Ceramics have been our greatest asset and strength. We offer a full range of appliances made with porcelain. We specialise in all-ceramic work. Our challenge is to make crowns based on feldspatic technology, which enable us to achieve the best possible aesthetic effects. Thanks to its transparency, opalescence and fluorescence this type of ceramic allows us to imitate natural teeth. Feldspatic technology can be used to create thin-shell veneers used in the no-prep-technique, onlays, inlays, and crowns.
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The new material emax, created by the company Ivoclar, marks a new era in press technology. Emax, which offers enhanced durability, broadens the range of uses for ceramic restorations based on pressing technology. We are pleased to offer you this new material in the form of crowns and bridges (for the anterior segment only), thin-shell veneers and inlays/onlays. The wide pallet of press ingots available make it possible to satisfy even the most demanding aesthetic requirements of the patient.
The development over the last 10 years of zirconium oxide as a ceramic with enhanced translucency has been possible thanks to nanoceramics. Because of its excellent transparency and highest physical properties, Zirconium oxide creates a prosthetic restoration with a broad scope of application and unquestionable aesthetic appeal. See for yourself how close we have come to imitating nature itself. The diffusion of light in the coping is the first step to success.
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In those cases where all-ceramic restorations are impossible we are happy to suggest porcelain fused to metal as an alternative. We are prepared to fire a ceramic on a coping made of noble metal and non noble alloys (chrome-cobalt). We offer both alloys with a gold content of more than 85% and budget alloys with a gold content of less than 40%. The choice is yours. One innovation we have implemented is firing the ceramic on a structure milled from an homogenous chrome-cobalt material.
We use the following alloys:
gold 73.8 %, platinum 9.0 %, iridium 0.1 %, silver 9.2 %, copper 4.4 %, zinc 2.0 %, indium 1.5 %
Melting point range (°C) 900 – 990
Linear expansion coefficient (µm/m× K) 16,7 (25 – 500 °C) 16,8 (25 – 600 °C)
Density (g/cm3) 16,7
gold 33.2 %, platinum 2.0 %, palladium 16.0 %, ruthenium 0.1 %, silver 36.9 %, indium 11.5 %, iron 0.3 %
Melting point range (°C) 960 – 1030
Linear expansion coefficient (µm/m× K) 16,7 (25 – 500 °C)
Density (g/cm3) 12.1
gold 38.0 %, palladium 17.0 %, silver 36.0 %, iridium 0.1 %, indium 8.9 %
Melting point range (°C) 1020 – 1075
Linear expansion coefficient (µm/m× K) 16,9 (25 – 500 °C) 17,3 (25 – 600 °C)
Density (g/cm3) 13.1
We use a Doralloy NP chrome-cobalt alloy in CAD-CAM milling technology
We fire all-ceramic works according to the Vita or Vita 3D Master shade systems.
There is also the option of individual firing after first establishing the proper technical conditions with the laboratory.
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