What is BioHPP?

What is BioHPP?

BioHPP (High Performance Polymer) is a high-tech. thermoplastic polymer based on PEEK. It was created. and optimized for dental use. It contains ceramic microparticles for better polishing of the restorations.

What is surgical implant abutment?

When your dentist installs your dental implant, the metal part that serves as a base for the crown is known as an abutment. It serves solely as a connector with one part attached to your jawbone, while the crown is fitted on the other end.

How much does a custom abutment cost?

In the U.S., abutments cost $750 – $2000 on average. Custom abutments may increase the fee. The dental crown that restores your dental implant is comparable to a tooth crown.

Are abutments painful?

Your oral surgeon will need to place the abutment, which is the piece where your new crown will attach. This procedure is less invasive and less painful than the implantation. To place the abutment, your surgeon will reopen your gum to expose the dental implant.

How long does implant abutment take?

Getting Your Abutment Placed – 1-2 Weeks The abutment is what your permanent implant restoration will attach to. This involves folding back the gum tissue from your appointment, placing an abutment, and placing a healing collar or temporary tooth on the abutment to keep the gums from healing around it.

Can you eat nuts with dental implants?

Immediately after dental implants are placed, the surgical site may be sore and tender. Dental implants will improve patient comfort so the foods that were too difficult to eat after tooth loss occurred, including nuts, apples, chips, and popcorn, can be consumed again.

What are the best types of abutments for implants?

Dental implant abutment

  • Titanium abutments. Titanium abutments are widely used due to the excellent properties of the titanium alloys.
  • Zirconium abutments. Zirconium abutments are more modern abutments, which are used to better complement the aesthetics of a dental implant restoration.
  • Other materials.

Why choose biohpp for dentures?

High performance polymers have a very great potential to serve as shell material, both for fixed and removable dentures. In combination with secondary metallic or ceramic structures BioHPP achieves excellent frictional properties. Thus wearing comfort and ease of installation and removal are of primary importance to the patients.

What are the advantages of bio HPP for dental implants?

The possibility of composite coating – excellent aesthetics, the possibility of direct fixing (in the mouth). The particular advantage of Bio HPP is its high biocompatibility which leads to bone merging, chemical stability, resistance to gamma and X-rays, and X-ray transparency (not subject to the formation of artifacts).

What are the advantages of biohpp?

Thanks to the high durability, due to the special ceramic filler (particle size of the ceramic filler is from 0.3 to 0.5 microns), the optimal polish ability, due to fineness of the ceramic filler and minimum chances of dental plaque formation, BioHPP is especially suitable for making high quality denture.

Why biocompatible dental implants?

Biocompatible metal-free design, no interaction with other materials, does not colour the gum, is ideal for allergy sufferers; Production of crowns and bridges in the full anatomical shape. Durable – antagonist teeth are not subject to abrasion. Flexible – having the same elasticity as the bone there is less stress on the implants.