Courtesy of Dentisti Vignato

Rehabilitations on Prama implants take advantage of the total absence of margins or prosthetic chamfers and the vertical morphology of the post guarantees continuity with the neck of the implant

This absence of margins allows the soft tissues to flow on the titanium surface without obstacles and to obtain the desired adaptation profile set by the prosthodontist.

Furthermore the prosthodontist can place the prosthetic crown margin at any level of the transgingival path, thus managing the different anatomical and/or clinical situations of the patient.

THE CLINICAL USE OF NEW PRAMA IMPLANTS: INSERTION AND REHABILITATION WITH A SINGLE IMPLANT

Sandri L.

NumeriUno, 20: 22-24, 2014
The evolution of implants in dentistry is in constant development, with the aim of improving the performance and final results of treatment plans. In both immediate and deferred loading, soft tissue management can be a delicate and difficult process, above all when bone profiles after remodelling are no longer physiologically capable of supporting the soft tissues.
The possibility of approaching implant techniques adopting the concepts of the Biologically Oriented Preparation Technique (B.O.P.T.) can simplify and give extremely satisfactory results. Currently, the possibility therefore of managing soft tissue healing by exploiting a particular implant geometry and the B.O.P.T. approach for a temporary crown offers us an excellent clinical alternative to simplify and improve peri-implant soft tissue management.