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Hi-Impact Composite

By definition, a dental prosthesis is an intraoral (inside the oral cavity/mouth) prosthesis that is used to restore intraoral defects such as missing teeth, or its missing parts. The can be grouped together as SAPTeethTM.

SAPTeethTM

One of the most advanced material group for these artificial teeth are called SAPTeethTM. These are a group of highly advanced polymers which are specially constructed to protect the bone, the implants and the natural tooth under the prosthesis.Based on research, it is concluded that ceramic, porcelain, Ni-Cr (metal) and titanium teeth exert stresses on the bone that are about 24 to 149 times more than the forces exerted by SAPTeethTM. Thisdifference is largely down to the shock-absorbing ability of these polymers. Therefore, in patients with a weak bone structure or brittle bone,SAPTeethTM are recommended over conventional prostheses.

Why should I choose SAPTeethTM?

In case of breakage due to any reason including trauma, the repair of these composites is quite easy, and can be performed in the mouth itself. In cases of repeated breakage, only 10mm of either side of the breakage is remade. This ensures that the original strength is regained.In case of infection in the underlying tooth or implant, the whole bridge does not need to be removed, but instead, only the relevant part may be treated and consequently refurbished in a brief period of time at chairside itself. When there are habits like pan chewing, supari chewing, heavy bite or bruxism, the eating surface may wear off, but the re-layering can be done at only a fraction of the price and in very little time.

Other Advantages of SAPTeethTM

  • Look and feel natural
  • Apply 24 to 149 times less stress than conventional prostheses
  • Can be completed on the same day
  • Fast and modular repair in case of underlying tooth infection
  • Long-lasting with highimpact shock-absorption
  • Are very light in weight

Types of SAPTeethTM

Produces safe, biocompatible, aesthetic, temporary protheses that are required to be replaced by a higher performance polymer due to wear and tear.
Increase the wearing time of the temporary resin prothesis and can be used as an intermittent prosthesis. They offer relatively higher polished aesthetics.
These are considered a universal genius. They offer the most elegant, varied solutions for a number of indications and can be used as permanent prostheses with an approved life span of >9 years.
Class 1 photopolymer biocompatible resins which are built via an additive laser process to delivery surgical guides and splits. They can be fitted as a framework or as temporary supports.
Flowable polymer which attaches itself to the surfaces of the implant, the natural teeth & the high-performance polymers, thereby creating a single unit for a more durable, success-oriented, and efficient dental prosthetic solution.
Applications:
  • Single to multiunit prosthesis.
  • Full mouth rehabilitation cases.
  • Implant supported restorations, especially in weak jaw and bone conditions.
  • As final restoration over PEEK framework, Zirconia framework and titanium framework.
  • Monolithic or veneered fixed prosthesis.
Another kind of polymer-baseddental prostheses is the nano-reinforced graphene biopolymer disc, especially indicated for permanent dental structures. They have properties similar to SAPT.HIPC and is available in different chromatic layers that provide an extremely naturalaesthetic appearance, in addition to solving various mechanical, physiochemical, and biological deficiencies that may be caused by other materials used in this sector.
Mechanical Properties:
  • Elastic modulus: > 3200 MPa
  • Flexural strength: > 140 MPa
Applications:
  • Single to multiunit prosthesis.
  • Full mouth rehabilitation cases.
  • Implant supported restoration especially in weak jaw bone conditions.
  • As final restoration over PEEK framework, Zirconia framework and titanium framework.
  • Monolithic or veneered fixed prosthesis.

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT www.sapteeth.com

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