How to use a hybrid implant to rebuild an arch

March 28, 2013

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DPR has launched a new eNewsletter: Technique Geek. Each week, we'll feature a video technique of a product in use, offering step-by-step examples of clinical success. Subscribe here to make sure you receive them all.

In this Technique Geek video, the American Dental Implant Corp. offers a video how-to with Dr. Steven B. Lombardi, demonstrating how he used the Skinny 2.4 Implant to address a patient's narrow ridge.

Many advancements have occurred in dental implantology in the past several decades. Perhaps one of the most significant developments that provides the dental patient with the greatest benefit is the hybrid implant.

The hybrid implant is a small diameter implant that offers full prosthetic versatility. It has been proven to provide long-term success in a myriad of clinical cases. One of its advantages is providing implant anchorage in cases of minimal bone width.

The American Dental Skinny® 2.4 implant is one such hybrid that is effortless to place, having an extremely friendly delivery system. It is offered to provide the dental profession the broadest selection of threaded implants for all bone types.

For the full article and case presentation, click here.