Whether its abutments, bars, bridges, individual or multi-unit restorations, the strength and rigidity...See more of the VersaMILL 5X and its fixturing, coupled With the knowledge of our experts enable you to produce restorations of unbelievable quality, quickly With the lowest possible tooling cost.
Due to the extreme accuracy and high quality surface finishes, restorations made from zirconia; hard metals such as titanium; and abrasives such as glass ceramics can be produced with minimal bench times with highly detailed occlusal surfaces and razor edge margins.
We're happy to announce that our new and responsive Web-site is up and running complete with on-line...See more store where you can find a complete line of high quality zirconia, titanium, cobalt chrome, PMMA CAD/CAM blank discs; implant and abutment components; tooling and more. All at prices lower that what you are likely to be currently paying and quality that meets or exceeds your requirements.
The goal of our new site is to educate and inform consumers as well as promote our products and services. Towards that goal, we have made an effort to provide specific information on the relative importance of various features and functions of the products and services associated with today's world of Digital Dentistry.
We hope you find in informative and useful as you wonder through the maze of open solutions dental products on the market today.
Zirkonzahn's Georg Walcher, MDT, offers his step-by-step technique for rehabilitating an edentulous patient with implants and fixed Zirconia Prettau Bridges.
After steam cleaning, the titanium bases in the maxillary bridge (shown here) and the titanium...See more bar in the mandibular bridge were bonded to the zirconia structures with self-adhesive luting composite.
Since the titanium bar gave the restoration a high value and gray hue, the bar and attached...See more titanium bases were anodized with Titanium Spectral Colouring Anodizer to produce a biocompatible, gold-colored oxide layer with a warm tone.
88% of respondents have shifted responsibilities of some employees 17% have eliminated technicians 16% have added new technicians 12% have had to hire employees with a different skill set 9% have started hiring “off the street” employees with no dental technology experience (percentages total more than 100 because respondents could select more than one answer)
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