Cemented crowns and bridges are a crucial part of everyday dental work
To support our customers in the Dental industry we offer metal 3D Printed restorations.
All of our PFM restorations are produced using the very latest metal 3D printing laser sintering technology. Our products are CE certified and produced to an accuracy of +/- 20 microns.
Using a digital process for the production of PFM frameworks allows for more accurate, repeatable, and reliable results than traditional lost-wax casting methods. No more rocking, re-works, soldering, or welding. Instead you can focus on building up ceramic and delivering high quality aesthetics.
Using metal 3D printing for the production of PFM frameworks also gives a higher surface roughness than milled crowns or bridges, meaning that the bonding between metal and ceramic is stronger, whilst the adhesion between metal and cement is also superior.
At Sinterex we produce the full range of crown and bridges including copings, anatomic caps, Maryland arches, multiple pontics, and full-span bridges.
All of our PFM restorations are made using a bio-compatible Cobalt Chrome alloy which is FDA approved, EU approved, and also approved by the UAE Ministry of Health.
The metal conforms to the EN ISO 9693 standard for bonding strength as well as the requirements of EN ISO 7405, EN ISO 10993-1, and EN ISO 10993-5 regarding the biocompatibility of PFM materials.
The mechanical properties of the metal are comparable with a traditional cast metal, giving a CTE of 14.5. As such, our PFM restorations are compatible with nearly all ceramics including Vita, Shofu, GC, Ivoclar, and Geller.