It has a similar appearance to oral tissue, ideal for areas that are more visible. The G-CAM disc has a wide chromatic range, even within the same piece, making it look extremely natural.
It has a high glass transition temperature (Tg) that prevents it from softening and distortion during use and cleaning. It is necessary to take into account that while the normal temperature of the mouth is 32-37°C, the consumption of hot drinks (that can be up to 70°C or more) as well as cleaning the prosthesis in or boiling water expose the materials to higher temperatures.
Graphene improves the dimensional stability in polymers for dental use, which allows the dental prosthesis to maintain its shape over time. This does not only influence the thermal softening mechanisms but also the internal stress relief, the incomplete polymerisation of the material or the water absorption.
Thanks to graphene, G-CAM improves its resistance in relation to weight. The material has a low density making the prosthesis lightweight.
The material also has high electrical conductivity to maintain a healthy oral mucous and to react normally to hot or cold stimuli.
It is radiopaque; therefore, allowing radiographic diagnostics to be used on patients that have been involved in accidents or that may have digested or inhaled part of the prosthesis.
A translucent material allows high transparency to imitate the natural aesthetic of the tooth, but also allows us to create opaque colours to avoid showing dead teeth or metal pins.
The material is totally waterproof and stable and does not allow plaque build-up, furthermore, due to its closed pores there is no dirt build-up or discolouring.
It does not require an interface process during the make-up of the dental piece. There is no danger of it breaking or chipping, since the enamel is resistant to micro stresses.