Means the implant and the abutment and the final crown are done in the same surgery, however this technique is done only in perfect condition regarding the bone quality and quantity, it’s is only recommended for the lower jaw single tooth replacement. Due to our Laser assisted dental implants surgery and our robotic Cad Cam (Computerized assisted dentistry – computerized assisted machinery), now we can do the dental implant with a flapless surgery means without incision or flap or sutures and fix the abutment at 35 newton and do the Cad Cam crown in the same session, of course this is only in perfect condition and recommended only for the lower jaw.
Means the implant and the abutment and a fixed (and not removable) temporary resin aesthetic crown are done in the same session of the surgery, this technique enable us to control the healing phases of the gum around the implant specially in the aesthetic zone. This procedure also enable the patient to have an immediate temporary tooth for both functional and aesthetic reasons. This immediate temporization technique could be done for both upper and lower jaw, and the temporary tooth could be done by Cad Cam or by conventional lab technician techniques.
Or also called conventional loading, where the implant and the healing screw or the cover screw are done in the first session and then the crown is done after few weeks to few months depending on the cases.