We are presenting you a new product in our portfolio!


Extremely light, biocompatible and high-performance polymer PEEK (polyether ether ketone) material represents an alternative to classic metal denture bases and many other indications. A strong and resistant material that, due to its light weight and its ability to absorb loads, presents patients a completely new comfort.


  • Tasteless.
  • It does not contain metals.
  • It absorbs chewing forces.
  • Highly stable at low weight.
  • No thermal or electrical conductivity.
  • Elasticity and strength are similar to human bone.
  • It can be sterilized in accordance with EN ISO 17665.
  • Very resistant to dental plaque, with an extremely smooth surface.
  • It is a Class IIa medical device that meets all relevant standards.
  • Extremely high flexural strength and resistance to wear and breakage.
  • It can also be processed intraorally, as this does not affect the structure of the material.
  • It can be individualized with known composite materials, such as Vita VM LC.
  • Biocompatible, wear-resistant and at the same time almost elastic like a human bone.
  • Due to its good friction properties, it is ideal as a replacement for galvanic technology.
  • The controlled industrial technical process ensures minimum material tension and best homogeneity.
  • Due to the ideal transmission of chewing forces, it is ideal for use over implants, as it absorbs chewing forces and promotes osseointegration.


  • 4-part bridge up to 2-pontics for posterior area
  • 6-part up to 2-pontics bridge anterior area
  • Partially removable
  • Telescopic work
  • Individual temporary abutment and healing abutment in anterior region
  • Fixed prosthesis all on 4 over implants
  • Reinforcement of total dentures (in region of alveolar ridge)
  • Maryland bridges, inlay supported pontic
  • Endo-crowns
  • Root posts

Dimensions: REF 1410 - 12mm, REF 1411 - 14mm, REF 1412 - 16mm, REF 1413 - 18mm, REF 1414 - 20mm in REF 1415 - 25mm

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