Dale G. Howes, BSc (Dent), BDS, MDent (Wits), FCD (SA ) Pros, FICD

July/August 2017 Issue – Expires August 31st, 2020
Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry

Abstract
Anatomical constraints at implant sites often precipitate a conflict between surgical and prosthodontic prerequisites for screw retention of implant-supported prostheses. This article discusses use of a dual-axis implant designed to help clinicians overcome these challenges by facilitating accuracy of surgical placement and prosthetic simplicity, as well as improving biomechanics and enhancing esthetics.

LOGIN: Angled Implant Design to Accommodate Screw-retained Implant-supported Prostheses

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