The Choice Digital Library is a multi-platform online tool that provides multiple restorative options to the user in order to provide the best possible patient specific crown, bridge, or hybrid denture.
We’ve made it simple to use the Scan Body either intraorally or in the laboratory to create a digital model. One Scan Body per Implant Platform provides you with 17 different options for fixture level cases, and for the multi-unit abutment level, there are 9 different restorative solutions. Work within your existing workflow and design the case for the best restoration possible.
PREAT Dynamic Abutment Solutions utilize an angulated screw channel in restorative situations. This is where implant placement and screw access channels can compromise the desired esthetic or functional outcome. Enjoy 0-30° for both fixture and abutment level restorations.
Both the Verification Cylinders and the 9mm tall Dynamic Ti Bases can be cut down to 3 different heights , allowing for multiple restorative options while only stocking one part. Take advantage of the versatility of these cut-to-height parts on your next restorative procedure.
While every patient is different, the expectation is to receive an appealing, functional restoration. The Choice Digital Library is about providing the technician with the option to choose the connecting component to the implant that is best suited for a successful restoration.
Design restorations with ease with PREAT’s ever-expanding selection of product resources from the PREAT Choice Digital Library. Learn how the Library can help make your life easier and more productive. The PREAT Choice Digital Library now offers 18 different implant systems for your restorative needs.
Enter the digital workflow from an intraoral scan or by scanning the master model.
Using 3Shape or Exocad, select the implant type, Ti Base/Temp Cylinder, and height needed for the restoration.
The CAD software will populate images(s) of the implant connecting component.
The dental technician then finalizes the restoration design.
The digital design of the restoration is then sent to CAM (CAD) software to be milled out of material of choice (determined by the dentist/dental technician).
Then the milling machine cuts the physical restoration.
The dental technician then cements the physical implant connecting the component(s) into the physical dental restoration.
The dentist then connects the implant restoration to the implant(s) in the patient’s mouth using screw(s).
Preat’s Choice Digital Library is continually growing, adding new implant parts to help make restorations easier than ever. Below are various dental implant parts that are available for download as a library, as well as matching products available to purchase.