Should the impression cap click when it pushed all the way in to the gum?

by Marina

I was in the dental office and my doctor put the screws in my 9 implants and then he put impression caps and made the impression for the crowns.

My concern is that one impression cap did not make the “clicking” sound so it might be not pushed all the way through and the bridges will be built on a wrong impression.
Would the x-ray show if the cשp is sitting in the right position?

What are consequences of having the impression cap not pushed all the way through and making impression in that position? Would it weaken the implant? Can it break? Can it leak and cause infection?
Thank you.

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Clicking During Impression NEW
by: Sharon B., RDH

Hi Marina,

Your dentist should be able to tell if each abutment is seated properly, or recognize it on an x-ray. The impression will be made to fit around how the abutments were seated in their relationship to the other teeth in the mouth. Because the attachments are metal or other material, you do not have to worry about infection or decay around them. When the permanent crowns are placed, your dentist will re-check fit and the way everything bites together to make sure they are accurate at that time.

Thanks NEW
by: Hugh

I think there won’t be any such issues prevailing in your case. If there were any, your dentist would have pointed out that in advance. If you still have such doubts in mind, you better consult with the doctor. click this link

The problem was caused by building cemented crowns insted of screw retaind type NEW
by: Anonymous

Dear specialists, Sharon B, RDH. and Hugh!
Thank you so much for your reply!

After consulting with three more specialists I discovered that my crowns were not built appropriately for my situation to begin with. My implants are placed deep in the gums, and that was a reason that it was hard to put those implant caps, and later it caused more serious problems.
My doctor was not able to clean the excessive glue when he permanently attached the crowns, because the implants are deep in the gums, and it caused a gum infection, I lost some bone tissue and almost lost one of the implant bridges because of that.
The gum specialist was almost ready to make the operation on my gums because of the big pocket as a result of the infection, and my surgeon was ready to pull out one of the implants because of the considerate amount of the bone loss...I was lucky to be able to stop the infection after a course of antibiotics and lots of other treatments.

In the end, I found another doctor who built screw retained bridges instead of the cemented type,and all my problems were solved.:)

Thank you again for trying to help.
Hope my experience can help others.




The problem was caused by building cemented crowns insted of screw retaind type NEW
by: Anonymous

Dear specialists, Sharon B, RDH. and Hugh!
Thank you so much for your reply!

After consulting with three more specialists I discovered that my crowns were not built appropriately for my situation to begin with. My implants are placed deep in the gums, and that was a reason that it was hard to put those implant caps, and later it caused more serious problems.
My doctor was not able to clean the excessive glue when he permanently attached the crowns, because the implants are deep in the gums, and it caused a gum infection, I lost some bone tissue and almost lost one of the implant bridges because of that.
The gum specialist was almost ready to make the operation on my gums because of the big pocket as a result of the infection, and my surgeon was ready to pull out one of the implants because of the considerate amount of the bone loss...I was lucky to be able to stop the infection after a course of antibiotics and lots of other treatments.

In the end, I found another doctor who built screw retained bridges instead of the cemented type,and all my problems were solved.:)

Thank you again for trying to help.
Hope my experience can help others.




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