For dental laboratories with their own milling systems, the processing quality plays a major role. The round blanks must be easy to handle and the material must not put too much stress on instruments such as milling cutters. One of our guiding principles is to work with you to create more value for your laboratory. Therefore, in addition to material-specific criteria, we also looked at cost-effectiveness in detail.
This material is characterized by its ease of veneering. It is also easy to laser weld. This means that structures made from this material can be expanded and repaired at any time. Due to the high stability, it is also possible to create the thinnest-walled framework. CADtools CoCr is also easy to process, which is reflected in its surface, which looks almost polished right after milling.
This material is also characterized by good veneering and maximum stability. As with cobalt-chrome (CoCr), the thinnest-walled frameworks can be realized in the titanium as well. With this material, which is considered difficult, we paid particular attention to high corrosion resistance and thus high biocompatibility. Last but not least, it is characterized by its low weight, which makes it extremely comfortable to wear for the patient.
Both materials CADtools CoCr and CADtools Titanium are designed for up to a span of 16 elements and can be implemented with a minimum margin thickness of 0.40 mm. Tension-free bar work and precisely fitting individual abutments can be realized.
This plastics can be easily handled and processed and provides reliable stability. CADtools PMMA is available in both monocolor and multicolor versions in all 16 Vita color shades. The most demanding results can be achieved with natural basic colors - with CADtools PMMA multicolor even with a natural-looking color gradient - because an aesthetic result is extremely important for patient well-being, especially in the field of long-term temporaries. CADtools PMMA is also available highly transparent (clear) for splints. The dental milling material CADdent PMMA is approved for up to 16 units. It is particularly suitable for temporary restorations that can be worn for up to 36 months.