RESISTANT TO BACTERIAL COLONIZATION
All scientific communities agree on the importance of eliminating bacterial plaque and how its presence plays a decisive role in initiating and maintaining periodontal disease.
The morphological and structural characteristics of a prosthetic appliance also play an important role in counteracting the plaque growth.
Resistance to bacterial attack is very important in provisional and removable prosthesis, prosthetic bytes that are often in contact with injured, abraded and inflamed tissues, such as: marginal gingiva after the preparation of a pillar; the preparation of a periodontal flap; even more important for implant prosthetics, also for immediate-loading.
Correct maintenance of periodontal tissues
Reduction of bleeding and oedematous tissues
Reading key for a clearer and more reliable final impression.
Less plaque accumulation and gingival retraction.
Reduction of the risk of bacterial infiltration in the peri-implant site.