Benefits for the Dentist and Patient

  1. Simple dentistry (routine).
  2. Conventional restorative procedures for the dentist.
  3. Less cost for abutments.
  4. Less cost for implants.
  5. Fewer laboratory costs (conventional crowns).
  6. Simple laboratory procedures.
  7. Less confusion for the laboratory.
  8. Non-rotational abutments.
  9. No abutment or screw loosening.
  10. Pre-machined prosthetic margins.
  11. Hygienic seal at the implant-abutment-junctions.
  12. Less bacterial problems due to micro-gap within prosthetic crown.
  13. Better control of crown margin fit for patients’ hygiene maintenance.
  14. The implant neck can be altered if needed, based upon the esthetic requirements (conventional dentistry).
  15. Return the working relationship to the laboratory and restorative dentist.
  16. Time saver (one or two stage procedures).
  17. Conventional impression procedures for the dentist or transfer pins may be utilized.
  18. Predictable results.
  19. Emergence profile control – can be changed by the addition of metal or porcelain as required for each tooth location.
  20. Flat healing caps for better surgical closure (two-stage).
  21. Simple second-stage surgery.
  22. Stronger abutment connection.