Removable Restorations

Digital Denture is a manufacturing process for the rapid digital production of removable dentures. The process integrates the treatment steps in the dental practice with the digital manufacturing processes in the lab. Exclusive design software and coordinated materials, combined with well-designed manufacturing strategies and the state-of-the-art 3D printing and milling equipment platform, provide predictable and consistent results.
Digital Denture is engineered to help users save time compared with conventional denture fabrication methods and to benefit from shorter manufacturing times, fewer manual working steps and fewer interruptions in the workflow than with conventional procedures. In addition, the need for creating and articulating stone casts is eliminated. Model analysis and tooth setup is designed to be completed in considerably less time than with conventional methods. Digital Denture covers the following indications: complete dentures (upper and lower jaw), single-arch complete dentures (upper or lower jaw), duplicate complete dentures and immediate complete dentures.

ATLANTIS Conus concept
The ATLANTIS Conus concept provides fully edentulous patients with a cost-effective, implant-supported prosthesis. The solution has the stability of a friction-retained, non-resilient prostheses, but the comfort of a fixed restoration. The concept is composed of patient-specific ATLANTIS Conus abutments (overdenture) together with prefabricated SynCone caps. The ATLANTIS Conus abutments are individually designed using the patented ATLANTIS VAD (Virtual Abutment Design) software. This ensures that all abutments are parallel to each other, and that their restorative margin is as close to the soft tissue as possible. In addition ATLANTIS Conus concept also offers several advantages for patients like easy cleaning, optimal chewing function and sense of taste and desirable phonetic function and esthetic result.

A conventional overdenture restoration is a combination restoration using acrylic denture teeth and processing these teeth with to an acrylic denture base.. The challenge with this type of restoration is the constant repair that is necessary, due to denture teeth breaking, or coming lose.
To help alleviate this problem, Sculpture Studios developed a process of designing and fabricating with milling and printing technology, a High strength Polymer,or CR CO (chrome cobalt) precision bar. Once the bar design is completed and approved, a unique one piece-monolithic PMMA tooth set up is designed and milling from a high quality, double crossed linked PMMA. This precision milled monolithic tooth set up, is then bonded to the bar, and tissue shaded composite is applied to the gingival area to complete the esthetics.