Cement-retained restorations are a more traditional method of full dental replacement where a crown or a bridge is attached to an implant-retained abutment.
Cement crowns are a highly aesthetic choice for implant restorations. Since there is no need for a screw access hole, the top surface of the tooth remains intact, appearing much more natural than a screw-retained implant.
Materials used in Cement-Retained Implants:
Custom made abutment and
- Full Metal Crown
Why Oceanic Dental for Cement-retained Implants
Oceanic Dental Laboratory, owned and operated by Australian-qualified dental technicians, is Australia’s full-service dental laboratory. We combine exceptional technical skills with cutting-edge technology to deliver dental restorations to patients throughout Australia. Our focus is on offering these services at the most competitive prices, without compromising on quality and service.
Benefits of Cement-Retained Dental Implants
- Natural look and feel – Achieve a natural look and feel.
- Easy maintenance – Easy to clean and maintain, ensuring lasting oral health.
- Stable and secure – Securely fits to your jaw, so they don’t shift or slip while you speak or eat.
- Comfortable dental solution – They are more comfortable than traditional dentures since they are anchored to the jawbone offer the benefit of easier control over occlusion.
- Affordable dental solution – They are the most cost-effective solution, especially when compared to individual implants.
- Durable and long-lasting – Enjoy long-lasting dental implants designed to stand the test of time, saving you time and money from frequent replacements.
- Rapid Range
Need a quick turnaround for your restorative services? Our Rapid Range leverages state-of-the-art technology in the lab and manufacturing streams to reduce turnaround times without compromising quality.
We’re compliant with ADA and TGA requirements, fully insured, and committed to delivering the best results to you and your patients.
How do cement-retained dental implants differ from screw-retained implants?
Cement-retained dental implants are secured to an abutment by a special luting cement, while a screw-retained implant is fastened to its abutment by a through bolt.
Do cement-retained dental implant solutions provide a natural appearance?
Cement-retained dental implants give a natural appearance as they blend smoothly with your natural teeth, making it impossible to tell that they are a prostheses.
Cement retained dental implants vs Screw retained implants, which is better?
The choice between cement-retained dental implants and screw-retained implants should be based on certain conditions, including the patient’s needs, esthetics, and clinical considerations.
Your dental professional will recommend the most suitable option for your specific case.
Are there any potential disadvantages to choosing cement-retained dental implants?
While they restorations offer numerous advantages, one significant downside is the difficulty in excess cement, which has been linked to developing peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis.
How long does a cement-retained implant typically last?
A well-placed cemented implant crown that has completely healed in the jawbone can stay healthy and sturdy for life. However, like anything else, proper care and maintenance is required.