Full contour zirconia with a titanium bar direct to implant. This design add strength to the restoration, especially when space is at a premium. There are less parts due to direct-to-implant engagement of the bar, which means less variables and higher strength. There are minimum space requirements. Generally no less than 10mm’s from the implant to the screw exit point. This design is esthetic, strong, and a wonderful alternative to the traditional zirconia hybrid.
TLZ-IB with Titanium Substrate
ROE offers a versatile selection of full-arch prosthetics. Learn about our Ultra Nano range of prosthetics (with substructure options), as well as our range of TLZ-IB prosthetics. We even offer patients a unique guard to help protect their full arch investment.
The TLZ-IB, with titanium substrate, is one of the full arch fixed options ROE offers. This option has exceptional strength due to the zirconia-titanium construct. It’s beautiful due to the design, and skilled application of the MiYo liquid ceramic. It is exceptionally accurate due to the direct-to-implant engagement of the titanium bar.
Review our Full Arch Fixed Offerings
|FP1||Fixed prosthesis||Replaces only the clinical crown; looks like a natural tooth.|
|FP2||Fixed prosthesis||Replaces the crown and a portion of the root; crown contour appears normal in the occlusal half but is elongated or hypercontoured in the gingival half.|
|FP3||Fixed prosthesis||Replaces missing crowns and gingival color and portion of the edentulous site; prosthesis most often uses denture teeth and acrylic gingiva, but maybe porcelain to metal, or zirconia.|
|RP4||Removable prosthesis||Overdenture that is completely implant-supported, no soft tissue support.|
|RP5||Removable prosthesis||Overdenture supported by both soft tissue (primary) and implant (secondary). The primary stress-bearing areas are maintained in the prosthesis (maxilla—residual ridge and horizontal palate; mandible— the line should not begin with a dash. Please move the elements on the last two lines to ensure this doesn’t happen. buccal shelf)|
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