PMMA

CC DISK PMMA is recomended for the manufacture of temporary restorations used for the formation of gums after the placement of dental implants and for the precise determination of occlusal contacts before the insertion of final prosthetic structures.

Rules to follow:

  • The minimum wall thickness in the occlusal area is 1 mm and in the cervical area 0.6 mm
  • The bond must be at least 10 mm2 in the frontal region and 15 mm2 in the distal region
  • In the distal part, the maximum allowable span is of the two missing teeth.
  • Polish with polishing pastes suitable for processing acrylates such as Unilesk or Diamond polishing paste.
  • Use soft polishing instruments.
  • After polishing, clean the prosthetic replacement with steam or in an ultrasonic bath.
  • For successful cementation, clean the pontics and the inside of the prosthetic replacement with alcohol or diethyl ether. Cement with provisional cement.
  • The finished product can remain in the patient's mouth for up to 5 years.

CC DISK PMMA Multilayer is a multi-layered disc consisting of five color shades with gentle color gradient that gives a natural look. It is recomended for the manufacture of temporary restorations, for the formation of gums immediately after implantation, for study trials, and for the verification of occlusal contacts prior to the fabrication of the final restoration.

CC DISK PMMA Pink is used for the production of aesthetic bases for total dentures, partial prosthetics and for the immediate loading of dentures on implants as a long-term temporary solution in combination with acrylic teeth. Attach the acrylic teeth to the base with PMMA resin or composite material in combination with a suitable primer.

CC DISK PMMA transparent is recomended for the production of frames for casting metal structures and for modeling for pressed ceramics. Milled model can also be tested in the patients mouth, as PMMA Clear is a 100% organic material.

 

INDICATIONS:

  • Milled models for casting metal structures
  • Milled models for pressed ceramics
  • Testing of the milled structure in the mouth before casting
  • Testing of the milled structure in the mouth before milling permanent frames


CC DISK PMMA X-Ray Opaque is used for milling X-ray visible teeth on a diagnostic splint to show the position of the teeth when planning the position of dental implants according to an X-ray or CT image.

Missing teeth are formed in a CAD program. Particular attention should be paid to the anatomical shape of the joints in the cervical region. The bottom of the anatomical link must be in full contact with the gums and must maintain the natural shape of the tooth.

Attaching the diagnostic splint in the mouth:

  • In the case of prepared adjacent teeth, it is possible to design and attach a temporary bridge for X-ray imaging. The same STL file can be used for the diagnostic splint and temporary bridge but the shape of the individual pontics must be anatomical!
  • In the case of healthy adjacent teeth, clasps can be designed for individual pontics and smaller bridges. In the case of larger works, it is necessary to thermoform the foil over the diagnostic splint on the plaster model and shape it accordingly.


For a total dentures, it is necessary to make a transparent palatal base plate, to which the milled radiopaque teeth are attached during X-ray imaging. The diagnostic splint can be used as a surgical guide after the holes have been drilled properly.

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