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
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.