The latest innovations allowing impeccable restorations of crowns and veneers can also be used for inlays and onlays, giving better results than ceramic*, as well as offering new treatment possibilities


Rapid fabrication

Computer-aided design

A very high-potential composite for bioprinting

    • Free of residual toxicity

Outperforms ceramic

More efficient than CAD/CAM ceramic materials for minimum restoration

A very high conversion rate after polymerisation

A long-lasting, high-quality resin

A particle that is: charged/biocompatible/cytocompatible

A personalised surface finish

A reputable, quality material adapted to the new 3D production process

Controlled costs

A dazzling smile, in the blink of an eye

* Clinical studies have confirmed the high quality and greater biocompatibility: University of Zurich UZH in 2019 and 2018, Universities of Umea and Copenhagen in 2017, the Academic Centre for Dentistry in Amsterdam (ACTA) in 2015, a CNRS Joint Research Unit in 2014, Universities of Sao Paulo and Portland in 2013.