Intraoral welding and lingualized (lingual contact) occlusion: a case report

Dr Luca Dal Carlo, Italy
Accreditation: 1 CME
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Release date: 04/21/2020
Expiry date: 09/08/2020

Abstract

Intraoral welding was developed by Pierluigi Mondani of Genoa, Italy, in the 1970s to permanently connect submerged implants and abutments to a titanium wire or bar by means of an electric current. The current is used to permanently fuse the titanium to the abutments in milliseconds, so the heat generated does not cause any pathology or patient discomfort.

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About the Author

Dr. Luca Dal Carlo,Dr. Franco Rossi and Dr. Marco E. Pasqualini are in private practice in Italy.

Dr. Mike Shulman is in private practice in Clifton, N.J., and adjunct associate professor at the School of Oral Health Sciences,Kingston, Jamaica.

Dr. Michele Nardone is with the Ministry of Public Health, Rome, Italy.

Dr. Sheldon Winkler is adjunct professor at Midwestern University College of Dental Medicine, Glendale, Ariz., and
School of Oral Health Sciences, Kingston, Jamaica. Dr. Tomasz Grotowski is in private practice and professor at the School of Minimally Invasive Implantology, Szczecin, Poland.


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