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Tissue Surface Design for Full-Arch Implant Restorations

Volume 7, Issue 3

Dental Restoration: Restoring Fully Edentulous Cases – October 2016

Clinical Newsline

When a patient enters your practice needing restoration work, you might run into some issues. Especially if it’s a full-arch dental restoration. With a full-arch restoration, you have a challenging task ahead of you. Although this task might seem difficult, the reward behind completing it and creating the right treatment plan for your patient is always […]

Streamlining Full-Arch Implant Treatment with All-CAD

Volume 7, Issue 2

The Benefits of an Occlusal Guard for Patients Who Have Received Full-Arch Implant Treatment

Volume 7, Issue 2

Delivering Simple, Cost-Effective Implant Treatment to Fully Edentulous Patients

Volume 7, Issue 1

While most clinicians agree that a fixed restoration is the ideal option for the full-arch implant case, many patients are unable to receive this treatment due to financial, anatomical or other reasons. For example, patients who do not receive implant treatment following the loss of their teeth and have been wearing traditional dentures for an […]

Hahn™ Tapered Implants: A Versatile Foundation for the BruxZir® Full-Arch Implant Prosthesis

Volume 6, Issue 3

Full-arch implant restorations offer substantial advantages over traditional dentures, including increased stability, function and preservation of the underlying bone.1,2 As awareness of these benefits increases, the number of fully edentulous patients opting for implant treatment continues to rise. Additionally, advancements in prosthetics, implant design and CAD/CAM technology have made it so implants can be predictably […]

Finite Element Analysis of the BruxZir® Full-Arch Implant Prosthesis vs. the Titanium-Bar-Supported Acrylic Denture

Volume 6, Issue 1

Innovations in restorative materials have equipped clinicians with multiple prosthetic options that have greatly elevated the quality of treatment dental professionals can provide. For instance, the emergence of full-arch implant-supported prostheses has significantly improved the lives of fully edentulous patients. Due to their stability, retention and capability to restore masticatory function, fixed implant restorations have […]

BruxZir® Solid Zirconia: The Next Step in the Evolution of Full-Arch Implant Restorations

Volume 6, Issue 1

Patients have become very sophisticated in their awareness of treatment options, especially when it comes to implant dentistry. For some time, fully edentulous patients have had the option of receiving a minimum of four dental implants in the maxilla or two to four implants in the mandible in order to retain a removable prosthesis. Whether […]

Replacing Broken Acrylic with Monolithic Zirconia: A Dual-Arch Transformation

Volume 6, Issue 1

Complete edentulism has repercussions that go far beyond the loss of dental form and function. While dentures provide basic replacement of the patient’s teeth, their prosthetic stability and retention are insufficient in many cases, causing difficulty with pronunciation and mastication. The longer a fully edentulous patient goes without teeth, the more the alveolar ridge resorbs.1 […]

Optical Impressions and Full-Arch Implant Restorations: A Case Study

Volume 4, Issue 2

Clinicians strive for accurate impressions and well-fitting implant restorations. An accurate impression reduces residual stress in the prosthesis by promoting a better restorative fit. Unfortunately, highly accurate implant impressions can be difficult to achieve using conventional methods, due to distortion factors inherent in both the clinical and laboratory processes. This paradigm may be shifting, however, […]

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