Our goal is to provide our clients with a durable, natural looking set of teeth they can be proud of. We use the best materials and process to minimize distortion and create great fit and aesthetic. TC offers:
- Implants Crown and Bridges
- Full Arch Removable
Full Arch Fixed
- Crystal Ultra Hybrid
- TC Initial All-On-X
Titanium Implants Bars
TC manufactures a wide range of
restorative solutions for edentulous patients
Regardless of the number of implants placed, you may choose from a wide variety of implants bar types meeting many different clinical and patient-specific financial situations. These incredibility strong prosthetic devices are custom fabricated and precisely milled from titanium, chromium cobalt or zirconia to create a perfect, passive fit. Our bars are compatible with most implants systems and are ideal for All-On-4 type cases. By using the latest industrial five-axis milling machines, our technicians create bars that provide excellent stability and are resistant to rotation and lateral movements.
Implants bars increase the range of dental restorative options available to your patients
When restoring the edentulous patient, many factors, such as clinical situation, patient expectations and financial situation need to be understood in order to find the best restorative solution. TC offers reliable wide range of implants bars to meet virtually every need.
Implants bars are a treatment option for patients with hard and soft tissue loss
Implants bars with an over-denture provide easy hygiene and maintenance for both patients and the office. This is an alternative to a bone grafting procedure even for patients with substantial bone loss. This prothesis will improve a patient’s quality of life, allowing for normal speech, and mastication, with an increased level of self-confidence.
Various fixed applications may be considered that offer replacement for natural dentition and offer direct access to implants. There are different types of implants bars, including, wraparound and Montreal. Fixed removable solutions include replacement of teeth and soft tissue and allow for easy maintenance for elderly patients. Available implant bar types: Dolder, Hader, Round and free-form milled.
Reliable offers implant bars that are milled from a solid monolithic biocompatible titanium pucks. They are finished and ready to deliver to the patient.
The attachments are screw-retained and deliver with the bar. They allow for easy, immediate placement and maintenance. Dolder slips, Zest anchors or ball retention applications are available.
Available for major implant manufacturers, such as Straumann, Nobel, Dentsply, 3i, Zimmer, Keystone, Hiossen, Osstem and more. We are adding manufacturer compatibility on a regular basis.
Custom Abutment for all major implant brands
TC provides custom abutments in one-piece titanium and zirconia, with a Ti-base connection, both cement and screw retained. We use the abutment design software by Dental Wings and have painstakingly developed our library with a top-down approach to first design the full contour and then design our abutments within the space created. All of our abutments are designed to optimize a natural prepped tooth structure.
The goal of any custom abutment is that the restorations are as ideally placed as possible: the cement gap is properly placed for ideal removal; the papilla and gingival can be properly contoured; and the best form, fit, function, and aesthetics can be achieved.
Moving the crown’s emergence close to the natural tooth to achieve the best inter proximal contact. This design insures that we regain the interdental papilla .
Setting the ideal margins to help create crown emergence. With the margin heights, ideal cement retrieval is optimized.
Designing the ideal circumferential thickness to achieve the correct crown emergence and give the proper aesthetic, form and function to the tooth.
Ideal gingival sculpting. The abutment emergence profile dictates the neck width and gingival zenith and height.
Correcting angulation of misaligned implants, and most importantly changing the angle of disclusion in the final restoration. For every 10-degree change in the angle of disclusion there is a 35-degree change in force applied. Based on this fact, we tilt it back to get ideal disclusion, even though the angle is determined by the bite of the patient. We can reduce the stress on the implant by rotating it into a more ideal occlusion. This is especially effective on anterior teeth, as we are able to control the angle of emergence.