Screw Retained Restoration

Screw Retained Restoration

Screw Retained Restoration


The screw-retained restoration procedure allows for simple and easy retrieval, and upholding of abutments during routine checkups, with minimal risk of damage to the existing restoration. These advantages have made the choice of screw-retained restorations especially attractive to dentists and patients alike, facilitating patient comfort and saving chair-time for the dentist.

MIS offers a wide variety of abutments for screw- retained restorations, available for all MIS implant platforms (Narrow, Standard, Wide). The range of superstructures allows for diverse restoration options with an emphasis on convenience and simplicity.



For conical connection implants


The MIS CONNECT is a stay-in abutment system which enables avoiding interference of the peri-implant gingival seal.It offers doctors the ability to maximize the tissue-level restoration concept, enabling the entire prosthetic procedure and restoration to occur far from the bone, and at any level of the connective tissue. 





Multi-Unit System


MIS Solid Multi-Unit screw-retained abutments provide a superior, yet simple prosthetic solution for screw-retained, full and partial prosthetic appliances in almost every clinical scenario. These low profile connections come in different insertion angles and in varying gingival heights for surgical efficiency and exceptional aesthetic results.





MIS MULTIFIX - Fixed Restoration for Atrophic Ridges


MIS MULTIFIX allows for a comprehensive treatment plan for edentulous patients, of full-arch immediate restoration, using Multi-Unit abutments on just four implants. 





  • Simple retrieval
  • Minimal risk of damage
  • Patient comfort

Technical Information

  • Concave emergence profile.
  • Color-coding.
  • Internal-hex. and conical connections.

Clinical Cases

Use of angled screw channel to facilitate the placement of a screw-retained implant-supported crown replacing a maxillary central incisor
Use of Stay-in Abutment to Minimize Crestal Bone Remodeling
One-Time CONNECT Abutments in Different Diameters in the Posterior Maxilla
Rehabilitation of Right Central Incisor After Traumatic Root Fracture
The One-Time Connect Extension Abutment for Single Implants. Introduction of a New Concept.
Clinical Case Competition, Bahamas 2018
C1 Clinical Cases Presentation

Published Articles

Clinical Research Posters - EAO 2019
Clinical Research Posters Abstracts - EAO 2019
Replacing Hopeless Maxillary Incisors With Adjacent Implants via an Integrative Biologically-Oriented Approach
Intrasubject Comparison of Digital vs. Conventional Workflow for Screw-Retained Single-Implant Crowns: Prosthodontic and Patient-Centered Outcomes
Immediate Loading of the Edentulous Multi-Risk Patient Jaw
Implant Neck or 1-Time Abutment Level Treatment? Early Outcome of Bone and Soft Tissue from a RCT
Survival Rate and Bone Loss of Immediately Loaded Tilted Long Implants: An up to 1.5-Year Follow-Up
Bone Changes Above Implant Neck of Subcrestally Placed Implants. Early Report from RCT of Implant and Abutment Level Treatment
Factors Affecting Implant Failure and Crestal Bone Loss. a Study of 220 Implants Placed by Students
Immediate Restoration of Delayed Placement of Dental Implants in Patients with Treated Periodontal Disease
Retrospective Multicenter Evaluation of Tapered Implant With a Sandblasted and Acid-Etched Surface at 1 to 4 Years of Function