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Zirconia

Cologne dental Laboratory is using Ceramill ZI from Amanngirbach which features high strength, rigidity and biocompatibility. Ceramill ZI is ideal for indications in which discoloured tooth preparations or metal frameworks must be masked as well as for the fabrication of support structures for fixed and removable prosthetic restorations such as crowns and bridges in the anterior and posterior regions, telescope and conical crowns, customised abutments on titanium bases and multiple-unit, screw-retained restorations on titanium bases.

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Sintron

Another product of the lab is CAD/CAM Metal with a powerful innovation is incorporated into the Ceramill Sintron® CoCr sinter metal from Amann Girrbach. This non-precious metal revolutionises the manufacturing process, as the wax-like texture of the Ceramill Sintron® blanks (CoCr blanks) allows them to be effortlessly dry milled on in-house benchtop machines such as the Ceramill Motion. The labour-intensive and error-prone casting procedure and therefore time-consuming manual working stages are no longer required.

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Zolid

Another product of the lab is CAD/CAM Metal with a powerful innovation is incorporated into the Ceramill Sintron® CoCr sinter metal from Amann Girrbach. This non-precious metal revolutionises the manufacturing process, as the wax-like texture of the Ceramill Sintron® blanks (CoCr blanks) allows them to be effortlessly dry milled on in-house benchtop machines such as the Ceramill Motion. The labour-intensive and error-prone casting procedure and therefore time-consuming manual working stages are no longer required.

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Temporary

Ceramill TEMP acrylic can be used for long-term temporary restorations with up to six months in situ in the patient’s mouthTEMP temporary restorations can be fabricated fully anatomically and can also be veneered with conventional crown and bridge resins. They are suitable for checking the fit and functionality of the actual restoration before it is finished, whereby the tooth-coloured material increases the acceptance of the try-in. Crowns and bridges of up to 14 units can be fabricated using TEMP. Customised, aesthetic gingival forming with implant restorations is also possible.

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