Case Report

I-physio profile designer concept: How to avoid conventional impression

Legros J. Michel , Michel J.F

Legros J. Michel
Private practice, Grenoble, France. Email: jfmichel.rennes@hotmail.fr

Michel J.F
Master of conference, Faculty of Dentistry of Rennes, France
Online First: December 01, 2019 | Cite this Article
Michel, L., J.F, M. 2019. I-physio profile designer concept: How to avoid conventional impression. Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science 4(3): 184-187. DOI:10.15562/jdmfs.v4i3.1015


Objective: Present a new technique réduction the clinical steps of implant placement and impression for crown on implant. Develop the concept of gingival sculpting with I-physio healing abutments.

Methods:This case presentation shows how to use the new concept of I-physio profile designer abutment to shape the gingiva during healing and use this abutment for impression before placing the final crown.

Results: This simplified procedure shows that I-physio profile designer abutments reduce the clinical and prosthetic steps in implantology.

Conclusion: In the future, implantology and prosthodontics on implants will certainly benefit from this technique and improve the long-term results for the patients.

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