CAD/CAM technology

In cooperation with milling center we manufacture non metal ceramic teeth compensations with micron accuracy by applying the latest  CAD/CAM technology.

With the help of CAD/CAM technology your teeth may restore its beauty and performance.

In the age of modern technology we might say that the entire society is surrounded by high tech economy. CAD/CAM technology is a procedure of creating completed crowns and bridges out of solid ceramic blocks  by milling process.

CAD/CAM, stands for dental Computer-Aided-Design/Computer-Aided-Manufacture, representing computer sculpting and creating of inlays, onlays, crowns and bridges. The technology development  began with machine copy milling  until it reached complete computer controlled systems with a large  database of dental restorations that enabled automatic creation of crowns and bridges.


Zirconia Cad-Cam (non metal) ceramics


Zirconium is a ceramic material by choice intended for durable and highly aesthetic compensations. It is used for teeth and implants from individual to multiple teeth compensations.

Industrial material shades come in four variations: white, light, medium and intensive) garanteeing imperishable color and durability of material.


Alumina Cad-Cam (non metal) ceramics Al2O3

alluminio-fotkaAluminum oxide (Alumina) as a core material of Procera teeth compensation

Perfectly bio compatible material, highly durable and resistant. Its chemical features high adhesivity and white color provide translucency offering natural appearance.

High rate of translucency makes alumina ideal for use in aesthetically demanding jaw regions This material has shown promising long term clinical outcomes for one tooth compensation and frontal bridges with two up to four elements.


Non metal crown features:

  • durability
  • extreme strength
  • highly biological compatibility
  • complete non metal construction
  • lack of black edges around gingiva
  • immense translucency
  • Zirconia construction may be colored individually after a color of patient’s tooth