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Volume 11 , Issue 2
March/April 1996

Pages 201-204


Copy-Milled All-Ceramic Celay-InCeram Crowns for Modified CeraOne Abutments: A Technical Report

Lothar Pröbster, Dr Med Dent/Stephan Girthofer, Dr Med Dent/Martin Groten, Dr Med Dent/Bettina Rein, CDT


PMID: 8666451

With single-tooth implant restorations, a divergence between implant and crown axes, a lack of interocclusal space, and supracrestal implant placement may result in fabrication problems for the prosthetic crown. It was found that the CeraOne abutment can be modified in three ways: (1) height reduction is possible; (2) a 15-degree taper can be applied; and (3) the cervical shoulder can be reduced in height with a chamfer remaining. For these modified abutments, the Celay-InCeram system was used to create individual, all-ceramic crowns for these modified abutments with improved esthetics. (INT J ORAL MAXILLOFAC IMPLANTS 1996;11:201-204)

Key words: all-ceramic restorations, Celay-InCeram system, CeraOne abutment


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