DenMat introduces implant service offerings

June 26, 2019

The company will now provide custom implant abutments and screw-retained crowns and bridges. DenMat Holdings expanded its line of high-quality, end-to-end laboratory services to include custom implant abutments and screw-retained crowns and bridges. The addition of implant services reportedly enables oral health professionals to prescribe a custom-tailored restorative solution for virtually any patient-be it simple or complex-from DenMat Laboratory.

DenMat Holdings expanded its line of high-quality, end-to-end laboratory services to include custom implant abutments and screw-retained crowns and bridges. The addition of implant services reportedly enables oral health professionals to prescribe a custom-tailored restorative solution for virtually any patient-be it simple or complex-from DenMat Laboratory.

“For more than 30 years, DenMat has led the industry in esthetic innovation by consistently designing beautiful smiles for practices and their patients worldwide,” says David Casper, DenMat CEO. “As the leader in anterior esthetic case design, specializing in complex cases, we are uniquely qualified to offer implant services that are ideal for intricate combination cases,” he adds.

When oral health professionals partner with DenMat, they work in unison with a dedicated team that delivers extraordinary expertise for both simple and demanding esthetic cases; gain access to exceptional technical support; and have at their fingertips an array of professional services and solutions.

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“The majority of cases we receive are full-arch restorations,” says Randy Berry, DenMat’s director of laboratory operations. “We are seeing consistent growth in cases that include an implant as one of the units to be restored. The addition of implant services is the natural next-step for our lab, which will better serve our customers and their patients."

DenMat offers three custom abutment options, three implant crown options and three screw-retained restorative options. These implant offerings are designed to be compatible with most major implant systems on the market today. Custom titanium abutments include free anodization. Turnaround time for screw-retained restorations is reportedly five days, while custom abutments and crowns are said to require 10 days.

Visit denmat.com/laboratory to learn more.