What is the Titanium Bar?

By August 12, 2019Dentist

Titanium BarImplant supported over-dentures are commonly used by many dental implant specialists. At Dream Dental, we offer a variety of dental implant options, one of which is a titanium bar dental implant. CAD/CAM technology allows us to use a titanium bar that is placed and fit with a fixed or partial denture. Using CAD software, we are able to design an over-denture that is fit precisely to your mouth.

Using a pantograph milling device, the bar is milled without the need for welding or soldering. We are able to create a variety of bar designs and can screw the implant directly to the titanium bar, allowing for proper strength and support. Dream Dental Implant Center prefers the titanium bar as it is easy to maintain and will not cause harm to surrounding tissue.

Several patients have been treated using this implant option with great success. Restorative dentistry procedures are all about long-term prognosis and predictability. Using the CAD/CAM technology, Dream Dental Implant Center in Salt Lake City can provide custom milled titanium alloy bars providing a great fit. With titanium, we are able to provide a durable and stronger option compared to a gold cast bar. If you have limited bone density, or you need alternative options for dental implant procedures, contact our office to learn more about implant supported milled bar over-dentures.

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  • William Bramhall says:

    I am interested. I’ve had dentures since 1992. They always get loose, and have to use glue. Tired of the maintenance. Need a denture that I can eat with, including knawing on bones, or picking a sticker out of my skin like I did when I had my own teeth. Diabetes stole them away.

    • Admin says:

      William your experience sounds like so many of our patients. Dental implants will change your life and give you back what you have been missing. WE would love to help you.

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