Fixed prosthetic solutions on implants
All fixed prosthetic restorations are classified based on how they are attached to the implanted stub.
Types of immovable Restorations
Fixed prosthetic restorations are divided into 2 categories: Threaded and Bonded
Threaded restorations are used when there is reduced prosthetic space around the teeth.
- A dentist can easily replace the individual parts in case of any losses
- The hygiene of the implants is more controllable due to the easy removal of the structure
- In case the porcelain of the prosthetic is broken, it can easily be repaired
- There is an orifice in the chewing layer, which is blocked with resin
- Thorough and regular control is required to avoid the creation of a microbial load
- Use of additional accessories is required
These are used in most invasive restorations.
- It is aesthetically superior, as it does not have an orifice
- It requires less components
- The dentist can access the implant directly
- Removing the construction is more difficult
- It requires a very meticulous removal of the excess cement during bonding
Removable restorations on implants (dentures)
All mobile prosthetic implants are classified based on how they are linked to the implant.
Therefore, dentures are divided into 3 categories
- with a bar
- using a ball
- supported by locators