Biomedical titanium: restorations are milled from Gr 5 titanium discs or premilled blanks meeting international standards. Titanium can also be used in conjunction with the laser melting process. This alloy exhibits excellent mechanical strength over time. It is ideally suited for full-arch restorations.
Chromium-Cobalt: Chromium-Cobalt discs and premilled blanks are used in the milling process. This alloy can also be sintered and will retain its key characteristics: high corrosion resistance and well-proven biocompatibility.
Zirconium Multilayer: the natural shade progression of dentin and enamel is simulated thanks to 5 overlapped layers of zirconium oxide. The aesthetic outcome of the crowns is guaranteed by every single layer, which creates a three-dimensional effect and a natural translucency. Structures in zirconium monolayer are also available on request.
PEEK: PEEK restorations are perfect for patients with allergy problems, and suitable for bars and screw-retained restorations. As this material is radiopaque, proper fit to implant platform can be verified for implant screw-retained prosthesis.
PMMA for provisionals: multilayer technology enables us to reproduce the natural color of dentin and enamel and achieve carefully selected shades. The layering creates a three-dimensional translucent effect. Structures in PMMA monolayer are also available on request.