Precision Implant Suprastructure Design & Manufacturing Center
Our Goal: Make the prosthesis fit the patient, not the patient fit the prosthesis
Additive Manufacturing: Selective Laser Melting and 5-axis milling to provide mechanical retention and maximum space and support for resin and esthetics.
Introducing new PEARL texture for greater mechanical retention of acrylic and composite
Introducing Dynamic 24-30° Angled Screw Access Channels
Save space and improve function and esthetics by controlling placement of screw access holes
Instead of using angled abutments, keep the structure low profile and control where the placement of screw access holes with PRISM 24° Angled Access Channels.
Image “A” shows access hole in undesirable functional and esthetic position–while Image “B” shows a more preferable result without utilizing space taking angled abutments.
Metal occlusal with pearl finish for veneering
Additive Manufacturing (AM) and CNC milling are both viable technologies to manufacture high-end implant bars. Depending on individual implant bar assignments, you decide which technology is most suited for the bar suprastructure at hand.
We recommend fixed structures are milled to take advantage of AM technology, while bars with attachments may be fabricated using either technology.
Either way, we streamline the implant bar design with esthetic transitions and polish finishes, offering a perfect fit for the patient and maximum space for the dental technician to finish the final prosthesis.
The use of high-strength titanium alloy provides structures that are multiple times stronger than commonly used materials. Overall, offers the following advantages:
Freedom of shape
The unlimited geometric freedom of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies is combined with the accuracy of CNC controlled machining to produce an excellent passive fit, without the shape limitations imposed with CNC milling technology.
Undercuts, honeycombs, and various surface finishes are used to provide superior mechanical retention to dental polymers. AM technology provides for both macro and micro retentions.
Additive Manufacturing (AM) laser-based technology sequentially builds up thin Titanium layers bottom up. This explains the unlimited design freedom that is associated with our proprietary AM technology. The full freedom in form and function allows dental technicians to design the most sophisticated implant bridges, including highly complex surface retentions and individual emergence profiles.
High Strength Titanium Alloy
All bridge suprastructures are made of medical grade high-strength Titanium alloy. This material is much harder and multiple times stronger than grade II pure Titanium that is widely used in CNC milling. Clinical trials going back to 2006 have validated the strength of this alloy For cases where the technician wishes to veneer porcelain directly to the structure, ceramic cobalt chrome (CTE 14.0) is also available. Titanium and Ceramic Chrome Cobalt Alloys
Patient Specific Design
The layered AM approach allows for designing individual emergence profiles on each of the implant connections, perfectly following the patient’s gingival profile. This results in an aesthetic solution, since no metal will be visible in the mouth of the patient. Moreover, it improves the long-term functionality because the prosthetic material is actually enclosed in the small gap formed by the SealWise edge. This avoids the occurrence of micro gaps or chipping of the prosthetic material around the implant connection. This also allows the Dental Team to “reline” the prosthesis to compensate for loss of bone and supportive tissue.
Overdenture Bars include Attachments
LOCATOR Attachment (thread-in)
Preci-Dolder Bars Rigid and Resilient
Preci-Clix Spherical Attachment (thread-in, laser-weld, or bondable)
M3 and M2 Ceka and Ceka Revax
Universal Plunger Loc