BTK CAD-CAM is a service for both digital and conventional dental laboratories.
Dental structures can be directly made from the STL file generated by the laboratory or from the diagnostic wax-up that was previously modelled as is done for conventional casting techniques (3D digitalization service).
Our specialty is offering the widest range of solutions and services for all indications and clinical needs, such as screw-retained and cemented solutions for abutment-level and implant-level single and multiple restorations, bars, Toronto bridges and screw-retained bridges with excellent passive fit levels. BTK libraries are completely open and can be used with the best CAD software (Exocad, 3shape, Dentalwings, Dental Cad, etc.).
Semi-finished components of various materials for the dental sector can be made by means of milling processes and CAD-CAM technologies. The work flow entails scanning and digitalizing the model, checking the passive fit of the structure by probing and finally producing it in a highly precise and repeatable way with 5 axis machines.
This is an additive production technique that uses micrometric powders and high-power laser to make the metal component, layer by layer. The production process features utmost precision and versatility and this allows to make metal parts with a complex geometry, which are difficult to make with conventional methods. Laser Melting is one of the most innovative technologies in the dental field for the production of single or multiple cemented prostheses. Thanks to its optimal porosity, stability and workability characteristics, the material produced is ideal for subsequent laboratory work.
Available materials: Cobalt – chrome and grade 5 biocompatible titanium
DIGITAL 3D PRINTING
By means of 3D resin printing processes, you can make directly from STL files guided surgery templates and top precision and quality dental and orthodontic models. Thanks to the completely digital work flow, models can be directly obtained from the intraoral scan and can be made with removable dies and calibrated holes for analogues. The resin characteristics permit to accurately locate sensitive anatomic structures (e.g.: alveolar nerve, maxillary sinuses, incisive canals, etc.).