Discover some of the latest CAD/CAM bars and abutments available with this Buyer's Guide.
CAM implant abutments and bars are the cornerstones of a laboratory’s digital offerings. While digital dentistry can refer to everything from intraoral scanners to computerized shade taking, one of ...
This article reviews implant-supported restoration techniques. It explains the advantages and disadvantages of screw-retained versus cemented implant-supported restorations and the variations in techn...
One of the most popular new approaches to implant dentistry is the use of removable, friction-retained hybrid prostheses. This article discusses how this method brings many advantages and some challen...
IDT Executive Editor Daniel Alter, MSc, MDT, CDT, explores hot topics in dental impantology. Angled screw channel abutments, high-performance polymers, and general practitioners placing implants.
Prosthetic management and communication between dentist and laboratory are crucial
The telescopic implant bridge is finalized in the conclusion of this case
Rehabilitation of a severely compromised partially edentulous patient
Prosthodontic considerations for design and fabrication
Telescopic implant bridge offers unique flexibility in a difficult case
CAD/CAM technology offers laboratories digital workflows to help ensure clinical success
An alternative technique for fabrication
Technician develops a technique to overcome radiographic scatter
Increase efficiency with a digital workflow and wider diameter implants
Four advanced concepts to take your implant services to the next level