Densign Dental Laboratory fabricates long-term temporaries using PMMA CAD technology. PMMA CAD consists of acrylate polymer (PMMA) blocks.

Densign Dental Laboratory creates restorations utilising a chairside design and milling system with PMMA CAD.

Restorations can be polished or characterized with stains quickly and efficiently. Incisal areas can be customized with light-curing layering materials or PMMA Lab materials to attain highly esthetic results.

Advantages:
Lifelike fluorescence.
6 shades: BL3, A1, A2, A3, A3.5 and B1.
Durable shade stability.
PMMA CAD blocks available in 2 bridge sizes: B40L, B55.
A industrial manufacturing process producing high material homogeneity.
Temporaries can be easily reproduced.
Long-term wear period – around 12-months.

Indications:
Temporary restorations on implants.
Temporary anterior and posterior crowns.
Temporary anterior and posterior bridges with up to 2 pontics.
Therapeutic restorations to correct occlusal adjustments and TMJ problems.