The Reverse Margin™ is a design feature that describes the shape of the margin built into a custom abutment and its complimentary prosthesis. It affects the direction of flow of cement during the process of intra-oral cementation. The Reverse Margin™ redirects the flow of the cement away from, rather than into the tissues that surround dental implants. This margin design can be used as part of the Cement Control System™ proposed by Emil L.A. Svoboda PhD, DDS, to prevent or reduce the occurrence of peri-implant disease.


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Intra-oral cementation is a common process for attaching crowns and bridges to natural teeth and dental implants. While fixed-prosthetics are cemented onto natural teeth, dental implants may also be restored by a screw-in technique. It is unfortunate that this latter…

Citation: Svoboda ELA, Sharma A, Zakari M. Comparing the Chamfer and Reverse Margin Systems at Preventing Submarginal Cement while varying Crown Installation Pressure and Margin Depth. 2020;1-13.

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