- Risk assessment of implant-supported fixed implant reconstructions
- Protocol for fixed implant reconstructions to rehabilitate the edentulous jaw
A long-term success of full-arch implant-supported fixed reconstructions is dependent on the correct treatment planning and its clinical translation, but also on the right selection of implant components and fabrication procedures. The team of clinicians and dental technicians can choose from a variety of possibilities of individualized and prefabricated abutments in combination with dental materials, such as titanium or zirconium dioxide.
In this context, the established conventional implant workflow can be combined and added by selective digital applications; or even a complete virtually based workflow is feasible for the entire treatment sequence of implant-supported full-arch reconstructions today.
Patient-centered outcomes are gaining importance in dental therapy concepts: clinical success of the overall treatment is assumed as self-evident; convenience-oriented strategies are in the focus of the patients with their growing claims. Rather esthetic factors and economic aspects are in the foreground of full-arch implant reconstructions.