What Types of Prostheses are Used With Dental Implants?

Prosthesis

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PROSTHESIS OPTIONS

Full Arch Fixed Implant Restoration Choices:  

Milled Titanium Framework Supported Acrylic Prosthesis: 

A custom computer milled framework of titanium is used to provide optimal strength and hygiene access for an acrylic tooth prosthesis.  This prosthesis is generally recommended for the lower jaw.

Ti-Lite Framework Supported Acrylic Prosthesis: 

A custom designed wax pattern is cast into a TiLite alloy frame for optimal strength and hygiene access for an acrylic tooth prosthesis.  This is the ideal replacement for a full lower arch.

Porcelain Fused to TiLite Implant Prosthesis: 

A Custom designed TiLite alloy framework is casted from a wax pattern.  Porcelain is custom baked to the framework to provide excellent esthetics and hygiene access.  There is good resistance to wear.  This is a superior restoration for a full upper arch or partial segment and has a long track record for  success.

CM Prosthetic Bridge:

A solid titanium infrastructure uniquely designed to receive individual esthetically customized zirconium core ceramic crowns. This restoration is the most technologically and esthetically advanced form of fixed prosthodontic full arch rehabilitation and is the epitome of biomedical engineering using CAD/CAM technology to provide patients with precision implant-supported functional replication of the natural dentition.

Restoration Choice Comparison Chart
Provisional Restorations
COST
Relative Cost
Relative Esthetics
Relative Risk
Final Restorations:
     

TiLite Framework Supported Acrylic Prosthesis

$$
Moderate/Low
Moderate/High
Moderate
Milled Titanium Framework Supported Acrylic Prosthesis
$$$
High
High
Moderate
Porcelain Fused to TiLite Implant Prosthesis
$$$
High
High
Low
CM Prosthetic Bridge
$$$
High
Very High
Low

 


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