Choosing the right implant for the case can be difficult - this is what they all offer.
When it comes to selecting the correct implant route for your patient, different clinical situations must be considered when selecting the appropriate abutment, as the proper design and material enable the clinician to achieve an excellent clinical outcome.
It has been shown that screw and cement retained crowns generate approximately the same amount of strain at the implant site.1 The rise in popularity of both types of restorations represents the departure from the stock abutments and casting a UCLA (Universal Clearance Limited abutment). Cementable and screw-retained implant crowns have demonstrated extremely high rates of success, but they both have their advantages and disadvantages.
Prudental Laboratories cements a crown with open access over a custom milled titanium abutment. This method combines
the advantages of both Cement & Screw-Retained Restorations and eliminates all the disadvantages.
This method allows clinicians and patients to take advantage of the best of both worlds. For more information, please contact Prudental Laboratories at (800) 277 8336 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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3 -Wittneben JG, Millen C, Braggerv. Clinical performance of screw-versus cement retained fixed implant supported reconstructions -a systematic review. Int J oral Amxillofac implants. 2014; 29 suppl: 84-98
4 -Carlsson GE, Bregman B, Hedegard B Changes in contour of Maxillary alveolar process under immediate denture. A longitudinal Clinical and X-ray cephalometric study covering 5 years Acta odontol scand. 1967 June : 25(1) :45-75