Ambridge Ceramics Christmas 2014 Closure Dates

19 November 2014 Categories: Uncategorized


We just want to make sure that all our clients get plenty of notice so we can ensure no patients are left without their smiles for Christmas.

You can also download the pdf to print and put up on your wall by clicking the link below.

Ambridge Ceramics continues to back The British Bite Mark

13 October 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

The Dental Laboratories Association are increasing their campaign of The British Bite Mark, a campaign that aims to raise public awareness of where their medical devices are made and as Ambridge Ceramics were one of the earliest members of the scheme we wanted to explain a little more about how we see The British Bite Mark benefitting the public and surgeons that choose to use a high quality lab.

The vast majority of the public are not aware of the different standards of traceability and skill required by each nation that produces dental restorations but in the UK the GDC and MHRA have gone to great lengths to protect patient safety by demanding high levels of traceability, compliance, professionalism and a commitment to quality of care to patients from their members.

Because all this regulation has been laid out by these bodies solely to protect patients, it seems a good idea to ensure your restorations are made by technicians that have to be registered with and answer to these bodies.

However there are many dental restorations that leave the UK and this protective framework to be made in countries which do not have the same standards or traceability requirements, often without the knowledge of the patient who will have the medical device fitted.

This is not a simply case of trying to claim that work from one country is good and that from another is bad, but simply asking why the work is being sent offshore? If it is for economical reasons then is the patient fully aware of the option to have the work made within the protective framework setup by a skilled, GDC registered technician and what they are getting for their money?

Is the patient benefitting financially from the cheaper work being made by a lab in a country that is not regulated by the GDC or MHRA? Or is the decision being made on their behalf and they are not being given the opportunity to make a choice between saving money or having the peace of mind knowing that their restorations were made by a skilled GDC registered professional?

The key to the whole issue is patient information and consent. If the patient is aware of all the information and still prefers to save money on their medical devices then that is fine, it’s simply like the medical tourism which we have seen over the years.

However it’s not maybe as obvious for that when many patients are unaware that their restorations were not made by a GDC registered technician within the protective system setup by the MHRA and GDC.

These people are unfortunately unwitting medical tourists who have not had the opportunity to be presented with the facts and weigh up the cost/benefits for themselves.

We live in a massive global economy and there is undoubtedly a benefit to using cheaper labour to keep production costs low, I think we are all aware that most of the technological devices etc. and many of the things we use every day are made this way?

But when we select medical devices and things we consume maybe we would make different choices if the fact were presented to us? The recent spate of health scares seems to indicate that some of the cost cutting in these areas has not been in the best interests of the consumers.

Although we don’t agree with medical tourism (especially after seeing some of the shocking results that we have had to fix along with our skilled surgeons when some of these patients have come back to them after things have gone wrong) I can see why some people choose the apparent cost savings up front. However, I don’t think it can ever be right that a patient becomes an accidental medical tourist because they are having restorations fitted that they are unaware have been made in an unregulated country.

At Ambridge Ceramics we have ploughed hundreds of thousand of pounds into new technology and technician training to continually improve the service we provide to our surgeons and patients, along with submitting to further voluntary independent inspection by a 3rd party assessor to ensure we meet the DAMAS standard ensuring we meet the highest possible levels of traceability and conformity on all our technician training and materials used.

Joining The British Bite Mark was just another logical step in our commitment at Ambridge Ceramics to providing our surgeons with the highest level of quality, traceability, service and support available in the UK, we passionately believe that the standards required to work as a GDC registered technician in UK labs are among the highest in the world and the work that comes out of our lab is also among the best seen anywhere in the world.

If you are a surgeon that uses a British Bite Mark laboratory then please don’t waste the opportunity to promote this to your patients, it’s a mark of the commitment to excellent quality and service you provide. It may also help to explain to the patient why your service could be slightly more expensive than the practice down the road. Are they offering the same exceptional levels of quality and care?

You are offering a superior level of service, quality and traceability, so why not make that clear to the patient? Be proud to stand out and be known for focussing on offering the very best quality and service you possibly can.

We have patient information booklets available that you can get by giving Sean a call on 01765 607347 or by contacting The Dental Laboratories Association directly by following this link

So when the campaign hits full swing and more patients start to ask “What’s in my mouth?” you will be able to point to The British Bite Mark and demonstrate your commitment to offering restorations that are made in a lab, governed by the MHRA and produced by a GDC registered professional dental technician.

The Dental Laboratories Association have launched a dedicated British Bite Mark website that surgeons can use to find a laboratory but more importantly they have ensures that patients can find a surgeon that can supply them with these British Bite Mark restorations.

Please look at the site and ensure you are listed, this is something we have already started to do this for all clients of Ambridge Ceramics.


Ambridge Ceramics fly the flag for Great British Dentistry and The British Bite Mark

16 September 2014 Categories: Uncategorized
The team at Ambridge Ceramics have been working together with our surgeons for over a year on the Pre launch for the official UK release of Dentsply Implants Atlantis porcelain fused to titanium screw retained crown units prior to their official launch at the end of 2014.
We are proud to confirm that some of this work will be presented at the EAO in Rome from the 25th to the 27th September 2014
The cases selected had the planning, implant placement and final crown delivery by both Dr Tim Doswell and Dr Kostas Papadopoulos and the laboratory stages were carried out by Lee Nichols & Steve campbell in the CAD design, then milled by Atlantis in Sweden. The ceramic crowns were made by both Mark Ambridge and Jack Gleave who layered these with Creation Ti ceramic. The composite layering was carried out by Iain Baldwin using the Visiolign system from Bredent.
These cases will be highlighting both the clinical and financial advantages of moving to these new implant crowns, regardless of which materia you choose to layer onto the biocompatible titanium crown abutment.
It’s a great opportunity for us as a British Bite Mark laboratory to show the leading work that the UK dental profession can produce using the latest CADCAM technology and using the skills and knowledge of an experienced team.
This early involvement with Dentsply implants has meant that clients of Ambridge Ceramics have been the first in the UK to offer their patients the benefits and proven aesthetics of porcelain fused to metal crowns but with the benefit of the substructure being titanium, which is proven to have higher biocompatibility than cast alloys or chrome.
As always, by using the latest CAD/CAM milling solutions we are able to ensure that not only are these crowns clinically superior to those previously available, they are also more cost effective, showing that when CADCAM technology is combined with the skill of the technicians in a British Bite Mark laboratory the results can be ideal for the patients.
There is still some confusion over how these modern techniques are more cost effective so we’ve tried to break it down below to show a comparisson of the old cast techniques vs. the new CADCAM milled titanium structures offered by Dentsply Atlantis.
The reason for the confusion is that traditional pricing is actually quite confusing. You need to combine all the lab costs, alloy and then the separate billing for the components needed to make the crown from the implant companies, and this bill will usually arrive separately from the work as it’s ordered on your account and billed on the day the implant company sends it to the lab.
This leaves your admin team with alot of separate bills to tie up. Here’s an example of the true cost of an traditional screw retained implant crown.
So when all the costs are combined, it’s pretty expensive! And that is using either casting alloy or cast chrome, neither of which are as biocompatible as the titanium option Dentsply Atlantis crowns offer.So here’s how the costs break down on the new Atlantis titanium crowns.

And we were deliberately conservative on the calculations of alloy required for the conventional screw retained crown in order to offer as fair a comparison as possible. The truth is that many cases are actually larger and this impacts the case costs considerably, as shown below.
In fact on average we save our clients around £140 per implant crown we restore using Dentsply Atlantis titanium Crowns, which can soon add up to alot of money saved a year. It’s also a simple consistent cost regardless of your implant system, so you always know what the total cost of restoring your implants will be when quoting your patients.
Now you may not necessarily want to spend that saved £7000 on a watch, it was just an example of where your wasted money could have gone. But the key point is that this cost saving per implant quickly adds up to a substantial sum of money, which is better in your bank than the implant manufacturer and alloys companies.As a British Bite Mark laboratory we are always pushing to ensure our clients get the very best in quality and service. Using the latest technology provided by proven industry leading partners we have continually shown that this doesn’t have to cost you any more, in fact we have always brought a significant cost saving to our clients with all the CADCAM services we have developed at the lab.

The titanium screw retained crowns will be officially available to the UK late 2014 but we will continue to offer this and many other unique solutions to our clients up until their official launch date.

For more information or to order your screw retained implant crowns you can either contact us by email or Call Sean on 01765 607347.

You can also download our labcards and postage labels directly from here and send your case into us.

Ambridge Ceramics produce digitally planned implant stent

8 September 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

The team were fortunate enough to be asked to contribute their knowledge of Digital Dentistry and CAD/CAM restorations to a challenging case that Dr Mark Willings carried out using the immediate loading technique with his team at Dental Excellence Harewood.
It’s always very satisfying to see such great result when working with new implant systems and techniques.
We’ve been working with the Dental Wings system for many years now to create digital scans of our implant cases, and it’s a fantastic system that just gets better year on year.


The case was planned and produced here in the UK, which is a great example of a British Bite Mark laboratory always pushing forward and using the latest technology for our surgeons and their patients.


You can read the full print article using the link below

Ambridge Ceramics joined world class speaking lineup for ADi Focus on Digital Implant Dentistry 2014

4 September 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

Ambridge Ceramics was among the lecturers that discussed the latest technology and techniques at the ADi Focus Meeting on the 14th November 2014

This Focus meeting covered
Focus on Digital Implant Dentistry :
The Present – The Future




Using the years of experience and knowledge gained along with our surgeons and spanning many different digital systems and milling partners along the way, Steve will be sharing some of the key points that will make the use of digital tools and CADCAM for making your implant restorations a success.

As a British Bite Mark laboratory we are very proud that one of our technicians has been asked to share his experience along with a lineup of speaker who are leaders in their field from all over the world, including the founder of the Atlantis abutments system, which Ambridge Ceramics have been a pioneer of in the UK as a Beta tester before the official launch when it was acquired by Dentsply implants (at the time Astra Tech) and continued to use this market leading technology to provide our surgeons and their patients with unique restorative solutions as the range of CADCAM abutments and substructures provided by Dentsply implants continued to expand.


Dentsply Atlantis launches Conus Syncone Solution for implant overdentures in UK with Ambridge Ceramics

5 August 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

A sneak preview of some exciting work we are doing with Dentsply Atlantis on a great custom solution for providing a secure stable option on removable implant dentition.

This new solution will allow us to bring an internationally proven solution from the Ankylos implant system and use the Atlantis custom CADCAM platform to make it available on other implant systems in the UK.We’ll soon have a full case report and images to share from our beta trials with our surgeons.


Atlantis Titanium Screw Retained Crowns are available to our clients prior to official UK launch

30 June 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

In the recent months many of our surgeons have been benefitting from the biological advantages of our porcelain fused to titanium implant crowns.

We have been working as a Beta lab providing these in advance of the official UK and European launch later this year.

Together we have catalogued many of these cases and they will be released after the official UK launch later this year but can give sneak preview of some of our work here.

One of the cases was this one we produced for Dr Papadopoulos where he had created the emergence profile that he wanted copying and captured that using a custom pickup which we could copy when producing the final crown.

The results have been brilliant, with our ceramic team relishing the challenges of working with the new materials to produce some beautiful screw retained implant crowns with the advantage of being milled from a biocompatible material.
With this in mind we design the abutments to leave titanium against the tissues sub gingivally to ensure maximum biocompatibility and reduced risk of any tissue irritation by composite or ceramic material being deep sub gingival, which if not finished and polished correctly could attract plaque and lead to future complications..
By using using the Atlantis custom milled titanium abutments we can continue to ensure the quality and reassurance that comes from the leading worldwide provider of milled custom abutments, along with a comprehensive warranty covering both the abutment and fixture that it is restored upon.

In addition to the clinical benefits there is a significant cost saving to using these clinically superior crowns, for example you could be wasting well over £100 per fixture compared to a traditional cast screw retained crown, as shown below.

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It could be surprising to see how much your traditional screw retained crowns are costing you.

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Or much more on larger molar cases where more metal is needed to support the porcelain work.



But with Atlantis CAD/CAM Screw Retained Implant Crowns you have the benefit of consistent cost effective pricing, regardless of the size of the crown.

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With this being an Atlantis milled titanium abutment you also have the benefit of their market leading milling quality that is backed by a lifetime warranty on both the abutment and the fixture it is restoring.
Clinically superior and consistently cost effective.
We have been working with Atlantis from it’s initial launch in the UK and have more information on all the benefits of this system on our Atlantis abutment page
At this stage we cannot share much more of our Beta work but are very excited about the big launch in September when this will be available throughout the UK.
It’s been both an honour and a privelage to have early access to this new technology, with all the benefits it brings our clients ad their patients.
If you would like a price comparisson for your implant system or would like to offer porcelain fused to titanium screw retained crowns to your patients then please give us a call on 01765 607347 or email
Learn more about the lab on our About Us Page

Steve Campbell is Lecturing for the ADi on CADCAM on the 2nd July

26 June 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

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Steve is Talking for the ADi at East Grinstead on Wednesday the 2nd July.

To see more about the latest CAD/CAM in implantology you can find more information or book here

Saving implant surgeons money and delivering better results

21 March 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

Have you looked at the total cost of your implant restorations lately?

By that I mean the TRUE cost, both components and lab bills?

On our many Roadshow tours of the UK it was always surprising to see how many surgeons were wasting money and getting clinically inferior results.

So today I am going to share the slides form a short presentation we give that explains exactly how many surgeons are losing money without realising it.
How much does bad advice and support on restoring dental implants cost you?

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That’s a lot of money, so how do we get to such a high figure? We start with showing the true cost of restoring your dental implants.

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We use a true average costs which includes the cost of the components from the implant supplier and an average lab cost.

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These component prices are including VAT and are correct as of 14/03/14

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So on a like for like comparison of a cement retained implant option the clinically superior Atlantis custom titanium abutment not only avoids an compromise as it is completely custom designed for each patient. It also saves you £42.21. A win/win.

But that doesn’t get us to our £5995 over 50 implants does it?

To see where the real genius of using Atlantis titanium custom abutments comes in we need to look at the latest solution.

Ceramic bonded to titanium screw retained implant crowns from Ambridge Ceramics

Even with the cost saving of an Atlantis abutment over a stock we still have the cost of a crown on top to finish the restoration.

On average the cost of a bonded implant crown or all inclusive cost of a traditional cast screw retained crown including components and alloy is anywhere from £100 – £200

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So if we looked at an atlantis abutment at £279.99 plus the cost of a crown at £150 we get a total of £429.99
Our all inclusive titanium screw retained crown will save you £120 for every implant restored.
We have the biological benefit of these being titanium, a material we know is well accepted by the body.
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nd that is simply how we get to this fact. If you are being badly advised and supported then it is costing you enough over 50 implant restorations to add up to the cost of a brand new supermini car.
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We have taken great care to check all our figures and supply custom calculators and pdf breakdowns depending on the implant system you currently use.
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And our all inclusive price of £319.99 is regardless of the implant system you use. so there’s no more need to have to constantly keep up to date with the changing prices of various implant companies components. We take care of everything for our surgeons.
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We were one of the first Beta labs for both Atlantis and ISUS in the UK. We really do know our stuff when it comes to these solutions and have the confidence of years of experience and thousands of abutments supplied to our clients.
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Which allows us to concentrate on what really matters to the patient. A beautiful and predictable final result from our highly skilled ceramic team.
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Clinically, biologically and financially superior restorations delivered to your patients using our knowledge of CAD/CAM. No compromises. A win/win situation for all involved.
Isn’t that what technology, skill and experience combined should deliver?
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Case study – CAD/CAM Implant bridge with removable individual crowns

19 March 2014 Categories: Uncategorized

Once complex and very expensive restorations such as the Woreley (also know as the Paulo Malo bridge) are now incredibly cost effective due to modern CAD/CAM technology. This type of bridge is simply a full arch implant structure that caries individual crowns.

So before we look at this case in detail we will cover how new technology has changed this and made the individual crown bridge (ICB) a much more attractive option for restoring a full arch.


Cost Efficiency
The quality and stability is the primary driver, with the cost efficiency also being a fantastic bonus brought about by the time saving made when a lab switches to a truly digital workflow. Add to this that we do not have to buy expensive implant components or alloy to cast the restoration and there is a significant cost saving to be made, without compromising quality. In fact quite the opposite.
By incorporating new technology we are able to exactly copy the patient approved setup and ensure our designs will be right for the final restoration. One of the most important factors is that we can check these designs and flag up any issues and discuss the best plan of action in the CAD state, before any financial commitment has been made to producing a structure.
Unmatched precision
Thanks to the CAD/CAM technology and our partnerships with world leading milling centres that specialize in the producing structures of the highest quality to the tolerances required for aerospace, medical sector and research projects such as the CERN Large Hadron Collider. Using the skill and experience of these long established partners we are able to deliver a wide range of implant options with incredibly cost effective pricing, which crucially have unparalleled accuracy, stability and passivity of fit.
CAD/CAM milled titanium or chrome frameworks are incredibly strong and stable which provides the ideal sub structure for your large span restorations, furthermore we have years of clinical trials that show us these structures perform incredibly well. They are tried and tested.
Because titanium and chrome CAD/CAM implant frameworks are milled from a solid homogenous block of material there are no casting stresses, voids or porosity within the framework which could lead to hygiene problems if against the tissue, or even failure of the whole restoration in the future.
This is the very foundation of our work so it is vital that we can guarantee that these are completely free of any flaws which may lead to future complications or even failure. We focus on the quality and integrity of the CAD/CAM structure above all else, which is why we only work with milling partners who will guarantee their structures against failure if we stay within their design protocols.

Why use a CAD/CAM implant Individual Crown Bridge? (ICB)

Now that technology has made this restorative option far more cost effective and predictable, it’s perhaps a great time to benefit from the unique advantages that the ICB can bring to a full arch implant restoration.

What’s different on an ICB to a traditional screw retained bridge?


Effectively the ICB is just a platform for 12 individual crowns, which means we are liberated to use whichever material we feel is best for any particular region of the mouth. Why be locked to just one material for the whole restorative arch when we can take our pick of the best material for each quadrant?

We may want to benefit from the shock absorbency, fracture resistance and enamel matched tooth wear that we can get from the new Hybrid Nano Ceramic materials such as Vita Enamic, which have been engineered to offer an improved restorative solution to many of the traditional materials on the market today. Or perhaps even the absolute strength of a full zirconia crown making these the ideal restorative material for molar teeth, especially in patient with a history of breaking molar teeth/restorations?
We have information on both these options here.
However in the anterior region a patient will most likely want to have the very best aesthetics possible, a result that is only really achieved by working with a highly skilled ceramist using either pressed ceramics, ceramic layered on zirconia or time proven porcelain fused to metal.
The advantage is that with an ICB we are free to mix and match our restorative materials on the same arch and restore each case specifically to each patient’s unique requirements.


Because we have a base structure that is screwed onto the fixtures and then individual crowns made upon the structure it’s easy for the surgeon to repair or replace any of the individual restorations without having to remove the whole of the patients implant arch.Even if we needed to replace a whole crown (or number of crowns) many years down the line we can have an impression of the ‘prep’ and a new crown be made at the lab while the restoration as a whole remains in the patients mouth, which is not the case for a full arch screw retained restoration.

As with our Visio.lign implant structures the key is to ensure we are offering a clinical benefit over traditional restorative implant solutions.

Rather than layer pink ceramic onto a chrome framework which may crack and would need to be re fired in a furnace to restore to it’s original state at some point, we prefer to make the CAD/CAM milled substructure out of titanium and layer Crea.lign composite onto it, which means that it is easy to repair and maintain should any of the gumwork in situ should it need this in future.

We choose crea.lign composite because it is shown to resist plaque adhesion and staining to a very high level, similar to ceramic as show in the table below.

This also allows us to do a whole refurbishment of the structure many years down the line if needed, all without the structure ever needing to be exposed to the heat and stresses of a porcelain furnace.


Average tendency to discoloration of composite materials compared to HeraCeram ceramic after storage in coffee, tea, tobacco, red wine and methylene blue.

Research report from the university of Jena on material testing of
 veneering materials, July 15, 2010, by Dr. A. Rzanny and Dr. R. Göbel


Using an ICB style implant bridge we will conceal the access holes in the primary structure, the final crowns do not need any access holes filling, which although not a particularly tricky problem for our experienced implant surgeons, it is still something we have to consider on a screw retained bridge such as the one shown below.


However using an ICB, it’s nowhere near as vital where the access holes of the structure will emerge as we can ensure they will never be coming through the aesthetic zone of our restorations.
To reduce surgery time we cement most of the crowns into place so that the surgeon only needs to cement the crowns that go over the access holes in the preps, this happens after the structure with all crowns on has been tried in and the surgeon and patient are happy. After this the final crowns that cover the access hole preps are cemented into place with a temp cement.
We can also engineer removal notches into the crowns to allow for easier removal should the surgeon ever want to access the screws again.
With a CADCAM milled ICB is a final result that looks just like a full arch of natural dentition, even when viewed from occlusally and palatally as shown below.
Crowns tried onto bridge and final occlusion checks carried out.
Final bridge fitted, which was an exact replication of a pre agreed tooth setup and tissue contour that the surgeon had taken quite a bit of time to perfect and agree upon with the patient at the trial stages. The lower was an acrylic bridge upon titanium framework whith the prosthetics by Egan Dental Laboratory.

Not all CAD/CAM is the same

For us it was an obvious move to go from casting techniques to milled one piece structures as we were eliminating a high component and alloy costs to the surgeon, along with eliminating the inconsistencies and problems that are associated with cast implant structures. So there was both a financial and clinical benefit to the surgeon and patient by embracing this new technology, a true win/win situation.
These full arch restorations are by their very nature are a big financial commitment for the surgeon and patient even with the huge cost savings of CAD/CAM, and therefore should be designed to last our patient a very long time indeed, ensuring we have kept all potential failure risks to an absolute minimum.
We personally don’t want any question marks over the strength, stability or integrity of primary implant structure or material used on this type of ICB for our clients, which is why we only work with proven materials and market leading partners who are able to guarantee the structures they provide.
Our philosophy is to offer uncompromised solutions to our surgeons utilising the latest technology and ensuring maximum cost efficiency, but crucially without any compromise on quality or integrity of the restorations or materials used to provide them.
It may well be that we are best looking to evidence based solutions and cautiously integrating the newer materials into our restorations in areas where their failure will be easy and convenient to rectify without causing the patient to lose their dentition? As they prove themselves we will have the evidence of their success and confidence to use them more widely.
Why risk all the months of planning and implant integration for the sake of saving 96 hours on the very structure that will be the backbone of the final restoration for the patient, and will be subjected to high stresses over the many years it will serve the patient as a replacement to their lost dentition?
Will the patient thank us for saving 4 days while they are in temporary restorations if the final prosthesis causes them inconvenience, or in the worst case failure that requires them to go back to temporary restoration or denture while the final is remade?


Although there is no single ideal solution that covers all full arch implant restorations the recent improvements in efficiency by using CAD/CAM systems with clinically trialed and historically proven materials have made this type of ICB restoration a much more predictable, practical and affordable solution for our patients.
From our experience the key is using the right combination of materials in their appropriate place on the restoration. For example using the shock absorbing materials on the individual final restorations in the molar region where they are easily accessible and replaceable or repairable in situ. Helping to reduce inconvenience to patient and wasted chair time for the surgeon
As with our Visio.lign implant structures the thought process is to ensure we are offering a clinical benefit over traditional restorative implant solutions by offering materials and designs that give the surgeon easy ongoing maintenance and repair options for the patient. Maintenance is especially important on the full arch restorations, which we plan and expect to serve the patient for many years to come.
We have a world of materials and options at our disposal and always pass this onto our surgeons so that they can make an informed choice regarding the best restorative solution for their patients, many of those surgeons are now choosing the ICB type structure.