ROE fabricates temporaries for nealy all situations, be it immediate implants, long-term crown and bridge temps, onlays to test bites, or just mock-ups. All our temps are fabricated using digital technology, which leads to precision, 3D previews, and lots of options.
Laboratory fabricated provisionals have always presented challenges – the need for chairside additions, relining with limited material thickness, and insufficient material choices, all inhibit optimal esthetics and strength. Denture teeth bonded together with acrylic are esthetic, but usually do not offer long-term strength. Light-cured composites are a possibility; however, they can be difficult to reline and even harder to add-to or modify chairside. Processed acrylic has traditionally been the best compromise. With the use of CAD/CAM technology, ROE is now offering provisional restorations fabricated from a special dense, porosity-free polymethyl-methacrylate commonly called PMMA, which is milled in our industrial milling machines. Technicians use our powerful CAD system to design ideal anatomy and contours with materials much stronger than hand-mixed acrylic.