Dentistry has come a long way in achieving optimal function and aesthetics with implant-based restorations. Although not all cases are simple to treat and some require a special approach.
What makes certain cases more complex, than some easier?
- Compromised edentulous cases such as loss of vertical dimension in the elderly patient leads to loss of sagittal projection of the maxilla and mandible.
- Atrophy in the posterior maxilla leads to an insufficient bone height between the alveolar crest and the maxillary sinus.
- Posterior edentulous mandible atrophy, results in a decreased volume of vertical bone height
All mentioned-above cases may require a pre-implant orthognathic surgery, guided bone regeneration procedures or nerve displacement.
Creating a complex situation for the clinician, that can be overcome by a backward inclination of angulated implants.
Complexity is nothing more than a multiplicity of simplicity:
Placing angulated implants offers a simple and less invasive treatment for a fixed full-arch rehabilitation, bridges and crowns.
Whether it is a bridge, crown, All-on-4 or All-On-6 restorations that are required, multi-unit system can provide a perfect solution for a variety of complex restorations.
The Multi-Unit Abutment is a traditional abutment for doing All-on-4 and All-on-6 surgery. It is usually placed at the time of surgery to correct an angulation, to avoid hitting nerves and sinuses
The benefits of Multi-Unit system over regular abutments:
- Brings the restorative platform above gingiva, instead of beneath gingiva - saving the patient from a traumatic experience when removing or inserting the restoration.
- Provide draw or parallelism between multiple implants.
- Raising the restorative platform from the bone level, it will protect the alveolar crest bone and soft tissue attachments, preventing and minimising microleakage at the implant level.
Utilizing Cad/Cam solutions with Multi-Unit abutments, brings the overdenture quality and precession, nearly to excellence.
Apart from that, Multi-Unit based suprastructure restorations are not permanent and can be unscrewed, easily cleaned/adjusted or fixed by the clinician and screwed back into place within a few minutes, every four months, guaranteeing a long term practical and efficient solution, both for the patient and the doctor.
DSI introduces a wide range of Multi-Unit solutions, ranging from straight to angulated abutments with a variety of angulations (17, 30, and 45) to regular and narrow abutment bodies for both platforms.
Providing high-quality prosthetics for the whole procedure, DSI’s Multi-Unit system is the best solution for Hybrid-Overdenture prosthesis.