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CLINICAL TECHNIQUE

Introducing a Method to facilitate making Acrylic Resin Bars for Splinting Multiple Implant Impression Copings

Safoura Ghodsi, Sasan Rasaeipour, Ramin Aghandeh

Citation Information : Ghodsi S, Rasaeipour S, Aghandeh R. Introducing a Method to facilitate making Acrylic Resin Bars for Splinting Multiple Implant Impression Copings. World J Dent 2018; 9 (1):76-78.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10015-1510

License: CC BY 3.0

Published Online: 01-02-2018

Copyright Statement:  Copyright © 2018; Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd.


Abstract

Introduction

With the growth in implant application and observing complications associated with nonpassively fit prostheses, various techniques have been proposed to enhance the accuracy of transferring implants’ position from the patient mouth to laboratory worktable. The present article introduces an applicable method for the same purpose.

Aim

The present study aims to introduce an easy and applicable method to achieve a precise impression of multiple implants in the logical timeframe with minimal effort.

Technique

Acrylic resin bars were fabricated in different widths and kept to be adapted to the position of implant impression copings for accurate impression.

Conclusion

The explained method could facilitate precise transferring of implants’ position from the mouth to laboratory in a practical and predictable manner.

Clinical significance

Introduction of a method providing an accurate impression of the implants with accessible equipment will significantly improve the treatment quality and prognosis.

How to cite this article

Aghandeh R, Rasaeipour S, Ghodsi S. Introducing a Method to facilitate making Acrylic Resin Bars for Splinting Multiple Implant Impression Copings. World J Dent 2018;9(1):76-78.


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