Snappy restorations

June 2006
British Dental Journal;6/24/2006, Vol. 200 Issue 12, p703
Academic Journal
The article introduces the Snappy Abutment from Nobel Biocare AB. The product makes it easy and simple to create beautiful aesthetics and worry-free impressions. Snappy Abutment is suitable for posterior, partially edentulous and single implant restorations as it captures the margin in a pre-made impression coping.


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