Ceramo-gold application booklet

Sept. 1, 1998
Gramm Technology`s ceramo-gold application booklet describes all applications possible with the GES™ Pure Gold Electroforming System. GES Pure Gold is suitable for fabrication of 24k gold crowns, inlays, bridges and full-gold denture plates, while eliminating discolorations at the margins, ensuring highest tissue acceptance and plaque resistance with superior marginal integrity.

Gramm Technology`s ceramo-gold application booklet describes all applications possible with the GES™ Pure Gold Electroforming System. GES Pure Gold is suitable for fabrication of 24k gold crowns, inlays, bridges and full-gold denture plates, while eliminating discolorations at the margins, ensuring highest tissue acceptance and plaque resistance with superior marginal integrity.

The publication also describes how GHP (hard-gold plating) allows for bio-coating of partial dentures for increased biocompatibility. The booklet includes clinical references that show why electroforming enables stronger and more consistent results for ceramo-gold restorations.

For more information, call Gramm Technology at (800) 752-8846.

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