Prama was born from the principles of the B.O.P.T. technique on natural teeth and represents its evolution in implant prosthodontics. The emergence profile recreated on the prosthesis is one of the key-factors to take advantage of the potentialities offered by Prama, and the benefits of this profile on soft tissues are evident both in the case of cementation of the prosthesis and screw retaining.
The opportunity to position the margin of the prosthesis at different levels of the transgingivalpath, regardless of the prosthetic procedure chosen, allows the clinician maximum freedom of soft tissues management.
Depending on the protocol adopted and the positioning of the implant, it is possible to choose between standard prosthetic solutions, laying on the platform connection, and specific posts embracing like the components named Prama IN, which surround the neck of the implant.

In distal position, Prama IN solutions surrounding the neck at a height of 0.5 mm have to be used for single screw retained crowns, while for the cemented crowns any one of many available posts can be used, with the warning of closing the margin of the prosthetic crown on the neck of the implant. 
For single crowns in frontal sector or for multiple edentulism, total or partial, any solution present in the program can be used, both standard and Prama IN, without any limit.
On the other hand, individual CAD/CAM solutions are available thanks to the services of Scan Center and Milling Center Echo of Sweden & Martina.
In general, all the Prama prosthetic range allows an easy management of any rehabilitation protocol of single crowns or multiple structures maximizing aesthetic result and tissues preservation.