artegral®

The Next Generation

artegral®

The Next Generation

artegral®

The next generation artegral is the adaption to contemporary needs with added value for the modern user. Aesthetic and function of matured kind. In constructive dialogue with users, the artegral anterior was designed closest to nature, new moulds developed leaving prosthetic newly interpreted.

Contemporary removable prosthetics require intelligent materials. They should resist abrasion, without provoking potentially damaging hyperbalances and their consequences. On the other hand, they must be fracture-proof to guarantee a long wearing life in tertiary structures. Two material compositions are available for the artegral® posterior: Filler-free Organic Modified Polymer-Network - OMP-N® and artegral® HD with inorganic, Highly Modified Polymer-Network

anterior

  • new, additional anterior moulds: BO, BI und IT
  • perfect light-refraction
  • life-like layers
  • 20 upper und 13 lower anterior moulds
  • ideal for hybrid and implant constructions as well as for full and partial prosthetics
  • plaque-resistant, made of Organic Modified Polymer-Network (OMP-N®)

posterior

  • Fully anatomical, cusp angle 25°
  • 10 posteriors
  • Full bodied, like a natural tooth
  • Clear finding centric for natural and artificial antagonists
  • Time-saving handling: basal shaped, integrated set-up aid, Preventive Shift Groove (PSG®)
  • Made of Organic Modified Polymer-Network (OMP-N®) and Highly Modified Polymer-Network (HMP-N®) for combined and hybrid prosthetics

Characteristics

  • Filler-free Organic Modified Polymer-Network - OMP-N® 
  • artegral® HIGH DEFINITION with inorganic, Highly Modified Polymer-Network
  • Resistance to plaque due to the uniform PMMA structure
  • Homogeneous PMMA layering, therefore easy processing when producing Prosthetics

Range

anterior UJ LJ XL L M S XS
C-shape
B-shape
BO-shape
BI-shape
I-shape
IT-shape
posterior

Available in 16 V-shades A1-D4 and Bleach BL1-BL4.

Please find detailed information of moulds and sizes in the mould chart.