Do you wish to offer your clients a solid and economic prosthetic solution with efficient functional workflows and aesthetic results? That’s possible with VITA Multifunctional Teeth (MFT), which offer all of these features at the same time: reproducible and reliable rehabilitations for a fair price performance ratio.
SIMULATING MOTHER NATURE
The morphology of VITA MFT Anterior is designed according to aesthetic rules. Its tooth axis, angle characteristics and dimension of the basal tooth neck simulate the shape of natural front teeth. The surface texture establishes a life-like appearance and the structural composition conforms the tooth anatomy. The well-arranged neck, dentin and enamel layers lead to an aesthetic play of light and colors with harmonic shade gradients and reflecting mamelon structures.
Due to the occlusal surface design, the centric position can easily be found. This leads to a reliable and time-saving reproduction of the function without extensive grinding. The posterior teeth can be used universally with any occlusion concept because of the multifunctional occlusal surface design. They standardize the workflow of the set-up and provide constant and solid results. This routine helps increase the general productivity.
NEW CENTRIC RELATION
In the following case, the denturist Darius Northey (Buderim, Australia) demonstrates how efficient and aesthetic results can be created with the copy denture technique using VITA MFT. The teeth of the patient’s old, unstable dentures were severely worn. The vertical dimension was diminished and a malocclusion established. The dentures were stabilized with soft relining material in order to find a new, raised centric relation. After that, both dentures were copied with the help of a silicone matrix and articulated in the determined centric relation.
COPY DENTURE TECHNIQUE
The teeth of the copies were gradually reduced and then set. Mucodynamic impressions were taken with the new set-ups, which were poured and rearticulated after the successful clinical try-in. Finally, the rehabilitations were processed in polymer, finished and polished. The results were functional and aesthetic rehabilitations which had been manufactured efficiently and economically. The frail patient was very satisfied with the quick procedure and the outcome.