Complete Marginal Seating

Achieving complete marginal seating and restoring Interproximal Relief (IR) is of the utmost importance when placing implant crowns. In addition to ensuring the long-term health of the restoration, confirming IR is also necessary for the patient's comfort and overall satisfaction.

Fig. 1 - Using the ContacEZ Restorative Strip System, an implant crown is adjusted and achieves complete marginal seating to restore Interproximal Relief.

Fig. 1 - Using the ContacEZ Restorative Strip System, an implant crown is adjusted and achieves complete marginal seating to restore Interproximal Relief.

Fig. 2 - The proximal contact adjustment is done superbly, as not only does floss snap in and out of the contact effectively, but the patient feels comfortable as if the crown is his own, natural tooth.

Fig. 2 - The proximal contact adjustment is done superbly, as not only does floss snap in and out of the contact effectively, but the patient feels comfortable as if the crown is his own, natural tooth.