While implant-supported restorations have proven to be successful in many cases, they do take time to allow the patient to heal. After placing the implant, time must pass to allow the bone to stabilize the implant. Once the implant is stable, a healing abutment is used to prepare the gums for the final restoration. From there, the final restoration must have an abutment to support the finished restoration. Through Myron's, you have access to information and products that assist you in placing implant-supported restorations.
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