J Dent Oral Biol | Volume 3, Issue 6 | Case Report | Open Access

Digital Workflow in Oral Implantology: A Case Report

Naroa Lozano-Carrascal1, Rafel Rodríguez-Bauzá2 and Oscar Salomó-Coll1*

1Department of Medicine and Dentistry, International University of Catalonia (UIC), Spain
2International University of Catalonia (UIC), Spain

*Correspondance to: Oscar Salomó-Coll 

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Implants ideal 3D position and inclination are mandatory to obtain optimal aesthetic outcomes with long-term stability. Digital work-flow in oral implantology offers: Implant 3D planning with the possibility of printing a surgical stent , digital impressions and a printed model, 3D abutments design and finally manufacturing all-ceramic restorations with milled-ceramics. 28 year-old patient attended to the practice because of 2.1 horizontal fractures after a head-trauma. Atraumatic extraction of tooth 2.1 and socket preservation was carried out under local anesthesia an Astra TX implant (Astra Tech, Densply, Sweden) was placed, simultaneous guided bone regeneration was performed. Digital intraoral impression scanner was taken with scanning-abutment Core Scan body was performed. A custom-made abutment and a full-ceramic crown were made for the final restoration.


Lozano-Carrascal N, Rodríguez-Bauzá R, Salomó-Coll O. Digital Workflow in Oral Implantology: A Case Report. J Dent Oral Biol. 2018; 3(6): 1147.

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