CARMEN BIRIS, EDWIN SEVER BECHIR, ANAMARIA BECHIR, FARAH CURT MOLA, AURELIANA CARAIANE, ADRIAN VIOREL BADIU, CHERANA GIOGA TRINIA REINFORCED POLYMER AS CORE FOR IMPLANTS SUPERSTRUCTURE The intraosseous implants are the most used dental implants. The development of new classes of dental biomaterials determined the apparition of Trinia, a Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) reinforced polymer, used for core in non-metallic prosthetic restorations, including implants superstructure. The aim of the study was to present the obtained results in the use of Trinia polymer as non-metallic core on the abutments of Bicon implants. 35 patients were selected, 19 females and 16 males, aged between 31 and 60 years. After 18 months of results monitoring, we ascertained that Trinia reinforced polymer had a very good behavior in the oral cavity, and the patients did not complain about inconveniences due to the oral rehabilitation with this biopolymer.
Keywords: oral rehabilitation by dental implants, Trinia reinforced polymer