The best method of crownwork fixing

As we know, the non-removable crownwork can be fixed in two ways: by means of a screw connection and cement. Many factors can influence the dentist while choosing the best method for each clinical case.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of that 2 methods?

Placing on cement can be called a low cost and easy in manufacturing techniques. However, the gap for cement exterior design may result in wrong crownwork placement. In addition, one of the disadvantages of cement fixing is a difficulty while removing temporary restoration. Moreover, in this method may lead to negative consequences. Special support structures can help you to remove crowns placed on cement. If the crown is placed under the gum, it will be very difficult to remove the cement. In case using sharp tools, there is a risk to damage the soft tissue of the patients gums.

The vertical screw implants connection provides best fixation. Then a dentist close the screw hole by polymer material. Manufacturers of dental implants significantly improved the quality of dental alloys structures for recent years. The screws connection is the best way to place the crown on abutment.
Moreover, modern dental implants, like Bio 3 implants, have an active and a hydrophilic surface that provides strong bond between the implant surface and the bone tissue. The high primary stability and quick osseointegration are the main advantages of that implants. Bio 3 Implants is already a brand name that has perfect reputation not only among dentists but also among patients.