BTI has the latest technology for producing machined structures, sintered with angulation correction or with 3D printing.< Oral implantology
BTI, through the HTL Dental Laboratory specialised in digital flows, provides dental professionals with CAD/CAM design and production solutions using intraoral scans or laboratory models, in several materials such as Titanium, cobalt-chrome, zirconium, PMMA, lithium disilicate, PEEK, eMax or composite.
There are several technologies nowadays, but we'll focus on the two main ones, even though they are very different: subtraction and addition.
CAD/CAM by subtraction: commonly known as drilling or micro-drilling, is the elimination of material from a solid block, using a drilling technique.
CAD/CAM by addition: commonly known as sintering or sinter-drilling, is the fusion of thin layers of metallic dust.