This clinical atlas describes the use of electroforming technology to achieve esthetically superior restorations that are also biologically compatible. Electroforming is a process that involves the deposition of layers of gold to form esthetic support structures featuring highly adaptable margins for a precise fit; when veneered with ceramic, these restorations also offer superb durability and functionality. Since electroforming can be used with titanium as well as with gold, this technology has broad potential for use with implant-supported prostheses.
1. Biological Dental Prosthetics
2. Development of Electroforming Technology
3. Electroforming—Dental Laboratory Technology
4. Electroforming—Clinical Aspects
5. Material and Technological Aspects
6. Tips and Tricks for the Dental Technical