The use of integrated prosthetic technology on PET
The case previously studied allowed a PET therapy and implant.
A healing abutment was used to maintain the space. A custom abutment was built on top using a "scantransfer" and an intraoral scanner. The data allowed a digital planning of the abutment. Once the abutment was fixed onto the implant a CeRec impression was taken and inhouse crown was made. The marginal quality of the crown seemed very nice.
Technology may allow new possibilities in terms of design decision making either of the abutment and crown. Digital quality can assure high accuracy and reduction of cost and time.
Your opinion about it is appreciated.