All In Bar® A permanent bridge within 10 hours
Create a rigid frame for a permanent bridge on the same day you place the implants! The purpose of the system is to create an extremely rigid frame/titanium bar to distribute stresses, eliminate all micromovements and strengthen the bridge to make it "permanent". It provides the mechanical qualities of machined framework at a competitive price, with a result in under 6 hours.
〉 For the practitioner
• Reduced time for making the bridge (fewer appointments).
• Very competitive costs.
• No disadvantages related to the titanium cast.
• Framework with machined connections without sending it to a machining centre.
〉 For the patient
• Loading of the prosthesis the same day as the implants are inserted.
• Very competitive price.
〉 2 horizontally flexible wings and very rigid vertically. The horizontal suppleness allows them to be bent easily to fit the patient’s arch anatomy.
〉 Possibility of retouching the wings by cutting them height or widthwise.
〉 Sanded coping to allow the resin to adhere.
〉 Large diameter asperities (irregularities) for very good retention of the resin in the framework to prevent cosmetic fractures.
〉 Fits on TETRA abutment posts from our ranges of implants..
〉 Global All In Bar® protocol
To enable us to receive patients at 8.30 am and screw the permanent bridge by 6.30 pm, each step is optimised around a global protocol (impression, preservation of intermaxillary relations, prefabricated elements, etc.).
〉 Production of the bridge in 6 hours
The framework is made in the laboratory in 15 to 25 minutes using forceps. The resin work is standard, with plaster cast and setting block. Then two techniques are possible: casting resin or pressed resin for polymerisation.
1 – Screwing of Tetra abutments on implants
2 – Recording of occlusion and taking an impression
3 – Screwing of the permanent bridge
A proven system
〉 Multicentric studies by clinicians and university professors for 18 months designing of 43 bridges according to the allinbar® protocol:
• On 300 implants.
• 23 maxillae.
• 3 bi-maxillae.
〉 No failure:
• All bridges are in mouth today and all patients are satisfied with the functional and esthetic results.
The feasibility tests were carried out with success at the University Hospital of Clermont-Ferrand (France). Cases have been followed-up for 6 months without incident (Dr Marion Bessadet, Dr Cédric Huard, Mr Vasconcelos and Prof. Jean-Luc Veyrune).