In today’s market, CAD/CAM technology is quickly becoming the law of the land in terms of the production of fixed dental restorations. It has always been The Ratava Group’s initiative to provide the most high quality, technologically advanced products to dental technicians and CDTs across North America.
Although High Translucent Zirconia, Chrome Cobalt (Type 4), Titanium (Grade 5), Wax, and PMMA are all necessities for the CAD/CAM lab, RG found that there are a lot of technicians and labs who are looking for other products that are not always easy to find! RG has expanded their product line to include milling machine tools for almost any mill, sintering beads that do not cause yellowing or pinkish hues, and an awesome sintering oven cleaner.
In the past few months, there has been a steadily increasing demand for multi-layered PMMA. RG has recently added a multi-layered PMMA to their all-German product line up. The multi-layered PMMA has a five-layer gradient and is available in VITA shades A1-B2 and comes in the 16mm and 20mm heights for 98.3 with step, 100mm without step, Amann Girrbach, and Zirkon Zahn mills.
In RG’s conversations with customers and at tradeshows, we also found that many technicians are looking for a polishing paste that doesn’t smudge or splatter. RG has since added to the German product line a diamond polishing paste that only requires 1-2g of paste per case and doesn’t leave behind any greasy residues or splatter marks. The product is very simple, but is a necessity and is flying off the shelves!
RG is really excited for these additions to the product line. Getting necessary products that save time and are simple to use into the hands of North America’s skilled technicians is RG’s top priority….after top-notch customer service, of course!!
RG’s German-made wax is manufactured with the dental laboratory technician in mind. Unlike most waxes, this wax is extremely smooth, easy to carve, and is recyclable! This video demonstrates just how smooth milling RG wax is. The wax is so high-quality, that leftover or unmilled pieces of wax can be re-molded and carved or melted down and used as injector wax. The quality of the material and ease of use saves technicians money and, more importantly, time at the bench!