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Full-Arch Zirconium Frameworks and Pink Esthetics - Part 2 of 2

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In part 2 of this lecture series, Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero discusses the optimization of full-arch pink esthetics in implant therapy with the utilization of zirconium frameworks. In addition, advantages of metal-free restorations, framework design, as well as cemented vs. screw retained comparisons are also elucidated. Also discussed is the management of complications and long-term prognosis. This presentation is also available in spanish.

Date Added:
8/16/2011

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Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero
1992 Graduated as Dentist From Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota.
He then went to Boston to do an, In-Office at Watkin & Osorio Dental Associates with Dr. Julian ...
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Questions & Comments
yosef kowalsky - (4/12/2015 1:13 AM)

''to individual titanium bases to have a Ti to Ti -connection''. this is an important point. not having Zi to tianium connection

julian jaramillo b - (8/22/2014 10:26 AM)

The weight is 1,485 OZT, much heavier than a Ti framework, very similar to a Metal framework. This in non noticeable for the patient but it does make a difference. And this is the weight of just the framework without the ceramic layering of the gingiva and the teeth. And YES it can be polished, the layering ceramic, with GREY and PINK porcelain wheels.

julian jaramillo b - (8/22/2014 8:13 AM)

Dear Wahib, hope the answer is never too late. I do no longer do this mono block of fully layered prosthetics. They are very difficult to repair and composite turned the only way of fixing it. Now days we do a full arch zirconia framework with crown preparations , this framework is cemented to individual titanium bases to have a Ti to Ti mechanically stable and non abrasive (Zi over Ti) connection, and then we will cement either E-max crowns or Lava ultimate crowns, this depending on the case and force distribution of occlusal loads and antagonist. Yes layered ceramic can be polished with grey and pink rubber wheels. I promise to post a new lecture with the advances, benefits and difficulties of the new procedures. Best Regards!

Wahib Moussa - (6/25/2013 3:18 AM)

Dear Dr. Julian Thanks for a great lecture,I do a lot of this zirconium restorations on implants ,but Iam always worried about their weight especially in maxillary cases, what do you think about this issue,also I make them cemantable, Can we repolish them intra-orally if needed and how.,Do you have a minimmium no. Of implants to support a complete max. Zirconium bridge....Thanks again Wahib Moussa

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