Guarantor for high-quality precision dental prostheses –
The SAE spark erosion technology
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Sensoring.Attachment.Erosion. SAE – our company initials are, at the same time, a promise and an obligation: Our SAE spark erosion procedure makes it possible to work with and to shape hard base metal dental alloys without the need for contact and thus, with micrometre precision.
On the basis of the spark erosion technology, we are today still developing dental manufacturing procedures and preparing them for production. This enables dental technicians who place great emphasis on quality, to produce high-quality and precise dental prostheses in combined and implant prosthodontics - always under the premise of sophisticated aesthetics and perfect functioning. And this since 1982. Worldwide.
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Function and advantages of the
SAE spark erosion procedure
Dental spark erosion – the procedure for precise-fitting, biocompatible dental prostheses made of the hard base metal - CoCrMo - alloys and titanium – specifically in combined dental prosthetics and implant prosthetics. Used successfully in dental medicine and technology for over 30 years.
Satisfied customers and patients confirm this.
Combined dentures: Delicate frames made of base metal CoCrMo
Regardless of whether telescopic dentures, latched dentures or dentures with connecting attachments. Dental spark erosion enables a solder-free construction, guarantees great precision fitting and offers excellent denture comfort.
This means that the dental laboratory, the dentist and the patient all profit from the quality and the price.
Implant-retained dentures: Long-term success with "passive fit"
A further, more extensive use of dental spark erosion was developed by SAE in 1995 for dental prostheses on implants with precision fitting - "passive fit" - the tension-free fit of implant-retained prostheses. Conventional manufacturing techniques cannot fulfil this basic prerequisite for long-term osseointegration of the implants. Studies have proven this.