentures and can be removed by the patient. Once the bar is milled with precise CAD/CAM technology and implanted, the denture is constructed with internal attachments and engaged to the bar for esthetic and functional results.
Complete dentures are a viable option for patients that are not candidates for implant-based alternatives. Featuring high-performance materials and a range of denture teeth options, complete dentures offer a functional alternative that is both esthetic and durable.
With Hermanson Lemke VisiClear Partial Dentures, you can count on lightweight framework and beautiful esthetics. Made with flexible material and a 100% metal-free design, this product allows for improved patient satisfaction, comfort, and easy chairside adjustments.
A Stay Plate is a temporary partial denture used while the gums and supporting bone are healing after an extraction, and before getting a partial denture. A Stay Plate will replace the missing tooth or teeth, and can assist with chewing and/or speaking until the partial denture is delivered.
Vitallium Partial Denture alloys are an alternative to Wironium. This Chrome-Cobalt alloy (Nickel and Beryllium free), presents a strong partial framework that withstands chairside adjustments.
Mouthguard & Therapy Devices
Designed to protect the dentition, the Hard Night Guard can be worn during the day or at night to provide occlusal comfort. Fabricated for precise fit, and providing maximum rigidity and strength. Not recommended for patients with cosmetic restorations.
The most comfortable of the acrylic splints, the All Thermoplastic Night Guard is easiest to seat and kind to cosmetic restorations. Ideal for cases with missing teeth or unusual draw. This all thermoflexible acrylic becomes pliable in hot water, but remains firm and rigid at mouth temperature.
The hard outer layer of this Night Guard has a soft liner overlay reproduction of the current dental arch form, with an added layer of hard acrylic to provide a flat occlusal plane. It has an even thickness, is contoured to replicate the arch form, and has a flat plane added.
This all-flexible EVA material is used in cases with sensitive or missing teeth, or an unusual draw. It is also used for athletic Mouthguards. The standard, even thickness is 3mm, and thickness can be added by request. It is soft/flexible in the mouth and contoured.