Amann Girrbach’s Ceramill Sintron Celebrates 10 Years of Solid Results

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Company’s revolutionary processing of CoCr was designed to allow milling metal to be as easy as wax.

Amann Girrbach’s Ceramill Sintron Celebrates 10 Years of Solid Results | Image Credit: © Amann Girrbach

Amann Girrbach’s Ceramill Sintron Celebrates 10 Years of Solid Results | Image Credit: © Amann Girrbach

After a decade of great results, Amann Girrbach has plans to celebrate the success of its CoCr sintering metal Ceramill Sintron with promotions tied into CyberWeek, set to take place this year, November 13 to 17.

In 2013, Amann Girrbach launched the CoCr sintering metal Ceramill Sintron, which has since enjoyed strong support from the industry worldwide. The soft wax-like, millable CrCo was unveiled at IDS 10 years ago. Sintron CrCo can be milled on the same mill laboratories use for zirconia. With the high costs of noble metal, Ceramill Sintron has become an attractive material option for many markets, according to the company.

To mark its 10th anniversary, the dental manufacturer—with multiple facilities around the globe including Amann Girrbach AG in Koblach, Austria, and Amann Girrbach North America, LP in Charlotte, North Carolina—is now announcing its own promotional campaign to coincide with this year’s CyberWeek.

The Ceramill Sintron CoCr sintering metal innovation helped the product gain popularity from early on in its inception. The non-precious metal was designed to revolutionize the manufacturing process, as Ceramill Sintron blanks reportedly can be dry milled effortlessly on in-house desktop machines such as the Ceramill Motion 3 due to their wax-like nature.

For dental labs committed to maintaining PFM work, Ceramill Sintron chrome cobalt alloy is said to demonstrate strength and esthetics in a variety of restorative solutions. Sintron’s wax-like qualities in its presintered stage ensure that milling is quick and easy, providing an ideal result that is said to be perfect for porcelain layering and bonding.

During the subsequent sintering process under inert gas flooding, the frames achieve their final state—a non-precious metal unit with a very homogeneous material structure, precise, without cavities, and machinable with any common metal veneer ceramic within the CTE range, according to Amann Girrbach. The product brought a change in the fabrication of CoCr restorations, with a manufacturing process that involves only few steps.

According to the data available now after 10 years of market surveillance, the company says Ceramill Sintron has proven itself to be an established and clinically proven material. Developed together with the Fraunhofer IFAM Dresden and validated by independent universities and accredited test laboratories, the material and the matched workflow assure maximum safety for the user and the patient.

Visit the Amann Girrbach webshop during CyberWeek for promotional offers on Ceramill Sintron and other Amann Girrbach products, and visit here for more information: https://us.ag.store/.

Amann Girrbach is a pioneer in dental CAD/CAM technology and a leading innovator and preferred full-service provider in digital dental prosthetics. With its high degree of expertise in development and commitment to customer orientation, the company offers sophisticated workflow solutions in which software systems and the AG.Live cloud platform play a central role. High-quality dental materials, a dedicated technical service with a global helpdesk, as well as educational offers and training courses round off the portfolio. Its customers in around 100 countries are made up of dental practices, practice laboratories, and dental laboratories.

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