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Volume 29 , Issue 3
May/June 2009

Pages 307-313


The One-Model Technique: A New Method for Immediate Loading with Fixed Prostheses in Edentulous or Potentially Edentulous Jaws

Leonello Biscaro, DDS/Alberto Becattelli, MD/Paola M. Poggio, DDS, MSD/Massimo Soattin, CDT/Franco Rossini, CDT


PMID: 19537470
DOI: 10.11607/prd.00.0858

This article examines a new prosthetic procedure for the immediate loading of implants with a fixed prosthesis in edentulous or potentially edentulous arches. In these situations, one of the main problems associated with immediate loading is the transfer of diagnostic information to the master cast. This technique takes advantage of an acrylic resin transfer plate that enables transfer of the study cast information to the master cast. Without any intrasurgical impression or any recording of the maxillomandibular relationship during or after surgery, construction of an adequate esthetic and functional fixed prosthesis is possible on the basis of diagnostic information acquired in the presurgical phase. The methodology is always applicable when there is an indication for immediate loading of implants. The rationale and guidelines for the successful use of this technique in edentulous or potentially edentulous arches are discussed and illustrated with a clinical case. (Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent 2009;29:307313.)


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