Lava Product Overview

Adhesive and inlay bridges have the advantage of being minimally invasive. Compared to traditional bridge preparation,
only 3 to 30 % of healthy tooth structure is lost instead of 63 to 72 %. (D. Edelhoff et al. (2002)). This makes these
restorations an attractive option for young people with healthy dentition. In addition, adhesive bridges (Maryland bridges)
show a lower occurrence of post-operative sensitivity due to the enamel retention of the restoration. However, these
restorations are associated with a higher risk of failure in comparison to conventional FPDs (Priest, 1996). Survival rates
of these indications are 70 to 80 % (4 to 6 years) and are lower than conventional FPDs. Debonding of the restorations
and secondary caries are the most prominent failure rate. Undetected debonding of a retainer may lead to plaque accu-
mulation and possibly to subsequent lesions and gingivitis.

Therefore, these indications have to be carefully considered for each clinical situation. For further information also see
the recommendations of the national or regional dental associations.

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Dental Implants Laboratory – Lab Services For Surgery in Dentistry

Dental practices worldwide have increasingly turned to full-service dental laboratories in order for them to provide the best dental care that the dentists themselves could not afford. Full service dental labs could be utilized as a great extension to any dental practice, giving dentists an affordable solution for handling dental implant or restorative surgery cases.

In many cases, dentists lose patients requiring intensive implant care to other dentists or specialized practices because their office is not prepared or equipped to handle them. Imagine your practice being able to extend your patient base by providing dental implant surgical care instead of turning them away to other practices. High-tech all-in-one dental labs are the way of the future and will benefit you and your patients for many years to come.