Wednesday, February 26th 2020 3:22PM EST

Two Splinted Crowns

Posted on by Bicon

This case demonstrates how the rare occurrence of a problematic loosening of a single maxillary anterior abutment can be prevented. Problematic loose Bicon abutments only occur as single unit on the six maxillary anterior teeth usually due to adverse occlusal forces.


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