In this case report, a novel technique is described for an efficient, simple, and effective digital approach to immediate provisionalization of the implant-supported full-arch prosthesis. Today’s patient population is increasingly educated about treatment options and expects efficient, esthetic, and comfortable results. This novel technique delivers on these aims while eliminating the many challenges posed by previously described digital and analog techniques to the immediate provisionalization of the implant- supported full-arch prosthesis. This technique requires minimal chair time and cost to the provider and reduces patient discomfort and complication risk. Combining the best features of analog and digital methods to conversion of the implant-supported full-arch, this novel method presents a promising new protocol for this popular procedure.

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