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Screw retained zirconia crown with Ti-base

Screw retained zirconia crown with Ti-base

Screw retained zirconia crown with Ti-base

Screw retained crown with Ti-base is a single unit full contour Zirconia crown implant with Ti-Base. The Zirconia crown is screw retained to attach to the abutment which is then added to the Ti-base. The Ti-base is a titanium base that holds the abutment and or crown. The Ti-base is metal free so it is safe for people who are sensitive or have allergies to metal. The crown is solid zirconia which is one of the strongest materials we use for restorations. Zirconia strength is the closest to your natural teeth and less likely to break or chip. Digital Masters uses the highest quality monolithic Solid Zirconia restorations using Whitepeaks Copran Zr-i pre-colored. The crown is milled with a hole for the implant screw for placement in the patient’s mouth. Once the crown is placed in the mouth it is not removable, it will act as your permanent tooth. The Doctor will then fill the hole in the crown with a composite material and detail it as necessary. Screw retained has a lot of benefits compared to a cemented crown that is not screw retained. Screw retained is one piece which the crown cemented to the abutment which helps with retrievability. The screw retained crown is cemented to the abutment before being placed in the mouth vs. the abutment being placed in the mouth before the non-screw retained crown is cemented. This process makes it easier to save the screw retained crown because we are able to remove the crown from the mouth before loosening the cement.

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