Panthera Dental presents the Panthera Fusion Bar, adaptable to over 700 different implants

Panthera Dental, a provider of CAD/CAM implant solutions and dental sleep appliance development, has presented the Panthera Fusion Bar, a product aimed at redefining dental restorations. The Panthera Fusion Bar is engineered based on dental science principles to combine strength and aesthetic with a synchronised workflow, creating the fusion for time, energy and money savings.

Panthera Fusion Bar
(Image: Panthera Dental)
Panthera Fusion Bar
(Image: Panthera Dental)

According to the company, the Panthera Fusion Bar solution can be adapted to more than 700 different implants, eliminating the need for multi-unit abutments. The rounded angle at the top of the bar, the 10° buccal chamfer and the polished intaglio surface, provides a great seating position, eliminates pressure points and offers enhanced hygiene benefits. The low-profile of the bar eliminates the need to reduce bone and streamlines the restoration process. The implant bar is customised for the patient and designed based on the soft tissues, implant position and the dental setup, to offer a personalised patient-centric solution.

Moreover, the overlay benefits complement the bar features further. According to the company, its first splitting protocol on the market allows in-lab milling of the overlay with the material of choice, whether Zirconia or printed or milled PMMA. The Panthera’s bar extraction proprietary technology ensures the straight milling line overlay without any undercut and, as a result, facilitating the lab production and bar insertion.

“The Panthera Fusion Bar gives unique possibilities for dental labs. As a trusted outsourcing partner, our customers expect a seamless ordering experience and a quick turnaround to confidently deliver optimal product to their patient. Using the Panthera Fusion Bar solution allows any lab to benefit from smooth in-office overlay manufacturing in the material of their choice while Panthera manufactures the implant bar. This can help any dental lab save time and money in day to-day operations and total treatment time and allows them to focus more on the patient,” said Gabriel Robichaud, CEO of Panthera Dental.

Whether users choose to outsource the bar and overlay to Panthera or choose to handle the overlay themselves, both alternatives ensure a smooth and synchronised workflow to move the patient forward from healing process with temporary until the final definitive restoration is fitted to the Panthera Fusion Bar.

The Panthera Fusion Bar will be officially presented at the LMT LabDay Chicago 2024 in a film entitled Back To The Fusion starring Hugo Hébert and Jeffrey Dugré.

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