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Premilled blanks: the custom abutment for every implant

Proxera provides efficient industrial Röders RXP500DS 5 axis machining centres equipped with a 24 pallet loader that operate continuously, 7 days a week, and it already has agreements in place with the majority of manufacturers, allowing it to receive premilled blanks for every implant connection with reduced delivery times.

Finished and polished partial dentures: a new process for guaranteed quality and repeatability

Proxera revolutionises the finishing and polishing process for partial dentures using a scalable, replicable solution that can be adapted to any production volume, for guaranteed quality and repeatability.

Lithium disilicate: versatility and aesthetic quality

Lithium disilicate features several benefits, as it combines versatility and sturdiness with an excellent aesthetic result. The range of processing offered by Proxera includes reduced or anatomical crowns and sintered disilicate bridges.

Removable partial denture: a complete service from design to manufacture

Proxera also offers digital DESIGN of partial dentures: specialist dental technicians who are up to date with the latest trends in the field will deal with the CAD design of the prosthesis taking care of all the stages of production until finishing.

Zirconia: the best material for dental restorations

After years of study, zirconium oxide has become the material of excellence in the production of dental restorations thanks to its translucency, biocompatibility, lightness and sturdiness. The dental technician can rely on Proxera®, service specialized in digital processing, for the realization of bridges and crowns in zirconium.

Custom prosthesis reinforcement bars and meshes

Laser Melting replaces the melting activities that normally engage the dental technician who is preparing to make their prostheses more resistant. Avoiding the equipment necessary for melting, being able to easily and digitally modify the reinforcement before printing, and saving overall time are the main advantages that 3D metal printing offers to reinforcement bars and meshes.

Permanent prostheses made of dental HIPC

HIPC or High Impact Polymer Composite is an amorphous cross-linking composite material, chemically inert, offering remarkably high physical values for their category. High workability, elasticity and the possibility to choose from most of the options offered by the VITA color scale, are unique characteristics of this type of material that allow the dental technician to use in a wide range of cases.

Bridges on natural abutments and bridges on laser melting implants

Compared to solid material machining, the use of laser melting technology for bridges and bridges over implants and abutments is advantageous in terms of cost and manufacturing time, while ensuring the same quality.

Peek: high-performance resin at the service of dental technicians

Peek is a sturdy lightweight material, which is distinguished by an elastic modulus capable of absorbing chewing loads and the ability to adhere perfectly to both acrylic resins and composites. These peculiarities make peek the ideal solution for implant prostheses such as Toronto bridge, structures on natural abutments and abutments over implants, bridges and crowns to be stratified made of composite.

Laser Melting bars

The creation of bars by laser melting is the optimal choice whether you opt for a wire bar, or if you decide to follow the anatomy of the mucosa. Morpho-functional characteristics will be adapted to the intended use but there will be a significant reduction in production times.