WHY DENTAL SPECIALISTS OPT FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE POLYMER SOLUTIONS?
Flexible, durable and lightweight biomaterials 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 STRENGTH OF METAL MEETS NATURAL COMFORT
Dental prosthetics made with JUVORATM enables superior precision through CAD/CAM workflows that delivers tailored fit and comfort1. Made from our PEEK-OPTIMA™ polymer, this innovative biomaterial flexes2 and, unlike metal, enables the absorption of shock in the masticatory system2, protecting the device and patient, especially in cases of bruxism which can lead to parafunction.
Furthermore, based on recent clinical research and compared to the literature values for titanium, our JUVORATM implant prosthetics offer potential benefits that include:
The JUVORA™ dental disc enables superior precision through CAD/CAM workflows that delivers tailored fit and comfort1. JUVORA is manufactured from PEEK-OPTIMA™ and delivers a shock absorbing, high performance polymer alternative to zirconia or metal, for permanent, fixed and removable dental frameworks.
JUVORA™ can be manufactured with most conventional CAD/CAM systems:
Based on research and compared to titanium, JUVORA™ dental discs:
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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