Fixed FP1 Porcelain Bridge

Full ArchThere are different methods of producing full arch C&B prosthetic. One is to fabricate individual porcelain crowns and cement to a zirconia, chrome cobalt or a titanium milled substructure. Other methods are to mill a full zirconia bridge FP1 style that meet the implants if possible, or meets MUA abutments, or perhaps on custom abutments. ROE can fabricate many designs. Imaged here is a full C&B zirconia bridge.

C&B Implant Bridge. Most of these methods require strategic placement of implants, verified casts, specific impressions, and prototype try-ins for confirmation of fit, esthetics, passivity, function.

  • Screw retained fixed design
  • Milled or cast substructure veneered with porcelain
  • Implant location and vertical dimension must be ideal
Fixed FP1 Porcelain Bridge

9 Days

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Review our Full Arch Fixed Offerings

TLZ-IB TLZ-IB NobelProcera® Ultra Nano Traditional Hybrid
with Ti substructure
Application All patient types • Extra strength needed
• Less than 9-10mm space
• All, except heavy bruxers
• Does not use metal copings
• Must use Nobel-compatible multi-unit abutments
• All, except heavy bruxers
• Light weight
• To match existing hybrid
• Low bruxing clenching patients
Substructure Full Zirconia Titanium DOCERAM Nacera Pearl Zirconia Trilor Titanium bar
Materials • Full zirconia
• MiYO liquid porcelain
• Titanium cylinders
• Full zirconia
• MiYO liquid porcelain
• Titanium substructure
• DOCERAM Nacera Pearl Zirconia
• MiYO liquid porcelain
• Crystal Ultra teeth with Trilor Bar
Denture teeth
• Processed acrylic
• Titanium bar
Process • Submit flask or duplicate prosthetic
• Prototype Try-in
• Final
• Submit flask or duplicate prosthetic
• Prototype Try-in
• Final
• Submit flask or duplicate prosthetic
• Prototype Try-in
• Final
• Submit flask or duplicate prosthetic
• Prototype Try-in
• Final
• Custom Tray
• Bite block fit jig
• Set-up
• Set-up on bar
• Final
Prosthetic Design FP3/FP2/FP1 FP3 FP3/FP2/FP1 FP3 FP3
Minimum Vertical space 12mm 10mm 10mm 15mm 17mm
No. of Patient Visits 3 to 6 3 to 6 3 to 6 3 to 6 5 to 7
Quality of Esthetics ★★★★★ ★★★★ ★★★★★ ★★★★★ ★★★★
Wear ★★★★★ ★★★★★ ★★★★★ ★★★★ ★★★
Price $$$$ $$$$$ $$$$ $$$$ $$$$

Bridge ADA Codes

  • D6740 – Retainer crown, porcelain/ceramic
  • D6750 – Retainer crown, porcelain fused to high noble metal
  • D6751 – Retainer crown, porcelain fused to predominantly base metal
  • D6790 – Crown, full cast high noble metalD6790 – Crown, full cast high noble metal
  • D6791 – Crown, full cast predominantly base metal
  • D6930 – Recement bridge
  • D6545 – Retainer crown, resin with predominantly base metal
  • D6548 – Retainer crown, resin with noble metal

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