The encode impression system allows doctors to restore dental implants without the use of impression copings.
The clinician simply makes a supragingival impression of the encode healing abutment, sends it to the laboratory and in return, receives a patient specific abutment and crown ready for cementation.
With the encode impression system, all that is needed for you to receive a patient specific abutment and final restoration are:
- An impression of the encode healing abutment and the opposing arch
- A bite registration
- Shade selection
Special codes embedded on the occlusal surface of the encode healing abutment are captured in the encode cast that is poured by the dental laboratory and sent to biomet 3i.
These codes provide the essential information (implant depth, hex-orientation, platform diameter and certain® internal connection or external connection interface) for placement of the dental implant analog in the master cast robotically (robocast) and to design and mill the final abutment.
Increasing productivity has never been easier than with the encode impression system.