Crown and bridge prosthetics

Crowns and bridges made of BEGO PMMA Multicolor available in three colors (M01–M03)

BEGO PMMA Multicolor

High-performance PMMA with colour gradient
BEGO PMMA Multicolor is an industrially dyed thermoplastic highperformance material with color gradient. It is suitable for the production of crowns and bridges with up to two pontics, including restorations of a longer-term nature, as well as for metal-supported temporary restorations. 

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Indications

  • Crowns and bridges up to 16 units and up to two pontics
Shade allocation BEGO Zirkon HT01–HT07

BEGO Zirkon HT

The highly translucent zirconium dioxide for the highest aesthetic demands
The highly translucent zirconium dioxide guarantees not only excellent aesthetic results – especially in the posterior region – but also offers a range of other benefits. The high translucency facilitates natural aesthetics, which are indispensable for fully anatomical crowns and bridges.

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Indications

  • Fully anatomical crowns and bridges in the anterior and posterior regions with up to 16 units and a maximum of two pontics
  • Bridge frames for partially and fully veneered solutions in the anterior and posterior regions with up to 16 units and a maximum of two pontics
  • Dentine core crowns and bridges
  • Maryland bridges
Shade allocation BEGO Zirkon LT01–LT05

BEGO Zirkon LT

The translucent zirconium dioxide for the highest aesthetic demands
The high-strength zirconium dioxide is suitable for one-piece and two-piece abutments, single-tooth restorations as well as bridge frames with up to 16 units. The impressive strength of the material facilitates the production of bridge frames with up to two adjacent pontics.

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Indications

  • Frames for partially and fully veneered solutions with up to 16 units and up to two pontics
  • Fully anatomical crowns and bridges
  • Two-piece abutments for the anterior and posterior regions
  • Maryland bridges
Bridge made of IPS e.max CAD

IPS e.max* CAD

Strength and natural aesthetics
IPS e.max CAD is a lithium disilicate ceramic for CAD/CAM technology.

Aesthetic single-tooth restorations and 3-unit bridges, inlays, onlays or veneers are easy to produce from IPS e.max CAD with the aid of industrial production.

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Indications

  • Single crowns (delivered in blue, precrystallized state)
  • Partial crowns, inlays, onlays and veneers (delivered in blue, precrystallized state)
  • Three-unit bridges up to second premolar as terminal abutment (delivered in blue, precrystallized state)

Wirobond® C+

The cobalt-chrome alloy in the SLM procedure
The selective laser melting (SLM) procedure, co-invented and patented for the dental industry by BEGO, offers unrivalled quality in the production of metal frames.

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Indications

  • Frames for partially and fully veneered solutions with up to 16 units and up to two pontics
  • Fully anatomical crowns and bridges

Wirobond® M+

Milled restorations made of cobalt-chrome
High-speed cutting is the preferred technique for producing ac- curate Wirobond® M+ frames. The milling process is also used to produce double crowns and implant-based prosthetic restorations. Restorations made of Wirobond® M+ are characterised by a perfect fit with smooth surfaces and filigree occlusal surfaces.

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Indications

  • Frames for partially and fully veneered solutions with up to 16 units and up to two pontics
  • Fully anatomical crowns and bridges

CAD/Cast® alloys

For the cost-effective alternative for producing your cast frames
A wide range of precious and non-precious alloys are available for the CAD/Cast® technique. In the BEGO production centre, wax patterns are milled in the computer-assisted process based on your CAD models. They are then invested and industrially cast in the materials of your choice using the vacuum pressure casting method. You are finally supplied with the cast frame.

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Ideal for

  • Crowns and bridges including individual twopiece abutments made of various precious and non-precious alloys for a broad range of indications

BeCe® Wax-Up

Customised press-to-metal templates made of composite
The press-to-metal technique is already widely employed. This technique combines safe and simple application with reproduc- ible aesthetics. In the rapid prototyping process objects are produced from residue-free combustible plastic, which are used as the base for the ceramic press-to-metal technique. Modelling by hand is no longer necessary.

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Indications

  • Customised press-to-metal templates for individual copings and bridges from residue-free combustible plastic (only available in combination with crown and bridge frames)