Temporaries - In just 3 days

What we need:

  • Full arch cast
  • Centric relation

RadicaWhat you get:

  • Light cured (Radica®) temporary crown or bridge ready for placement

Radica® is a provisional and diagnostic material that uses light curing technology to deliver highly-esthetic, long-term provisional appliances. The simple, time saving procedures allow for easy layering of dentin and enamel, for lifelike esthetics.

  • Up to 2 years in the mouth for inlays/onlays, veneers, crown and bridges through the 2nd bicuspid (1 pontic)*
  • Indicated for fabrication of all provisional dental restorations for up to 6 months
  • For demanding long-term cases, such as perio and implant
  • Has minimal shrinkage with virtually no chairside adjustments
  • Engineered radiopacity optimal for chairside CT scans or X-rays

Esthetics - Gripper Flipper

Using tooth shaded acetal resin, the Gripper Flipper replaces missing teeth or creates an esthetic improvement by slipping over abutment teeth for retention. Although not a long term restoration, the Gripper Flipper gives your patient a temporary solution to esthetic issues, and an idea of how their teeth could look with more traditional restorations.

  • Improved esthetics
  • Low cost
  • Removable for hygiene
  • Better than an esthetic wax-up to convince your patient to get "permanent" restorations


Diagnostic wax-ups - In just 3 to 5 days

A diagnostic wax up is a valuable device for any esthetic case as it gives you and the patient a preview of how their finished case will look. Using this tool, you can effectively manage the patient's expectations by showing them the possibilities, or the limitations, of their situation.

What we need:

  • Maxillary and mandibular pre-operative casts
  • Centric relation

What you get:

  • Treatment plan
  • Cost estimate for treatment plan
  • Original casts
  • Duplicate cast mounted with diagnostic wax-up

Functional mounting - In just 2 days

For functional diagnosis, casts mounted in an adjustable articulator in the correct relation to the cranium and temporomandibular joints serve to complement the clinical examination. They are also useful for documentation of the patient's current occlusal condition. In some cases correctly mounted casts modified by a diagnostic wax-up, selective grinding and/or setup, are the primary requirement for preparing and carrying out an occlusal pretreatment as well as for planning the definitive treatment.

What we need:

  • Max/mand casts or impression
  • Facebow
  • Bite fork & post

What you get:

  • Functional mounting

Custom trays - In just 1 to 2 days

What we need:

  • Max/mand casts or impression

What you get:

  • Appropriately relieved & formed custom trays made from light-cured or form-a-tray material with a handle and with or without holes.

Occlusal rim (if centric relation not provided earlier) - In just 1 to 2 days

What we need:

  • Max/mand casts or impression
  • Patient's tissue shade if baseplate is to made of acrylic

What you get:

Appropriately formed baseplate of either light cured material or acrylic with wax rims for making centric relation.