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Recent advances in technology and material developments have allowed new manufacturing processes to be integrated into new dental digital products.

Selective Laser Melting (SLM) is an additive manufacturing process that pairs 3D-CAD data as a digital information source with energy in the form of a high-powered laser beam, to create three-dimensional metal substructures by fusing fine metal powders together.  

Allure Dental Studio technology partner Argen's Selective Laser Melting (SLM) High Noble substructures is the first and only manufacturer in the dental industry to offer SLM HN. Manufactured from the popular Argedent Euro, an economical alloy containing 40% white gold.  The benefits of SLM substructures include better fit, consistent results. The SLM process produces nearly finished substructures the resulting in lower alloy cost per unit. Imagine receiving High Nobel substructures close to or lower than semi-precious alloy charges.  Available in single unit crowns to 6-unit bridges 

Benefits of SLM

Better fit, consistent results and competitive pricing

Available in single unit crowns to 6-unit bridges