Screw AbutmentImpression techniques & restoration selection in Dentium Implantsadmin
Screw abutment implant systems have become a popular choice for dental implant procedures due to their ease of use and long-term success rates. When it comes to impression techniques and restoration selection in Dentium screw abutment implant systems, there are several factors to consider.
Impression Techniques: There are two primary impression techniques used in screw abutment implant systems – open tray and closed tray. In the open tray technique, the impression is taken using a tray that fits over the implant and the abutment. This allows for better accuracy in capturing the implant position and angulation. In the closed tray technique, the impression is taken using a tray that fits over the implant and the abutment, but the tray is filled with impression material first. This can make it more challenging to accurately capture the implant position and angulation.
Restoration Selection: When it comes to restoration selection in Dentium screw abutment implant systems, there are several options to choose from. The most common options include a single crown, a bridge, or a denture. Factors that can influence the choice of restoration include the patient’s oral health, the number of missing teeth, the location of the missing teeth, and the patient’s preferences.
For a single crown restoration, a screw-retained crown or a cement-retained crown can be used. Screw-retained crowns are more easily retrievable and can be a good option if future access to the implant is necessary. Cement-retained crowns can provide a more aesthetic appearance and are typically used in the anterior region of the mouth.
For a bridge restoration, a screw-retained bridge or a cement-retained bridge can be used. Screw-retained bridges can provide better stability and are easier to maintain. Cement-retained bridges can provide a more aesthetic appearance and can be a good option for anterior teeth.
For a denture restoration, an implant-supported overdenture or an implant-supported fixed denture can be used. Implant-supported overdentures provide a more stable and comfortable fit than traditional dentures, while implant-supported fixed dentures provide a more permanent solution.
In conclusion, selecting the appropriate impression technique and restoration for a Dentium screw abutment implant system requires careful consideration of several factors, including the patient’s oral health, the number and location of missing teeth, and the patient’s preferences. Consultation with a dental professional can help determine the best course of treatment for each individual patient.