International Journal of Dentistry / 2017 / Article / Fig 10

Clinical Study

The Ball Welding Bar: A New Solution for the Immediate Loading of Screw-Retained, Mandibular Fixed Full Arch Prostheses

Figure 10

The fabrication of the prosthesis is completed in the laboratory (a), which after a few hours return the Toronto Bridge to the dentist for clinical application. The clinician delivers the prosthesis to the patient (b), after a careful check of the occlusion that must be perfectly balanced; then, the clinician closes the holes of the cylinders with Teflon soaked in chlorhexidine 5% and light curing flowable composite resin (c). The panoramic radiograph shows the titanium framework and the perfect adaptation of this structure on implant abutments (d).
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