Use of digital workflows in implant treatment has improved diagnosis, case planning and surgical execution, leading to more predictable implant outcomes.
This technique report details the use of an extracted tooth for the fabrication of a screw-retained, implant supported provisional crown following immediate implant placement in the esthetic zone.
An exploration of using digital techniques and fully guided surgery for a patient who received extractions, residual ridge reduction, and immediately placed and loaded dental implants.
Following accepted prosthetic concepts — particularly occlusion — is critical to successful long-term outcomes when restoring more complex implant cases.
Integrating digital technologies with traditional techniques will help achieve optimal oral health outcomes
By understanding how milling machines work, clinicians can modify their tooth preparations to achieve optimal fit and material performance from CAD/CAM restorations.
Lithium disilicate, zirconia, and resin-matrix ceramic materials present three viable options for digitally based restorative dentistry.