The process-supporting ProArt CAD discs serve to transform conventional working steps in the laboratory into entirely digital processes. The dimensionally stable polymer and wax discs are easy to mill. As CAD/CAM auxiliary materials, they cover a wide range of indications.
ProArt CAD Try-In
ProArt CAD Try-In is a white PMMA disc, suitable for the fabrication of functional try-ins. This allows you to design the final restoration together with the patient according to their expectations and with the best possible fitting accuracy, e.g. during the production of digital dentures. The discs can also be used for the digital production of impression trays and functional trays.
- Functional try-ins, impression trays and functional trays
ProArt CAD Transfer
ProArt CAD Transfer are discs made from polyoxymethylene (POM), which are suitable for the productions of transfer templates. They enable artificial, pre-fabricated teeth to be cemented into a CAD/CAM-produced denture base with high position reliability.
- Transfer templates
ProArt CAD Splint
ProArt CAD Splint are discs made from a clear PMMA material. They are used to produce occlusal splints, e.g. for the treatment of bruxism. Drilling templates for implants can also be produced from the discs.
- Therapeutic restorations for the correction of TMJ problems and adjustments of the occlusal plane
- Occlusal splints
- Drilling templates
ProArt CAD Model
ProArt CAD Model are discs made from beige-coloured, fracture-proof polyurethane (PU). With this material it is possible to produce models using digital technology. The material, which can be steam cleaned, has a high material density and therefore a smooth, even surface.
- Production of acrylic models
ProArt CAD Wax
The process-supporting ProArt CAD discs serve to transform conventional working steps in the laboratory into entirely digital processes. The dimensionally stable polymer and wax discs are easy to mill. As CAD/CAM auxiliary materials, they cover a wide range of indications. The different ProArt CAD wax discs form the basis for detailed and accurate objects in dental technology.
ProArt CAD Wax yellow
ProArt CAD Wax yellow supports the press technique: The wax is specifically designed to suit the lithium disilicate glass-ceramic IPS e.max Press. The smooth surfaces allow for precise results with a high accuracy of fit. Since ProArt CAD Wax yellow combines well with the ProArt modelling and cervical waxes, customized, true-to-detail wax-ups are possible. The material burns out without leaving residue.
- Burn-out restorations for the press technique
ProArt CAD Wax blue
ProArt CAD Wax blue is suitable for the fabrication of crown and bridge models for the casting technique. Due to the high melting point, the wax discs can be processed without smearing. Their thermal stability makes it possible to produce large-span objects. ProArt CAD Wax blue burns out without leaving a residue.
- Burn-out restorations for the casting technique
ProArt CAD Wax pink
ProArt CAD Wax pink is used to create wax try-ins and individual wax bite rims in the complete denture technique. The discs can also be used for conventional finishing procedures in injection and pressing techniques - the ability to boil out for wax removal makes this possible.
- Wax bite rims and functional try-ins
ProArt Print Model
- Dental technical models
ProArt Print Splint
- Therapeutic splints for the correction of TMJ disorder and adjustments of the occlusal plane
- Occlusal splints
- Drilling templates
- Functional try-in bases for fixed and removable prosthetics
ProArt Print Wax
In the press technology, ProArt Print Wax is the ideal auxiliary material for use with IPS e.max Press: Single objects, such as inlays or onlays, can be produced using this material. In addition, it can be used to print wax trees with the help of the software add-on "Digital Wax Tree” from 3Shape.
- Burn-out restorations for pressing and casting techniques