Full Arch Implant Cases

Full Arch Implant Cases

Full Arch Implant Cases

BonaDent’s full-arch, implant retained restorations are designed to last a lifetime. Our state-of-the-art digital design, coupled with CAD/CAM precision milling from most major implant systems, delivers a customized emergence profile with optimized crown margin and enhanced soft-tissue management to meet the exact specifications of your case. With several full-arch implant options, including Full Zirconia, Hybrid-Denture, and Crystal Ultra with Tri-Lor, our expert team of implant specialists will assist you in surgical planning for an exceptional outcome.

Product Details

TURNAROUND TIME:
  • 2 weeks in lab
ADVANTAGES:
  • Maintain bone and tissue, protecting skeletal formation
  • Fixed restorations look and feel like natural dentition
  • Fabricated to last a lifetime, without sacrificing any of your favorite foods
  • Available in Full Zirconia, Hybrid-Denture, or Crystal Ultra
PREPARATION:
  • Bite Registration
  • Photos
  • Patient-approved try-in
  • Impressions
NOTES FROM YOUR TECHNICIAN:

For Full Arch Implant Cases the following are suggested for optimal results:

  • A verification jig is strongly recommended. The jig can be done direct to implant level (this is dependent on path of draw), on Multi Unit Abutments (MUAs), or even doing an abutment try-in/impression in lieu of a verification jig.
  • The use of the Sheffield test (one screw test) is recommended when trying in the verification jig. One screw will be tightened at one end of the framework, then check the other abutment sites for any fit discrepancies.
  • A "fixed" bite rim is also recommended. This bite rim screws into the implant, multi-unit abutment, or over the custom abutments.
  • A PMMA (if the case is zirconia) is suggested as a means to verify occlusion, esthetics, and to be used as a back-up should anything ever happen to the final restoration. In some instances, if the final restoration fractures, this PMMA can be used as a verification-jig, model of the temp, and the bite.

For the most successful outcome, Full Arch Implant cases are best done in stages and not taken direct to final.