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We provide a full range of dental laboratory services from all metal-based restorations to crowns/bridges or hybrid implemented by CAD/CAM technology.

Our products include:

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CAD/CAM (Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing) in dentistry is an area of dentistry utilizing CAD/CAM technologies to produce different types of dental restorations, including crowns, veneers, inlays and onlays, fixed bridges, dental implant restorations, and orthodontic appliances.

There are quite few of different systems in the current market; Origin CAD/CAM system that is employed in our Korus Dental Lab, has advantages including precise margin contouring, natural-like tooth shade realization, flexible sintering schedule and much more.


Create a 3D digital model from a stone model or an impression


Design digital frameworks, full anatomical crowns or implant abutments.


Nesting & Milling
Embed created digital restoratons in a zirconia disk or titanium block, and mill them in our 5X industrial bed-type milling machine.


Sintering & Finish
Sinter in a sintering oven if zirconia, porcelain application if titanium or zirconia framework.


Final Products


A dental implant is a “root” device, usually made of titanium, used in dentistry to support restorations that resemble a tooth or group of teeth to replace missing teeth. It can be used to support a number of dental prostheses, including crowns, implant-supported bridges or dentures. They can also be used as anchorage for orthodontic tooth movement. The use of dental implants permits undirectional tooth movement without reciprocal action.


The EMAX is an innovative all-ceramic system that comprises lithium disilicate (LS2) glass-ceramic and zirconium oxide (ZrO2) materials for the press and CAD/CAM technologies. Additionally, there is a universally applicable nano-fluor-apatite glass-ceramic available for veneering all EMAX components. Designed with simplicity and versatility in mind, it is the ultimate in metal-free esthetics and durability offering high-strength materials for both the PRESS and the CAD/CAM technique.


Zirconium crowns have quickly become the preferred material for dental crowns. Zirconium is a very strong substance that can endure wear and tear of everyday use. When looking at Zirconium crowns from an aesthetic point it is clear and very similar to a natural tooth and reflects light the same way. This may be important if your new crowns are on the front of your mouth and it is particularly relevant in cases where the crown will be seen next to the natural teeth. Full porcelain can chip or break. This is overcome by making the crowns from the metal, in this case metal zirconia, then merge the porcelain on the outside. Zirconia metal gives the strength while the porcelain gives the appearance of a normal tooth. Zirconium crowns allow light to pass as a normal tooth would and that gives a natural look, unlike other metal cores that are block the light.