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Maxillary Full-Arch Implant Supported Restoration Digital Impression and Maxillomandibular Relationship Workflow


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Intraoral scanners are being increasingly used as a replacement for conventional impressions, including the capturing of edentulous arches, although this may be clinically challenging. Paucity in the literature investigating intraoral scanning for fabricating multiple implant supported full-arch restorations remains, particularly with regards to in vivo studies and the establishment of a definitive scan protocol. This technique describes the fabrication and use of a custom scanning device to scaffold an intraoral full-arch scan of at least 6 implant scan bodies in the edentulous maxilla while simultaneously capturing the maxillomandibular relationship for the purpose of establishing a digital workflow to fabricate a maxillary full-arch implant supported prosthesis.

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