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The Zirconia CAD CAM Screw Retained Implant Bridge: The Future of Full Arch Implant Supported Prosthetics

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This presentation will discuss the treatment planning, surgical and prosthetic/laboratory aspects of the Zirconia CAD CAM screw retained bridge. See how this prosthetic option offers many advantages over a hybrid bridge, bar overdenture, and PFM screw retained bridge. The advantages include: Less required prosthetic space, no chipping or breakage, no staining, no acrylic, esthetic screw holes, custom tooth shapes, custom tooth coloring, no warping of framework, retrievability, and more. The techniques presented in this webinar include implant placement steps for success with zirconia screw retained bridges, utilizing CBCT Scans without guides, impression techniques, grafting techniques, provisionalization techniques and more… Multiple case presentations will be shown, as well as the steps required to utilize this prosthetic modality. The background of zirconia as a restorative option will be outlined, as will how zirconia wears opposing teeth less than porcelain. See the CAD CAM future of implant prosthetics with milled zirconia and how it can be utilized in your practice.

Date Added:
12/3/2012

Author(s):

Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Michael Tischler is an internationally recognized leader in the dental field for his achievements in educating his colleagues through many lectures and over 25 published a...
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Questions & Comments
yosef kowalsky - (4/6/2014 3:49 AM)

Thanks for an educational presentation. The part going in to the implant or MUA in your is metal not zirconia. How do you connect them?

Michael Tischler - (12/18/2012 8:01 PM)

Dr. Bruce- Any system that allows for hybrid bridge interfaces can be used with Prettau.

Dr. Lanis- Thank you for the compliment and I agree the more accurate the index check the better.Shipping such a jig might be tough though. Our jig is quite stable as it is a heated rod as the core.

Michael

Alejandro Lanis - (12/14/2012 8:09 PM)

Dear Dr. Tischler, Thank you very much for your presentation! As we know zirconia structures can´t be cut and weld (I'm not sure, but I heard there's a new system for that...), so that is why is so important to verify the impression. What do you think about using an orthopedic stone plaster verification jig instead an acrylic one..? This because acrylic resins can absorb stress force and stone plaster would brake if exists some discrepancy. Again, thank you very much for this great presentation!!!

charles bruce - (12/12/2012 4:15 PM)

can you use ankylos iplants in your labs system? charles bruce

John Heimke - (12/6/2012 1:31 PM)

Thank You Michael
Whole heartly agree, have changed to the Prettau for screw retained implant bridges. Excellent

paul chilton - (12/5/2012 11:46 PM)

Thank you. Already have a double arch case of converting an acrylic hybrid. The pt. was able to view the web site presentation and got it. Video production was superb. Dr. Tischler we talked and you answered my questions. I have years of making hybrid acrylics, and now am looking forward to years of this product. Dr. Paul Chilton. Seattle washington

Manisha Bhalla - (12/5/2012 11:28 PM)

Awesome Presentation Michael, Thank you!

Michael Tischler - (12/5/2012 10:54 PM)

I really appreciate the great feedback. We are available for any questions and case assistance to provide what we feel is the best best implant supported prosthetic option available.

Howard Deutsch - (12/5/2012 10:39 PM)

Very nice presentation---informative and comprehensive
Looking forward to working with your lab in the future
Good Luck!

Howard I.Deutsch

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