Double Cono Morse Full Arch

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Posted on By Fabio Manuel Filannino In Implants

Immediate Loading rehabilitation transforming the patient's old prosthesis on 6 implants with cono morse connection and conometry retained temporary full arch using guided surgery.

Digital Planning
Baseline

Guided Surgery
Conical Abutments


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4 Comments

Nice and Clean....What was the KEY to your success? Dr. Salama


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Thank you Maestro, I believe the key was the digital planning for the reason why this kind of prosthesis needs all the abutments to be as much parallel as possible.


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Lovely case-what implants did you use ?ITS and I have never seen the abutments on the conus abutments. Did you consider I/O welder? Many thanks for posting


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Hello thank you, these are Revcon by AoN implants and yes you can also use welding cups that sometimes I use, but I didn't this time because I had a lot of resin material on the provisional and conical peek cups, they work very well during the healing period. On the final prosthesis I'll use permanent titanium cups.


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