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Zirconia

High Translucent Zirconia and High Strength Zirconia

Zirconia is one of the most studied ceramic materials and is widely used for the Crown copings, bridge frameworks and custom implant abutments. Zirconia is an ideal alternative solution whereever traditional metal or PFM restorations might be prescribed. It has multiple uses, as lab technicians can create beautiful dental restorations by veenering porcelains over this material.

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MLS

Metal Laser Sintering

Additive Manufacturing has been available to produce crowns and bridges since 2005. The digitally produced dental prosthesis is of a constantly high quality. Following the construction process, the dental prosthesis only has to be separated from the platform and finished. The composite strength of the ceramic veneer is outstanding compared to other manufacturing techniques. Hardly any personnel are needed to operate the EOS system. This means that two production cycles can be run per day depending on the daily number of units and capacity utilisation and up to 80,000 units can be produced each year.

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Implant Prosthesis

Screw Retained/Custom Implant Bars

Nowadays, there are a wide variety of options in implant prosthesis. We can fabricate cementable or screw-retained restoration based on your choice. We can prepare a prefabricated abutment from original manufacturer, or wax and cast a UCLA custom abutment traditionally, or mill a custom abutment by CAD/CAM technology. The abutment materials can be Titanium or zirconia with Ti base. If you are unsure, we can make recommendations based on interocclusal space, implant angulation, parallelism, tooth anatomy, and esthetic concerns. Your implant clinical cases can be complicated and challenging. We will help you succeed and meet patient’s expectations.

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3D Model Printing

One of the many industries that have been heavily influenced by 3D printing is dentistry

Over the course of the past decade, the dental industry has been revolutionized by 3D printing technology. Several different applications of 3D printing have been developed, from fixing broken teeth to making flossing easier.

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