Implant-Supported Provisional Prosthesis
Learning Module
Prosthodontic Planning and Procedures

After completing this ITI Online Academy Module, you should be able to…

  • identify the indications for an implant-supported provisional prosthesis
  • select the appropriate type of provisional prosthesis
  • specify which materials are needed to fabricate the prosthesis
  • list the various techniques to fabricate the prosthesis 
Classification Tags
Attachment Types
Cement Retention
Components & Materials
Esthetics
Learning Module
Mucosa Conditioning
Prosthesis Design
Prosthesis Materials
Prosthodontic Planning & Procedures
Prosthodontics
Provisional Prostheses
Screw Retention
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Publication date: January 11, 2015 | Review date: April 10, 2018 | Next review date: April 10, 2021
Comments
Question: If the PEEK provisional abutments are not bondable, can we still customize the transitional zone with flowable composite?
Posted on 10/22/14 3:42 AM.
This article has some helpful hints on the pre-treatment of PEEK:

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0022391314002583

Hope it helps!
Posted on 10/24/14 10:54 PM in reply to Nicolai Ciobanu.
Good lecture, but I wish for a continuum discussing provisional restorations that could be used in implant dentistry, not necessarily implant supported.
Posted on 2/11/15 8:00 AM.
Great Lecture!
Posted on 3/10/16 5:55 AM.
very informative
Posted on 11/20/16 3:14 AM.
Yes the flowable composite with titanium abutment
Posted on 11/20/16 3:16 AM in reply to Nicolai Ciobanu.
Can PMMA be relined with acrylic resine?
Posted on 8/2/17 6:40 PM in reply to Phyrum Mok.
Can PMMA be relined with acrylic resine?
Posted on 8/2/17 6:40 PM in reply to Phyrum Mok.
Can be PMMA a good solution for long term provisional restoration?
Posted on 8/6/17 3:42 AM in reply to John Hyun Uk Cho.
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