Integrated System to stabilize Dental Prostheses
Mauricio Bulnes Bulnes Carrasco
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Integrated system to stabilize dental prostheses comprising a 3D surgical guide a guide bar an implant holder two mini-implants and a prosthetic bar and procedure to correctly apply the same. This new dental implant design allows improvement of the implant-to-bone contact with an innovative biomechanical design while retaining the advantages of mini-implants (less traumatic cost effective) to stabilize mandibular overdentures. The advantage of this system is the stabilization of dental prostheses with lower costs and much less trauma for the patient than the traditionally used method. The improvements in the biomechanical design have been reported in the ISI journal showing higher clinical performance in bone loss and implant survival. This technology is currently in the advanced prototype stage with final clinical trials and evaluation still underway and with no finished product currently either produced or commercialized. The University is seeking for a licensee for this technology.