Cobalt-chrome alloys are perfect for high-quality prosthetics due to their extreme hardness and elasticity, which is twice as high as that of precious metal alloys and thus enables large bridge spans.
Our beryllium and nickel free ceramic alloys based on cobalt-chrome are used in powder form in LaserMelting - the same material as in the casting technique, only the result is an absolutely homogeneous metal structure with a significantly longer service life. In the SLM process (Selective Laser Melting), we position the modelled data file virtually on a base plate in the production plant. There, metal powder layers with a thickness of 25 Mµ
are gradually applied, melted by a laser beam and cooled.
This process is repeated until all components are made on the base plate.
Despite the complex process, the products can be delivered within 48 hours. Large parts of the refinishing are already done in the production center – i.e. the support structure is removed and anatomical parts are gently processed. This is done by experienced dental technicians who are very familiar with the process. The last retouching work is thus shortened for the dental laboratory.