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jueves, 16 de mayo de 2013

How implants can be a source of increased profitability for the dental practice

ATLANTIS patient-specific CAD/CAM abutments are available for all major implant systems.

This tip helps you incorporate and grow your implant cases using patient-specific, CAD/CAM abutments. Implant dentistry continues to be the fastest growing therapy of choice of dental professionals and patients alike.

As advancements in product technology continue to simplify the clinical process, incorporating implant treatment into your practice can be profitable and easier than one might think.




An example of this is the ATLANTIS™ patient-specific abutment solution for cement-retained and single tooth, screw-retained implant prosthetics. ATLANTIS abutments are available for all major implant systems and in titanium, gold-shaded titanium and up to five shades of zirconia.

Incorporating ATLANTIS into your treatment plan allows you to easily offer implants as a tooth replacement therapy without the need for inventory management of stock components.

Based on traditional crown and bridge concepts, using ATLANTIS also simplifies the procedure for implant-supported restorations, so all you need to do is take an implant-level impression, send it to your laboratory and ask for ATLANTIS. Additionally, because ATLANTIS abutment margins can be designed and manufactured to where you want them, cement removal is simplified for ensured, long-term results. If retrievability is what you need, ATLANTIS™ Crown Abutment is provided as one final component that is placed using only a single step for single-tooth, screw-retained restorations.

ATLANTIS is backed by a comprehensive warranty. In fact, if an implant supplier does not honor their warranty due to the use of an ATLANTIS abutment, DENTSPLY Implants will cover both the abutment and the implant*, so you never have to limit yourself.

For more information, visit dentsplyimplants.com.

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