Oral Rehabilitation with Implant Supported Monolithic Zirconia Prosthesis: Clinical steps and Procedures

(Pages: 31-38)

Amit Punj, Sameh K. El-Ebrashi and Jeffrey Burstein

Oregon Health & Science University, School of Dentistry, 
2730 SW Moody Ave, 
Portland, Oregon 97201, USA

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30576/2414-2050.2020.06.6



Abstract: Osseointegration has a successful track record, however some recent developments have included reduced prosthesis loading times and development of new prosthetic materials. Today’s clinician has several new materials to choose from compared to the past. A thorough understanding of the material properties is critical to selecting the appropriate material for the patient using an evidence-based protocol. This case report demonstrates patient rehabilitation with a monolithic zirconia complete arch prosthesis supported by endosseous dental implants. The rationale and clinical decision making as to why this was the optimal treatment will be discussed in detail for this patient.

Keywords: : Screw retained prosthesis, tilted implants, immediate loading, Fixed Complete Denture.