There 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