PFM Bridge

Our metal dental substructures are made only of accredited alloys from the top manufacturers and each case includes an Identalloy certificate for the patient record.
 

Vintage Halo

  • The medium fusing porcelain system had been developed over several years in cooperation with Makoto Yamamoto and features a natural scattering and reflection of light (halo effect)
  • Compatible with Lamina Vest and other refractory materials in C.T.E range of 13.8 – 14.4 to produce all ceramic veneers, inlays and onlays. Feldspar porcelain components (C.T.E. 13.0)
  • Matches any metal in the C.T.E range of: 13.8 – 15.0
  • The best range for Halo is a metal with a C.T.E with 13.8 – 14.6. Slow cool necessary above 14.6 – 15.0. Compatible with alloys which have a silver content < 40%
  • High temperature for Dentin / Body bake 910 – 930C
  • Halo is considered a medium fusing porcelain
  • Incorporates metal oxide in glass matrix
  • Unlimited shelf life
     

Benefits

  • Feldspar based veneering Ceramic
  • 2 or 3 powder built up possible
  • Low shrinkage
  • Module components
  • Even distribution of leucite in glass matrix Intuitive system components
  • Compatible low shrinkage, fluorescent margin porcelain
  • Wear kind against antagonist matching
  • Works with most other porcelains, florescence where it natural occurs