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Introduction to Single Unit- PREVIEW

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Mike Skramstad (Faculty)

Dr. Michael Skramstad currently is a member of the faculty in the CAD/CAM department at the Spear Campus and www.cerecdoctors.com, a nationally renowned website for continuing education in CEREC dentistry.

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You can certainly do this with abutments. Abutments have the restorative axis step for the abutment angulation though. If you want them all to be parallel, just link them together.

Posted on Oct 10, 2012 6:51 PM by Mike Skramstad (Faculty)

I'm thinking that the model axis is like placing the prep model on a tripod and once set that is axis for all anticipated restorations and that the insertion axis dial for each individual restoration would would correspond with each other. So if I selected 1 o'clock with 3 degree tilt for one and did the same on the others they would all have the same insertion axis. Is this possible with implant abutments?

Posted on Oct 10, 2012 4:05 PM by Stephen Lopuck

There will be a lot more very soon. I promise!

Posted on Mar 3, 2012 9:24 PM by Mike Skramstad (Faculty)

Great video, Mike! Would love to see more!

Posted on Mar 3, 2012 8:04 PM by Jason Eaglin

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