Step-by-step to a patient-individual solution
Impression and Transfer Check
A perfectly precise impression of the clinical situation is the main prerequisite for a successful restoration. A transfer check should always be made.
Model and Wax-up
The laboratory uses the impression as a template for fabrication of the model and the wax-up. Both are sent to Compartis.
Compartis scans the model and the wax-up with the highest precision and prepares a patient-specific suggested design for the proposed construction. The virtual 3-D design is sent to the dental laboratory, where it can be examined and requests for modification can be relayed.
Once the dental laboratory has approved the design, Compartis prepares a customized milling strategy. The program takes patient-specific planning data into account as well as material-specific or technical fabrication parameters. Then the construction is milled from zirconium, titanium or cobalt-chrome.
Once the structure has been received, the bar prosthesis is fabricated in the laboratory and the construction is veneered for an esthetic finish.
The highly esthetic and precise prosthetic restoration is incorporated into the patient's mouth in the usual manner.