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With Our DuraFlex™ pmma disc, This ultra aesthetic temporary material disc gives the restoration the most natural look possible. A high-performance techno-polymer matrix with multi-directional glass fiber reinforcement for permanent, esthetic restorations on implants. Thanks to our PMMA temporary material, we help the patient with their provisional smile, while you create their everlasting one. Polychromatic layering and beautiful dentine transition, as light passes through, will no doubt garner, an emotional impression.

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Highly crosslinked polymethyl methacrylate




Very good


Single-unit restorationsup to multi-unit bridges
(max. wearing period 6 months)


  • Provisional anterior and posterior crowns & bridges
  • Implant supported prosthetics.
  • Partial, complete and hybrid denture prosthetics (base and teeth)
  • Removable appliances (splint)
  • Copy of dental metallic structures by casting method


  • The discs for CAD/CAM application produced by New Stetic are made of poly methylmethacrylate (PMMA), a known material used in the dental field due their physical-chemical,mechanical and biocompatibility properties. These discs are intended for dental CAD/CAM useand have a standard format according to the commercial CAD/CAM machines specifications. Also, the CAD/CAM discs have a wide variety of colors and shapes.


  • The disc format must fit the configuration of the CAM machine used.
  • Set the disc in the milling machine according to the instructions given for the equipment.
  • If a multi-layer disc is used, place it properly in such a manner that it has a correct color profile in the machined piece.
  • Avoid overheating of the material during the machining.
  • After the machining, take out the disc from the equipment and remove the piece obtained.
  • Perform the finishing process in accordance with the specifications of the job made.