Before a flap is raised or the tissue punch is used, determine the planned position of the crown and its margin.
Design the appropriate incision before the implant bed preparation.
The osteotomy is prepared to allow for the accurate insertion and final position of the implant. Follow our recommended drilling protocol to achieve predictable results.
The implant is inserted at an equigingival level using slow speed and moderate torque.
The implant connection is sealed with a silicone or a temporary cement.
Thanks to the unique properties of the Patent™ Implant, healing times for hard and soft tissues are significantly reduced.
Using the 3C™ implant connection, an accurate intraoral scan is possible without a scanbody.
Glass Fiber Post Preparation
Using a common dental cement, the glass fiber post is attached to the implant ferrule and prepared with a high-speed drill.
An impression can be taken of the prepared post and the implant shoulder using conventional material or an intraoral scanner.
The implant with or without a prepared glass fiber post can receive a temporary crown.
Final prosthesis delivery
A final crown is cemented over the glass fiber post and onto the implant shoulder.
Replacing the Post
Using a diamond bur, a cemented glass fiber post can be removed and replaced quickly and easily.