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logo 19 • CAMLOG Partner Magazine • December 2018 9 restoration (Fig. 30). The preparatory measures for the fabrication of the individual CAD/CAM abutments were taken on the basis of this set-up. These were designed virtually and ordered from the DEDICAM fabrication service. The individual telescope abutments were inserted definitively and mounted with the torque recommended by the manufacturer (Figs. 31 to 33). The galvanically fabricated secondary crowns were placed on the primary crowns (Figs. 34 and 35). Tooth 16 as well as the LODI implants were extracted. The treatment protocol calls for intraoral bonding of the secondary crown to the tertiary framework, under confirmation of the determined bite registration (Figs. 36 and 37). A pick-up impression of the framework was then realized using an individual tray. As the abutments remain in the mouth with this concept, a specially Fig. 20: The prefabricated restoration was checked intraorally for tension-free status. Fig. 19: The COMFOUR Titanium caps were screwed on before closure of the soft tissue. CASE STUDY Figs. 25 and 26: In the second quadrant, an apical displacement flap was prepared during exposure to increase the keratinized peri-implant mucosa. Fig. 27: The impression was taken eight weeks after exposure. Fig. 28: The primary impression was taken with prefabricated trays and the impression posts for the closed technique. Fig. 29: The registration templates were fixed in a stable position on the gingiva formers during determination of the bite registration. Fig. 21: The titanium caps for the immediate screw-retained temporary restoration were polymerized using PMMA plastic. Fig. 30: A wax try-in is indispensable for checking the functional and esthetically pleasing overall restoration.