Ivoclar Vivadent’s Callisto® CPG controlled price noble alloy allows laboratories to establish a fixed fee schedule for their PFM or press-to-metal restorations without being affected by the current precious metal market. Following the same strategy as Callisto CP+, laboratories can continue to benefit from insurance reimbursement for noble alloys provided to patients.
Callisto CPG features a low density of 9.3, enabling laboratories to process more units at lower fabrication costs. Callisto CPG is a cobalt-chrome-based ceramic alloy containing palladium and gold that demonstrates excellent physical properties. With high strength values, it is ideally suited for layering and press techniques.
Callisto CPG can be used for onlays, crowns, 3/4 crowns, ceramic crowns, short- and long-span bridges, telescope and conus crowns, root canal posts, implant superstructures, partial dentures, and model casting. Callisto CPG is also compatible with the most popular veneering ceramics and is free of silver, copper, nickel, and beryllium.