The single tooth restoration is probably the most popular and achieves excellent results. A single implant crown can be either cemented or screw retained and a choice of abutments can help solve space and angulation issues.
After the placement and healing time has elapsed, an impression using a material capable of picking up the transfer coping is sent to the laboratory. The correct positioning cylinder must be used in the impression to show the lab the correct choice of analog.
Once in the lab a gingival soft tissue model is made to ensure that the crown is contoured correctly and the impression is cast.
The construction of the substructure is meticulous, and involves waxing up the coping using case specific components to ensure the precision fit. It is possible to use various types of restoration and we have had excellent results using techniques shown in the products section.