Dental Implants: Pneumatic Handpieces in Implant Dentistry

Last Updated October 11, 2005

Has anybody tried to remove cemented crowns or bridges with a pneumatic handpiece? If you used a provisional cement, it should be relatively easy to break the cement layer and deliver the crown or bridge without much force.

I personally have never tried this and am worried about damaging or loosening the dental implant. When I have a problem, I cut off the crown or bridge and redo it. We are curious about others experiences with pneumatic handpieces as it relates to implant dentistry. Post your comments below.


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