Royal Dental Laboratory (RDL)
Innovative Solutions Through Research
RDL had used the world’s latest and most advanced technology for making crown and bridges for long term dental prosthesis such as in house CAD-CAM technology and 3D printing. Royal Dental Clinics is Internationally recognized for our founder’s contribution to ‘Same Day Fixed Teeth’, ‘Immediate Loading of Implants’, ‘Advances in Dentistry’, particularly in the field of Implantology. Thus at RDL, each day goes by in more research and developmental work and that is how we are able to innovate solutions in dentistry.
At RDL, you will find solutions for various materials grouped as metal-free high-performance polymers such as Royal.HIPC, which has already been tested in vivo and approved for the expected life of over 9 years and is clinically-proven and safe to use. Royal.BioPEEK is the new reference for a permanent dental prosthesis which is similar to bone and is a bio-compatible material which integrates into the jaw. It has a natural periodontium like similar shock absorption (OFF-PEAK). Royal.resin is produced using industrial polymerisation procedure for producing high purity PMMA and they have higher wear and tear when compared with the higher performance polymers. Royal.multiCOM is a polychrome composite polymer with 20% ceramic filler intermixed with the PMMA. These materials can be used as a permanent prosthesis over natural tooth or implants. Royal.3Dresin are a Class I biocompatible resin material which is used in the dental industry by additive processes, hence allowing for the construction of even the most complex prosthesis.
Metal-free material solutions for the best possible treatment
RDL’s research and development led to the use of these high-performance plastics years ago. They have found innovative ways of providing patients with the best possible treatment from the very beginning, whilst simultaneously offering them success-oriented, efficient and capable solutions for their prosthesis.
These materials show that there is no longer any reason to merely resort to the traditional materials such as metal, ceramic or zircon for the indications cited. These are plastics that offer benefits in the field of aesthetics, processing, durability and patient acceptance. They offer a win-win situation for both parties in a relationship based on a partnership between patients and their care team.
Materials most commonly used by us
Produces safe, bio-compatible, aesthetic temporary prostheses that are required to be replaced by a higher performance polymer due to wear and tear.
It is a thermoplastic (T-) or a chemoplastic (C-) polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA).
T-PMMA is produced using industrial polymerisation procedure for producing high purity PMMA with a theoretic level of purity of 99.9%. The residual 0.1% is non-cytotoxic and is therefore harmless.
C-PMMA is produced using a chain reaction which may generate free radicals. These radicals allow for the formation of long chains polymers. They may trigger allergies and material in-tolerances.
- Strength – >65 mpa
- E- modulus – >2800mpa
- Indicated wearing time – 6 months
These prosthesis have higher wear and tear and discolouration when compared with the higher performance polymers. Still, they have a distinct advantage of reducing the load on the underlying structures under circumstances of heavy bite force, paan- supari habit, bruxism, clenching etc. They can be used as a permanent prosthesis in such cases.
Increase the wearing time of the temporary resin prosthesis and can be used as an intermittent prosthesis. They offer even more polished aesthetics.
It is a polychrome composite polymer with 20% ceramic filler intermixed with the PMMA. It has a higher wearing time and strength.
This resultant optimized material mixture gives the dental prosthesis a natural colour gradient and an increased strength.
- Strength – >100 mpa
- Indicated wear time 2 years
- E-modulus – >2200 mpa
These materials can be used as a permanent prosthesis over natural tooth or implants. They do not discolour easily. They have a higher resistance to scratching and abrasion, hence the aesthetics last longer than resin.
It is a universal genius. They offer the most elegant, and varied solutions for a number of indications and can be used as a permanent prosthesis with an approved life span of 9+ years.
It is a cross linked composite polymer that offers higher physical values than conventional PMMA. They are manufactured under controlled environment of high temperature and pressure. As there are no use of dental glass or light cured plastics the love of color retention and plaque resistance is comparable with Ceramic restorations. They have been clinically proven and approved for over 9 years of use.
- Metal-Free with approved expected life of 9 years
- Plaque resistant
- High level of strength
- Aesthetic, translucent and opalescent
- Strength – >120 mpa with minimal solubility in saliva
- E-modulus – >2200 mpa
Most versatile material. They can be used as permanent dental prosthesis with implant, natural tooth or both. They have an excellent gingival response and pressure absorbing capability.
The most physiologic properties of this frame work material are only surpassed by nature itself. It is as elastic, light and thermal conductivity as that of bone by making the patient’s feel at ease.
They have the highest aesthetic retention and resistance to scratching and abrasion. It is a bio-compatible polymer of polyether ketone and is strengthened using ceramic. They have been in use in body Implantology for over 30 years (intervertebral discs, hip joints etc). With the improvement by ceramic fillers these materials can now be used in dental applications especially as a framework.
- Anti allergic – no metal, oxide or monomer
- Weight and density is similar to natural bone
- Does not have a metallic taste
- Off peak effect – reduce the compression and torsion caused by chewing
- Heat conduction similar to teeth – increasing the comfort
- Low abrasion and good Versatility
Advantages of Royal Peek restorations:
Unbeatable convenient processing, Maximum customisability, Cuts like dentin, Conserving the antagonists, Optimal Osseointegration, Optimal gingival management, Longevity of the restoration, Natural oral feeling and chewing sensation, Natural aesthetics, Allows immediate restoration and one time treatment.
Can be used as permanent dental prosthetic framework, implant and natural tooth cases. They have excellent gingival management and pressure absorption.
- Flexural Strength – 180 mpa with almost no water solubility
- E-modulus – >4550 mpa
- Wear time 9 years
Class 1 photo polymers bio compatible resins which are built from additive laser process to delivery surgical guides, and splits which can be fitted as a framework or temporary supports.
They are a Class I bio compatible resin (EN-ISO 10993-1:2009/AC:2010, USP Class VI) material. They are used in the dental industry by additive processes, hence allowing for construction of even the most complex prosthesis.
They are used to create surgical guides and temporary splints. These material can be sterilized in the autoclave.
- Strength – >50 mpa
- E-modulus – >1500 mpa
- Anti allergic
- Non metallic
- Complex prosthesis
- Surgical guides
Flow able polymer which attached to the surfaces of the implant, natural teeth & high-performance polymers thereby creating a single unit for a more durable, success-oriented, & efficient dental prosthetic solutions.
They are flow able, biocompatible polymers which create a chemical or mechanical bond between the two surfaces which may be of titanium, peek high-performance polymers. They themselves provide shock-absorbing capability to reduce the load on the inner structures. They have minimal dissolution in the saliva and are therefore stable for a long period of time.