We can fabricate cementable or screw-retained restoration based on your choice. We can prepare a prefabricated abutment from original manufacturer, or wax and cast a UCLA custom abutment traditionally, or mill a custom abutment by CAD/CAM technology.
Nowadays, there are a wide variety of options in implant prosthesis. We can fabricate cementable or screw-retained restoration based on your choice. We can prepare a prefabricated abutment from original manufacturer, or wax and cast a UCLA custom abutment traditionally, or mill a custom abutment by CAD/CAM technology. The abutment materials can be Titanium or zirconia with Ti base. If you are unsure, we can make recommendations based on interocclusal space, implant angulation, parallelism, tooth anatomy, and esthetic concerns. Your implant clinical cases can be complicated and challenging. We will help you succeed and meet patient’s expectations.
All implant abutments are precisely milled by our highly advanced surveying & milling unit. Our most senior technicians with vast implant experience work on your cases with utmost attention based on widely-acceptable dental theories and techniques.
We work with a variety of Implant & Attachment Systems.Some of them are: Nobel Biocare, Straumann, Biomet 3i, Dentsply Xive, Astratech, Camlog, BioHorizons, Zimmer, MIS, Ostem, and others
Screw-retained has made a come-back. Our screw-retained crown is affordable, durable, esthetic, retrievable, and eliminates cement at the margin. Screw-retention eliminates the need for cement, which means there is no clean-up and no worry of leaving cement behind. This solution is available for most major implants. Although porcelain-metal is still a prevalent choice, the crown and abutment portion can be-zirconia, and the interface is titanium. Optionally, the crown can also be fabricated in full-contour zirconia which makes them extremely durable.
our goal is to provide you with reliable restorations utilizing the latest technology. Our CAD/CAM milled bars are designed to evenly distribute load across the implants and provide long-term stabilization. Our experienced technicians will work with you to design and produce the best solution for your patients’ needs.