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  • 2013-05-30
  • - Explanatory notes about CAD/CAM processing and technical features as requested by a prospective international customer - 


    Our vision, our know-how: New cutting edge CAD/CAM technology and modern, cost-saving methods of producing dentures


    Our team of dental technicians focuses on the processing of new materials that are tested in our milling centers and laboratories. Together, we are looking back at 8 years of research, creating and developing appropriate milling strategies and processing technologies - which form the basis of our know-how. 

    As requested, we created semi-finished and finished dental products that have been made ​​in accordance to the provided guidelines (and dental models) by the prospective international customer.


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    For the Nobel Replace model with 6 implants - a titanium (grade 5) implant bar has been milled and placed accordingly. The implant bar ends at implant level. No rework has been done; precision of digital manufacturing is demonstrated. The implant bar (Dolder- bar) combines two individual preci-vertix attachments.

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    The very same Nobel Replace model (as talked about above) has been used in order to produce a cobalt chrome (CoCr) bridge that has been screwed into place. Here, the special focus is on the processing of CoCr with the same quality features as titanium. At wish, the bridge framework may be veneered at a stable heat level of about 900°C. Just like the implant bar, the bridge framework ends at implant level. Again, precision and quality of digital manufacturing is demonstrated. Again, no rework has been done. 

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    Both implant works were reviewed with the help of the so-called “Sheffield Test” - Only one retaining screw holds implant and framework/ bar in place. The test verifies accuracy of fit and highlights the esthetic result. 

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    Two zircon bridge frameworks (identical in construction) have been made for the alveolar model of a mandibular.


    The first bridge framework has not been reworked- yet again, the milling results are exceptional. In order to illustrate translucency, the product has not been treated with any coloring.

    The second bridge framework contains a thin ceramic layer around the anterior region. The posterior teeth are entirely made from fully anatomic zirconium. As wished, we will document the symbiosis of veneering and coloring techniques.


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    In order to demonstrate the advantages of our technology (in a more or less symbolic way), we have added a special gift (which is made from German oak).                 

    Glashütte (Saxony) - the Cradle of precision engineering!

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