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CAD/CAM Tools, Tips and Tricks: Inclusive® CAD/CAM Milled Bar Scan and Design

Volume 2, Issue 2

While cast-metal bars hold a traditional place in laboratory technology, digital workflows now provide dentists and technicians with an advanced solution in one-piece milled bars. The computer-controlled processes employed in their creation enable the previously impossible use of superior material, resulting in substructures that are both lighter and stronger than their handmade counterparts, and finished […]

Center Stage: Inclusive® Multi-Unit Abutments

Volume 2, Issue 1

For a number of reasons, the ideal placement of an endosseous implant from a prosthetic perspective is not always feasible. Available bone, tissue biotypes and the location of vital structures often preclude the ability to situate the implant in a strictly apical-coronal direction, or at similar gingival depths across an arch when multiple implants are […]

Optimizing Anterior Esthetics with the Inclusive® Tooth Replacement System

Volume 5, Issue 3

Implant treatment has changed so much over the years. In the past it was acceptable to place the implant in the maximum amount of bone and focus on restoring the implant once osseointegration had occurred. Although limitations were apparent, improvements in implant and prosthetic design enabled the fabrication of implant crowns that could be placed […]

BruxZir® Screw-Retained to the Rescue

Volume 9, Issue 1

Case Presentation A female patient was referred to our office by her brother-in-law, a dentist who practiced in another state. He had diagnosed her with non-restorable root resorption on tooth #9. The tooth had been part of a traumatic injury suffered in childhood that was treated at the time with endodontic therapy. With the patient […]

Raising the Bar: Inclusive® CAD/CAM Milled Bar Technology

Volume 1, Issue 1

Cast-metal bars have traditionally been used in fixed-removable implant cases when indicated, as a solution to increase the strength of the acrylic prosthesis and more evenly distribute load-bearing forces across the implants themselves. Given these important benefits, bars are often prescribed by clinicians in full-arch cases unless contraindicated by limited vertical dimension or inadequate patient […]

Outsourcing Inclusive® Titanium Abutments Utilizing UCLA Plastic Abutments

Volume 1, Issue 1

Although in-house CAD/CAM systems can be extremely expensive, the benefits of digital implant dentistry are still accessible even without this large, upfront investment. Outsourcing of custom abutment fabrication achieves the same prosthetic outcome with little investment in equipment and training. Stock implant abutments lack the personalized contours that create ideal emergence profiles and marginal adaptation, […]

Place and Restore Dental Implants Economically

Volume 8, Issue 3

Let’s face it: In today’s economy, dentists are seeing more and more patients who have put off treatment for several years. However, it’s not all gloom and doom. Implant dentistry is also becoming increasingly accepted and requested by more patients. This growing population now actively seeks to replace their missing teeth with implants. New technologies […]

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, […]

Controlling Tissue Contours with a Prosthetically Driven Approach to Implant Dentistry

Volume 4, Issue 3

With continual improvements in the design and production of implant systems and restorative components, the consistent results, predictability and long-term prognosis offered by implant therapy is making the treatment an increasingly popular technique for replacing missing teeth. The esthetics, durability and precise customization offered by modern prosthetic components enable clinicians to provide ideal final restorations […]

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