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MHRA no: 884

Cobalt Chrome castings

Clasp assembly detail from ring skeleton

Our team has a wide and varied range of experience in castings and prosthetics. Enhanced by attendance at various courses, this enables Creative Chrome to offer an extensive range of bespoke cobalt chromium castings, primarily for dental applications.

As well as the usual selection of partial designs, the laboratory can also undertake a variety of combination work with attachments and implant bars, sectional dentures and swing-locks. We also manufacture Maryland and Rochette bridge frames in nickel chrome alloy.

Close attention to fine detail is an essential requirement in producing a delicate yet durable casting, and great care is taken at each stage of the fabrication process. The quality of the materials is of paramount importance and a great deal of care goes into their selection and use. We have adopted Alexium 21® from M. D. Alloys as our Cobalt Chromium alloy due to its excellent properties, and now use it for all of our chrome cobalt castings. Careful forward planning and strict work protocols ensure that each finished casting reaches the high functional and aesthetic standards of the laboratory.

Alexium 21® Alloy Metal Content (%)
Co Cr Mo Si C, Mn, N
62.5 29.5 5.5 1.4 < 1
Free from Ni, Be, Cd and Pb

We are happy to design cases for clients if preferred, but a downloadable design sheet is provided on this site for the convenience of those who wish to do this for themselves.

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Double hinged sectional denture

Double hinge sectional denture framework, open

This case required a small unilateral denture to replace the patient's upper right 5 and 6. It was decided to use a two-part or sectional technique to ensure positive retention. There are numerous types of two-part denture designs, but this one may be unique to Creative Chrome, having been devised by Steve to fully engage all of the available undercuts when locked together with a P.W bolt (figs 1 & 2).

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