CAD/CAM is a new technology in three-dimensional scanning so a model can be obtained with the precision of only a few micrometres. CAD/CAM eliminates wax models and castings and perfectly adapts to the imprint supplied by the dentist. This technique guarantees a highly automated production with a considerable saving of time and the elimination of further corrections. As a result, the prostheses structures do not show any stress or porosity. Oxidation is not required for veneering with ceramics.
Mesa has been producing discs for CAD/CAM milling systems for over 10 years. During this period of time, CAD/CAM discs have been supplied in many different materials, meeting up the continuous changes of the market requirements.
At present Mesa’s CAD/CAM discs are provided in the following materials: Magnum Splendidum, Magnum Lucens and Magnum Ceramic Co, all of them Cobalt-Chrome based.