Restoring a dental implant is becoming more and more usual in an everyday practice in a dental office. Dentists are looking for a better and more efficient way to do it while optimizing the final result and giving the patient a satisfactory treatment. With a diversity of dental implant systems in the market and considering that the digital workflow is becoming the standard protocol, we need to clarify what the priorities are when restoring a dental implant, considering that, esthetic, function, phonetics and hygiene condition are the factors behind it.
Morse taper connection and its features
Design of the abutment’s emergence profile
Crestal vs subcrestal implant placement
Margin of the restoration related to the biologic space