Why is the CHROME provisional special?

  • The CHROME provisional is the printed, immediate load, long-term prosthetic that is delivered during the day of surgery. It is esthetic, patient-pleasing appliance.
  • It is a natural-looking, beautiful, strong provisional.
  • Easy to adjust. Accepts composite, bonding agents, acrylic and VOCO, Stellar, Duralay, GC pattern resin luting materials.
  • It is designed from a smile simulation using proprietary tooth libraries.
  • It is designed for long-term post-surgical patient use.
  • Provides the perfect prototype for the final restoration

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Introduction to the CHROME Provisional
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C2F (Convert to Final) – Small Hole Technology

C2F (patent pending) is the CHROME philosophy of Small Hole Technology. This means delivering immediate prosthetics, during a CHROME surgery, with very small holes, rather than the typical industry-standard large holes. Small Hole Technology dramatically improves the performance of prosthetics and maintains the principal structure of the manufactured material.

C2F (Conversion to Final) - Small Hole Technology

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