Ceramill FDS now offers the option of milling dental arches and tooth segments

Amann Girrbach is expanding its Ceramill Full Denture System (FDS) to include the validated Ivotion materials from Ivoclar and is updating the Ceramill Mind software accordingly. This allows even more components to be individually combined in the fabrication of removable full dentures. Users thus benefit from greater flexibility as well as time and cost efficiency.

The Ceramill Full Denture System offers the industry’s broadest range of options for fabricating dentures digitally. By adding the proven dental materials Ivotion Dent and Ivotion Dent Multi as well as the impact-resistant denture base material Ivotion Base from Ivoclar, users can now also mill individual dental arches and tooth segments for the first time – and all within a validated workflow.

Whereby the pearl structure effect of Ivotion Dent Multi creates a particularly harmonious colour gradient. The previous options of milling denture bases or fabricating them via 3D printing technology and then combining them with the prefabricated teeth of leading manufacturers, are now extended to include an aesthetic and cost-effective alternative.

In addition, the Ceramill FDS is distinguished by an end-to-end digital workflow and the seamless interaction of software and hardware. In this context, the Ceramill Mind Software has been updated so that all components, materials and the stored gap dimensions and milling strategies are precisely matched.

“With the expansion of tooth libraries, fabrication possibilities and design options, the Ceramill FDS offers maximum flexibility. Thanks to the update, we are now in an even better position to cover different cost segments, so that individual patient wishes can be optimally addressed,” said Maria Stroppe, product manager for Laboratory CAD/CAM Software and 3D Printing at Amann Girrbach.