Inside Dentistry - Nobel Biocare
Volume 3, Issue 0
Published by AEGIS Communications
Single-Tooth Restoration on a Dental Implant
The most effective and esthetic single-tooth restoration on a dental implant—NobelProcera solutions incorporate the latest technological advances to address the full spectrum of clinician and patient needs.
For the clinician, the NobelProcera implant-supported restorations satisfy the requirements for high quality and versatility. The materials are safe and reliable with proven long-term functionality and outstanding strength. The comprehensive NobelProcera portfolio is easily integrated into a practice—accommodating various treatment processes and conventional preparation techniques, while offering compatibility with other implant brands.
From the patient’s perspective, the breadth and versatility of these solutions offers a full range of affordable options—all of which provide excellent esthetic outcomes, natural function, and long-term success.
Case Study: Dental Implant – Anterior
Robert M. Bentz, DMD, FACP
Immediate Implant Placement and Provisionalization of a Single Anterior Tooth
|A traumatic injury fractured the patient’s crowned left central maxillary incisor at the gum line.||A radiograph of the damaged tooth showed that the tooth root was also fractured, with stress cracks traversing down along it.|
|Immediately after extraction of the incisor, a NobelReplace Select Tapered Groovy Implant was placed and tightened to at least 45 Ncm, exhibiting excellent primary stability.||NobelProcera zirconia abutment and all-ceramic crown, 1 month after placement. Excellent healing of the soft tissue around the abutment demonstrated the biocompatibility of the zirconia.|
Case Study: Dental Implant – Posterior
Peter K. Moy, DMD
NobelReplace, Snappy Abutment, and NobelProcera Crown Zirconia in the Posterior
|Presurgical radiograph. A surgical template was created to guide the placement of a NobelReplace implant. A transmucosal healing abutment was placed immediately. A||Removal of the healing abutment revealed 2 mm of tissue above the implant with a flat tissue architecture, which is an ideal indication for the Snappy Abutment.|
|1-mm tall Snappy Abutment was seated on the implant, and the screw was engaged to a torque of 35 Ncm. The radiograph confirmed proper seating.||Using an off-the-shelf abutment replica, the laboratory fabricated a definitive NobelProcera Crown Zirconia, which was secured with resin-reinforced glass-ionomer cement.|
View the entire case study and learn more about single-tooth restorations at nobelbiocare.dentalaegis.com