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Tecnologie Cad - Cam per la risoluzione di un caso su denti naturali e impianti

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Nelle riabilitazioni protesiche, utilizziamo da molti anni protocolli operativi largamente codificati e descritti in letteratura, con risultati che soddisfano le nostre aspettative e quelle dei nostri pazienti. E’ vero che l’avvento delle nuove tecnologie ci ha permesso l’uso di nuovi materiali e nuove attrezzature che favoriscono un’ adattamento e un’accuratezza predicibile dei dispositivi protesici che, fino ad oggi , è stato difficile da ottenere. Durante la relazione analizzeremo un caso complesso, finalizzato completamente in ossido di zirconio, materiale per il quale si rende indispensabile l’utilizzo di tecnologie Cad-Cam, enfatizzando sia gli aspetti diagnostico/progettuali che quelli di realizzazione clinico/tecnica. Faremo luce sulle differenze tra le tecniche operative utilizzate e sulle modifiche sviluppate nel corso di questi ultimi anni, attraverso le sempre maggiori conoscenze delle nuove attrezzature e dei nuovi materiali. I vantaggi e gli svantaggi dei protocolli menzionati saranno valutati e analizzati sulle basi dell’evidenza scientifica e sull’esperienza personale.

Date Added:
10/14/2012

Author(s):

Alessandro Agnini, DMD Alessandro Agnini, DMD
Dr. Alessandro Agnini graduated in 1989 from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy.

He has private dental practices in Modena and Sassuolo, Emilia Romag...
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Andrea Mastrorosa Agnini, DDS Andrea Mastrorosa Agnini, DDS
Dr. Andrea Mastrorosa Agnini graduated in 2007 from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.

Dr Agnini works in private practice in Modena and Sassuolo, Emilia R...
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Luca Dondi, DT Luca Dondi, DT
Luca Dondi was born in Bologna in 1962 and graduated in 1980, open his own practice in 1984 focusing his attention on the PFM functional aspects.

He ...
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Questions & Comments
Andrea Agnini - (3/10/2013 4:36 AM)

Hi Mihaela, thank You for Your comment and question. The holes in the transfer plate help us to check if the transfer plate is properly placed on the mucosa. It is critical the correct placement of the transfer plate in this technique. The anchorage is obtained by sitting the transfer plate on the tuberosity in the maxilla and on the retromolar trigon in the mandible. Whenever is possible we try to have an additional anchorage by using one / two teeth abutments and then removing them. If You need any other info just send us an email to alleagni@libero.it. All the best, Andrea

MIHAELA CATIGHERA - (2/14/2013 10:54 PM)

Thank you for this great presentation. Could you please comment on the surgical stent that was fabricated with the small round holes? What was the role of the holes in the acrylic template, was it for anchorage? If yes how was it fixated during the surgery?

Franca Pepe - (11/18/2012 5:33 PM)

Complimenti x il lavoro svolto e x la presentazione chiara e precisa ,molto valida anche sotto il profilo didattico! Thank you!

carlo poggio553 - (7/13/2012 2:06 AM)

excellent clinical material, as always, congrats to all the team!!

Andrea Agnini - (7/9/2012 8:40 AM)

Thanks to all for the positive feedback. We are glad You liked our work. Andrea - Alessandro - Luca

Alessandro Agnini - (7/9/2012 7:22 AM)

Caro Nicola, ti ringrazio per il tuo commento. Il paziente quando portava lo scheletrato probabilmente aveva dei rapporti fra le arcate sicuramente migliori, peggiorati nel tempo senza il supporto posteriore. L’analisi funzionale intraorale della Relazione Centrica e l’analisi dei modelli montati in articolatore con la ceratura di analisi associati alla corretta distribuzione dei 6 impianti, mi hanno fatto decidere per una soluzione fissa avvitata a carico immediato con leggera protezione anteriore per evitare eventuali interferenze posteriori senza, a mio parere, dovermi accollare particolari rischi.

armando ponzi - (7/8/2012 4:36 AM)

Very interesting and complete presentation.

Emanuele Clozza968 - (7/5/2012 12:14 PM)

Fantastic presentation, delightfully documented, thank you again for sharing your excellent clinical work. Regards from NY.

henry salama - (7/5/2012 10:04 AM)

ancora una volta... complimenti per la bella presentazione.... speranza di vedere a voi presto

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