Full implant retained bridges are not new to dentistry and have been successfully used to replace a complete arch of teeth for over twenty years.

Treatment protocols continue to adapt and change to patients needs and expectations. Patients increasingly want a highly aesthetic result as quickly as possible with little impact to their lifestyle, work or family commitments.

As their dentist you want a highly functional result. In the past it has been difficult to marry the expectations of both clinician and patient with traditional, and even partially digital, approaches to full arch cases.

AuDentes® may be the clinical solution you have been searching for.

Let’s review the current available options:


Let’s review the comparative clinical workflows

As you review the information provided be aware that, in some cases, the sequence of treatment offered to patients may vary. This guide is intended to highlight the number of patient appointments and the treatment sequence usually utilised to provide an implant retained full arch bridge – using the various methods currently available.


How does AuDentes® achieve such significant reduction in appointments & sequencing?

AuDentes® turns the usual treatment sequence on its head – all devices being pre-manufactured prior to surgery date.

Utilising digital technology and the experience of our AuDentes® providers we are able to provide surgery and immediate placement on the same day under GA. The AuDentes® procedure takes between 2-4 hours, dependent on the case, with the patient waking from their anaesthetic with the definitive bridge in place. This protocol is well received by patients who are dentally phobic, who are not in a position to take a large amount of time away from their daily schedule or responsibilities or who find being without their teeth, even for a short period, unacceptable.

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