The “functional scanner” – precise, quick and with Splitex integration
The CAD/CAM entry-level scanner with flexible model fixation – easy, quick and precise
The intelligent design software – the “soul” and heart of digital framework fabrication. Developed according to dental technology logic
Upgrades for Ceramill Mind, including artex, m-plant, mindforms, trusmile, m-bars, m-splint and microshell
Upgrade for Ceramill Map400
The Ceramill Map200 is a fully automatic stripe-light scanner offering uncomplicated handling with high precision, making it an ideal introduction to CAD/CAM technology or for all users who want to produce precise scan data cost-effectively. Equipped with the latest technology and high-resolution 3D sensors, this extremely compact desktop scanner effortlessly creates high-quality scans of plaster and impression models, including wax-ups. The model can be fixed in position during scanning with or without the use of the Splitex system, which, together with the automatic user guidance, makes the scan process quick, easy and comfortable. At the same time, a particularly large measuring field ensures efficient, time-saving scanning of the models using only 2 axes. In combination with the Ceramill Mikro dry milling machine it creates an optimum entry-level or back-up package for computer-supported, in-house fabrication of accurately fitting restorations.
Ceramill Map200 has an open interface, so that scans (STL files) can also be loaded into other CAD programs.
The intelligent design software – developed according to dental technology logic
The Ceramill Mind design software, developed by Amann Girrbach in close collaboration with dental technicians, meets all requirements. Perfectly coordinated to the Ceramill Map400-Scanner the Ceramill Mind integrated seamlessly into the system architecture of the Ceramill system and impresses due to its ease of operation, process reliability and precision.
The user interface of the CAD programme, which is orientated to the conventional laboratory workflow, considerably simplifies the framework fabrication process and covers a comprehensive range of indications from crowns, bridges, inlays/onlays and telescope crowns to customised abutments. Features and areas of applica-tion are progressively refined, allowing the Ceramill Mind to be upgraded by a large number of software modules.
Virtual Artex CR as Upgrade for Ceramill Map400 and Ceramill Mind. The functional interface between manual and digital prosthetic dentistry.
With manual production of dental prosthesis working with the articulator is standard for dental laboratories. In order to achieve the same quality of the works virtually, it is only logical and consistent to enable this by means of a CAD-CAM system. The virtual articulator “Ceramill Artex” serves as a bridge between manual and digital techniques:
The model pair in the Artex articulator is transfered to the Map400-scanner while holding the same Artex mode by means of the Ceramill Transferkit; it is subsequently scanned-in in the appropriate proportion. The movement options of the Artex® CR are thus synchronised digitally and manually. Interfering structures may already be removed thus reducing time-consuming grinding in the patient’s mouth to a minimum.
Ceramill Mind abutment module for the fabrication of customised abutments and screw-retained bridges
Aesthetic demands in dentistry are increasing and ever more patients are prepared to invest in their dental health. This ensures an unabated advance of implantology. But the price must be right – for end customers and laboratories.
An ideal approach to bring high demands and low costs under the same roof is the fabrication of customised implant abutments in-house in the laboratory. Amann Girrbach enables abutments for all conventional implant systems and techniques to be fabricated with maximum preci-sion and full value creation with the in-house concept based on the Ceramill Motion 2 milling machine and the Ceramill Mind CAD software.
The Ceramill library teeth designed by Knut Miller are specially tailored to the requirements of CAD design and set new standards in the digital design of restorations.
Library teeth based on the tooth moulds best seller by Knut Miller
Accelerates functional design of fully anatomical crowns and bridges
Characteristic and natural surface morphology and topography
Very finely detailed definition facilitates the design of occlusal surfaces and fissures
Ceramill Trusmile displays the library teeth of the Ceramill Mind software with a natural shade gradient. An overall impression of the finished restoration is therefore conveyed during the design stage and ensures optimum aesthetic results.
Library teeth are displayed in the Ceramill Mind software similar to the finished restoration
Improved aesthetic orientation during the design of restorations in the CAD software
Enables material-specific display of scans and design elements, e.g. telescope crowns
In-house fabrication of customised bars made from Ceramill Sintron (CrCo) or wax (for Windows 7)
Ceramill M-Bars enable fab-rication of customised bars made from Ceramill Sintron or Ceramill Wax. Very differ-ent bar designs, placement of attachments and retention as well as punching out of holes can also be implemented. The bars can then be fabricated in-house using the Ceramill Motion 2 (5X).
Therapeutic splints – functional and accurately fitting
The Ceramill M-Splint was specially developed for the fabrication of customised therapeutic splints, which can be fabricated accurately fitting with interference-free functionality with the aid of the Ceramill Artex articulator.
After the design, the splints can fabricated from the Ceramill Splintec PMMA blank using the Ceramill Motion 2 (5X). As a Class 2a medical device Ceramill Splintec is suitable for long-term use.
Aesthetically high-quality temporary eggshell restorations for immediate treatment
Ceramill Microshell is an upgrade module for the fabrication of thin, patient-specific temporary eggshell restorations as aesthetic, high-quality immediate treatment even before preparation. A virtual preparation margin is defined paragingivally on the as yet unprepared teeth on the scanned anatomical model.
The temporary restoration designed later is produced as a shell of uniform thickness and the outer form of the unprepared tooth of the patient situation or library teeth. The final temporary restoration can be quickly fabricated with the aid of the temporary eggshell restoration immediately after preparation.