Suggested technique for restoring a Maxillary or Mandibular Implant Overdenture Restoration



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Suggested technique for restoring a Maxillary or Mandibular Implant

Overdenture Restoration


  1. DOCTOR: Take alginate impression of the healing abutments.

Take impression of opposing.
LAB: Pour impressions.

Fabricate base plate and rims.

Fabricate custom tray for final impression.

Check status of implant impression posts.


2. DOCTOR: Take bite with wax rim over healing abutments.

Unscrew healing abutments, place impression posts and take a final

impression with the custom tray.

Replace healing abutments.


LAB: Pour master model.

Mount healing cap model with wax rims.

Fabricate set up on healing abutment model.
3. DOCTOR: Try in setup, if good return to lab or take a new bite and return.
LAB: Remount if required or take a check bite of the good setup and

opposing.

Transfer setup to master model and mount to opposing.

Make labial index.

Fabricate Bar

Remove bar and place setup on master model to set the pin at the

correct vertical.

Replace Bar

Keep pin set on articulator.

Block out and duplicate a setup model and a process model.

Place blocked out master model back on the same articulator and

take a bite.

Mount setup model to opposing.

Transfer setup to a blocked out setup model.

Send final try in and bar try in to the Doctor.
4. DOCTOR: Try in bar.

Try in setup over bar.



If good, return to lab or take bite and return for adjustments.
LAB: If good, mount process model and transfer setup to process model.

Process and deliver case.


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