Flexible, durable and lightweight biomaterials, that offer a more natural dental solution than traditional material alternatives, such as metal or ceramic
More shock absorbent than other dental materials Titanium, helps improve clinical outcome1
PEEK-OPTIMA™ biocompatibility in conformance with ISO 10993-1, for use in the manufacture of medical devices for long-term implantable dental applications3
On a weight for weight basis PEEK-OPTIMA is stronger than metal and offers superior mechanical performance and long-term resilience
The high-performance polymers called PEEK and PEKK have exciting potential in dentistry as a metal alternative for removable and implant prosthetic frameworks.” Professor Paul Tipton
Lecture highlights by Dr Carlos Moura Guedes on new possibilities for high-performance polymers in the MALO CLINIC Protocol.
Professor Paul Tipton and Dr Bernd Siewert compare injection-molding and CAD/CAM milling in the fabrication of dental prosthetics and share the advantages CAD/CAM processing offers
A comparison between titanium and Juvora implant prosthetic frameworks.
JUVORA is a ready-to-go dental device made from PEEK-OPTIMA polymer that has been CE, FDA and ANVISA cleared for implant borne fixed or removable prosthetic frameworks made through CAD/CAM workflows.
PEEK-OPTIMA™ polymer blends proven performance with superior wear, safety and comfort. Since Invibio introduced PEEK-OPTIMA as the first implantable PEEK polymer in 1999, it has earned the confidence and gained the acceptance of the global medical community.
The properties of PEEK-OPTIMA™ Natural, used in the JUVORA™ disc device, are closer to bone than metal, so there is more flex.3
Because of its natural flexibility, the polymer allows a more uniform stress transfer to the underlying area of bone, which: