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The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants
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Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 4 (1989), No. 2     1. June 1989
Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 4 (1989), No. 2  (01.06.1989)

Page 147-152


The Restoration of Improperly Inclined Osseointegrated Implants
Lewis, S. / Avera, S. / Engleman, M. / Beumer III, J.
Improper implant angulation is one of the most difficult problems to overcome in the fabrication of implant-supported and implant-retained restorations. Several techniques using the UCLA abutment have been developed to solve these problems. The creation of large screw-access holes for moderate angulation and the fabrication of telescopic copings and overlay castings for severe angulation problems are discussed.

Keywords: hexagon, overlay casting, screw-access opening, telescopic copings, UCLA abutment