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PFM - Porcelain Fused to Base, Nobel (semi) and High Nobel

Partner with ROE Dental Laboratory and place crowns and bridges designed with the latest and most technologically advanced CAD/CAM system in the industry.

In 2004 we introduced Cynovad, our CAD/CAM stereo lithography rapid prototyping systepfm 3shapem used for creating wax copings. Today we use many high-tech systems to digitally compute cement space, automatically detect the margin, determine undercut area, and optimize porcelain support. This technology has elevated our PFM department and provided our clients with a superior restoration. We are thrilled to report that the process has shown tremendous results, increasing precision at the margin and accuracy of internal fit, and without doubt predictably enhanced porcelain support.

Clinical consistency and saving our clients time is always our goal. This new technology fits flawlessly into our plan of building restorations of lasting value: CAD/CAM addresses the strength and fit of the restoration, an assigned personal ceramists ensure consistency of esthetics, and model equilibration minimizes seating time.

ADA CODES: D2750 Single Crown PFG


PCC - Porcelain Cobalt / Chrome - The New BioCompatible PFM

25 Million restoration placed world wide!

The dominant PFM in Europe for more than a Decade.

BioComptibility in dentistry since the1940's!

With the ability to mill extremely precise parts with our Datron D5 mill ROE is introducing cobalt chrome (Co/Cr) to our customers as an excellent alloy alternative. There are many reasons to make the switch to Co/Cr. It has been a trusted material, utilized since the 1940’s, in tens of millions of restorations. In fact this alloy has been the standard-of-care in Europe for many years. Chrome cobalt is a very strong alloy that is biocompatible and free from nickel and beryllium. All PFM restorations made with Co/Cr will be fabricated with high-tech milling, which produces extremely precise, thin margins, porosity-free copings, and precisely-controlled designs. This is very significant. The days of waxing, investing, casting, divesting, and finishing are gone. Due to the elimination of so many variable-filled steps, greater predictability and accuracy are inevitable with milled PFM restorations. Once these copings are created, ceramists use traditional layering techniques to produce esthetic restorations.

Milled Co/Cr PFM restorations represent the most advanced PFM restoration available. With the high cost of precious alloys, the flat fee of $135 per unit make these restorations a great value.