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Zirconia Based Implant Supported Restorations: Planning and Design

Description:
This presentation outlines very specific prosthetic determinants for achieving the goals of function and esthetics in different clinical environments. Where significant ridge atrophy is present, both the pink as well as the white esthetics needs to be incorporated into the design of the prosthesis itself. Emphasis will be placed on demonstrating the different restorative options utilizing fixed detachable restorations made of monolithic zirconia, where 100% of the prostheses is zirconia.

Date Added:
4/28/2013

Author(s):

Fernando Rojas Vizcaya, DDS, MS Fernando Rojas Vizcaya, DDS, MS
Dr. Rojas is Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, NC. He is the Founder and Director of both; th...
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Questions & Comments
Richard Pereira - (9/30/2013 7:56 PM)

Very good presentation. Congratulations Prof. Fernando. Prof. Dr. Richard Esteves (Goiânia-GO/ Brazil)

Band Ditto64 - (5/6/2013 3:34 PM)

What is the long term risk of this style prosthesis? Fracture, delamination of overlying porcelain etc. etc.

Chris Lee - (4/17/2013 4:58 PM)

Superb presentation.

Roberto Palmieri282 - (4/17/2013 11:12 AM)

Thank you, great work!

Roberto Palmieri282 - (4/17/2013 11:12 AM)

Thank you, great work!

Dr. Janna Varfolomeyev - (7/24/2012 1:53 AM)

If the gum recession has continued a year or two how to fix a defect?

Kevin Rhodes - (6/9/2012 5:43 PM)

Great presentation with amazing clinical and laboratory work

Juan Alberto Ruiz - (3/10/2012 7:01 AM)

Fernando simplemente ha sido genial, realmente considero que estas en la cima mundial. Gracias y más gracias.

ashfaq - (3/5/2012 5:39 AM)

i want to see video zirconia fixed implants cr bridge.

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