In the last 15 years implantology world has changed a lot thanks to the development of digital tech-nology and innovative materials. The traditional metals badly adapt to new technologies and new clinical needs. The greater rigidity involves a discharge of forces on the bone often compromising the final results or creating problems of bone retraction.
The high weight, thermal shock phenomena, bimetallism, difficult to control castings affect efficiency by increasing timing and costs. The advent of new materials like Trilor has allowed the suitability of cases for immediate loading with great satisfaction for both dentist and patient.
Last generation of complex polymers like Trilor® are a valid alternative to metal as substructures
and mesostructures in implantology because they permit to simplify protocols and achieve higher performances.
Trilor® belongs to the FRC (Fiber reinforced composites) family that is revolutionizing the sector of dental prostheses.
Trilor® Arch is the cheapest (no milling machine), fastest and easiest solution (less than 30 minutes to prepare the framework to cover) for a permanent full arch prosthesis.
Trilor® Arch is ideal for immediate loading on implants.
The objective of the prosthetic restoration is to restore the anatomy, functionality and aesthetics of partial or total edentuality. The success of a prosthetic therapy depends on a correct treatment plan that represents the sum of medical and operative knowledge, also involving other operators under the guidance of the clinician. The factors that the clinician must evaluate are: