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The Prettau Zirconia Implant Bridge: Rationalization & Multiple Case Examples

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In this presentation Dr Tischler will review the rationalization of the Prettau Zirconia Implant Bridge from Zirkonzahn and demonstrate it's success with multiple case examples. In 2012 Dr Tischler's practice and Tischler Dental Laboratory was prolific in providing the Prettau Implant Bridge for patients and clients of the lab. Through case examples he will show the parameters of success with this ideal implant prosthetic product. Both surgical and prosthetic steps will be shown.

Date Added:
2/18/2014

Author(s):

Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Michael Tischler is an internationally recognized leader in the dental field for his achievements in educating his colleagues through many lectures and over 25 published a...
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Questions & Comments
ward clemmons - (5/18/2014 8:12 PM)

Beautiful work. How does one get access for cleansing and what is used to keep things clean? Thanks

Michael Tischler - (2/20/2014 3:05 PM)

Thanks Maurice,

We always use a non hexed titanium interface that is bonded to the Prettau with Ivoclar's implant bonding material.

Maurice Salama - (2/20/2014 12:30 PM)

Michael; Great job. Do you have a metal interface with the zirconium or go directly into the implant? thanks Maurice

Michael Tischler - (2/20/2014 9:51 AM)

Thanks for the comments. As far as MU Abutments. We don't use them for the distal angulation. They are used when the anterior implants are too far facial usually. The distal angles are dealt with by using a non engaging impression coping and a non hexed interface.

Keith Friefeld - (2/19/2014 10:06 PM)

Michael, thank you for putting together a very informative webinar on present day full arch reconstruction prosthetics and sharing it with the Dental XP community. I fully agree with you that acrylic is in the past and Zirconium is the present. Well done and I hope to make it to your seminar soon.

Marcus Hines - (2/19/2014 9:41 PM)

Dr. Tischler sounds like you're able to bypass the MU abutments most often but when you use them for your angled distal implants are you mostly using 30 degree MU abuts (or 15 degree)? Nice presentation.

Michael Tischler - (2/19/2014 5:50 PM)

As far as puttys I use Regenform or Dynablast in my practice

Michael Tischler - (2/19/2014 5:49 PM)

Kevin I don't do bar overdentures or hybrid bridges anymore. I have only used DFDBA Puttys for the past 15 years. They are hemostatic, don't migrate and are osteoinductive.

John Heimke - (2/19/2014 2:21 PM)

Nice Michael! I agree excellent medium for Full Arch Implant restoration.

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