WHY TRINIA®? Dentists and technicians are seeking alternatives to metal substructures with improved clinical capabilities. TRINIA™ is today’s CAD/CAM solution for metal-free restorations.
- Biocompatible and metal-free
- Modifiable and repairable
- Lightweight and flexible
- No firing required
- Provides for longer distal extensions
- By definition, cannot be a cantilever due to its flexibility
|TRINIA Disc||98mm x 15mm||Ivory||260-612-115|
|TRINIA Disc||98mm x 25mm||Ivory||260-612-125|
|TRINIA D-Shaped||89 x 71 x 15mm||Ivory||260-615-115|
|TRINIA Block (2)||55 x 19 x 15mm||Ivory||260-613-115|
|TRINIA Block (2)||40 x 19 x 15mm||Ivory||260-614-115|
|TRINIA Disc||98mm x 15mm||Pink||260-612-215|
|TRINIA Disc||98mm x 25mm||Pink||260-612-225|
|TRINIA D-Shaped||89 x 71 x 15mm||Pink||260-615-215|
Clinical Use and Applications
TRINIA CAD/CAM discs and blocks are composed of a multi-directional interlacing of fiberglass and resin in several layers. TRINIA is intended to be used by dental technicians and dentists for making copings, substructures or frameworks for permanent and transitional anterior or posterior crowns, bridgework, and substructures that can be either cemented or uncemented restorations, such as telescopic restorations.
In order to meet the broad indications of clinical use, TRINIA was designed with the appropriate mechanical suitability as well as appropriate aesthetic characteristics. The resulting product has high flexural and compressive strength.
TRINIA is available in 98mm circular discs, 89mm D-shaped discs, and 40mm and 55mm blocks. TRINIA can be milled on most leading wet or dry milling systems following the appropriate milling strategies. The usage of nano-diamond burs is essential for successful milling.
TRINIA® Interview at IDS 2015
Join Dr. Chris Salierno from Dental Economics as he interviews Dr. Vincent J. Morgan at the IDS 2015 in Cologne, Germany about TRINIA® — the innovative new dental CAD/CAM material.