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Example of Our Immediate Full-Arch Solution
1. CASE AND ORDER INITIATION
★ Online Rx form submission
★ Case data submission
2. PROSTHETIC PREPARATION
★ Preparation of the prosthetic digital
★ Set up by your CHROME partner lab
3. TREATMENT PLANNING AND APPROVAL
★ Preparation of the treatment plan by CHROME
★ Online meeting with a CHROME specialist
★ Review your treatment plan
★ Review of the treatment plan approval report
4. DESIGN AND FABRICATION
★ Design of the surgical guide(s) by CHROME
★ Reception of Guided Surgery Information
5. SHIPPING AND DELIVERY
★ Surgical guides shipped to your practice
★ Delivered 2 business days prior to surgery
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METAL GUIDES vs PLASTIC GUIDES
Why are metal guides better than plastic?
- Can deliver FP3 to FP1 prosthetics with minimal bone reduction
- Tooth supported offering verifiable seating accuracy and simplicity.
- Floating Guide Technology means that the guides never touch bone.
- Allows full access for irrigation no matter the irrigation approach taken.
- Full visualization of the drills and implant site.
- Rigid guide – it does not flex or break under any pressure.
- Mechanical design ensures tight connections between the stackable elements.
- Small Hole Technology means stronger prosthetics, less conversion, better esthetics, and better occlusion.
- Uncomplicated approach to oral surgery.
- Small oral footprint helps reduce flapping requirements, requires less surgery, and may reduce patient healing times.
10 reasons why metal guides are better than plastic guides
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More than 20 labs work with CHROME, delivering 3,000+ arches per year.
CHROME is an amazing product that allows doctors to deliver an anchored guide system, preplanned bone reduction, and a beautiful anchored prosthesis. CHROME delivers a high level of precision and efficiency.
Getting started with CHROME is simple. Dentate patients require just a CBCT, master casts, a bite, and some photographs.