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The Proof is in the Laboratory; A Maxillary Full Arch Implant Supported Zirconia Prettau Comparison

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The FP-3 “Implant Supported Hybrid" has proven to be an exceptional and highly specialized treatment option for patients with non restorable teeth or existing edentulism. The use of zirconia provides the ultimate outcome bringing with it a new standard of esthetics, function and, when done well, a long lasting prosthesis. This presentation will stress the importance of treatment planning, CAD CAM technology, and the all important need for the laboratory technician’s human touch. Surgical aspects, provisonalization during healing, and management of soft tissue are important components. The protocol for final fabrication of the FP-3 all zirconia prosthesis is detailed along with a description of this exciting new technology.

Date Added:
5/6/2015

Author(s):

Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT
Master Ceramist Pinhas Adar studied initially in Tel Aviv, Israel at Ort Yad Shapiro and then completed his internship with Mr. Willi Geller in Zurich...
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Cheryl Pearson, DMD, AAACD, FAAID Cheryl Pearson, DMD, AAACD, FAAID
Cheryl Pearson, DMD,AAACD,FAAID attended The University of North Carolina and the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry where she graduated in 1981 with...
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Questions & Comments
Duane Keuning - (5/4/2015 10:45 PM)

What a great material and a very nice presentation. Super informative. Thank you Dr Pearson for openly showing your 1st attempt of the "mediocre result" with it's challenges and then comparing it with the world class ceramic hybrid from Mr Adar. I'll be looking for future Prettau (FP-3) case presentations.

Barry Franzen - (4/30/2015 3:04 PM)

Thank you for a wonderful presentation and beautiful result. The prototype PMMA is such and invaluable tool to be able to work out any issues in a forgiving material before committing ro the zirconina. Digital copy milling is then very easy. I would like to ask you opinion as to the use of an abutment in a large case like this vs connecting directly to the fixture. Do you feel certain a passive fit is achieved with an internal connection fixture without the use of an abutment such as a "multi-platform" or Uni-abutment? The interface without an abutment is internal and cannot be evaluated. If all the fixtures are perfectly parallel this is not an issue but that is not usually the case. Thus, a common path of insertion comes from an abutment that then gives one the abilty to evaluate the passive fit of the restoration. Thank you for sharing this beautiful result.

Pinhas Adar - (4/29/2015 6:11 PM)

Here is the link to the digital edition of our article in the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry! What an honor to be on the cover of the magazine of the leading cosmetic organization in the world! http://www.mydigitalpublication.com/publication?i=254847

Pinhas Adar - (4/29/2015 3:00 PM)

I would love to know from all of you did you like the video inserts throughout the webinar and did it bring value to your experience of watching and provided more depth to the presentation? Thank you all for your suggestions! Pinhas

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