Perhaps you have been missing a tooth or two for years, and you are probably used to not having them anymore. As you get accustomed to your missing tooth, the more you put off that ever-important goal of replacing it. This is more likely to happen when it is in a location that is not visible each time you smile or talk. Since no one – not even yourself – notice the missing tooth, you may assume that it is not completely necessary to have it replaced. However, is this really the best thing to do, or should you work on getting a tooth replacement procedure done?
In dental implantation, a conical connection refers to a kind of implant that is considered as abutment or a heavy and solid structure for connetion purposes. For instance, titanium abutment may be used by the dentist and have this screwed securely onto the implant. Generally, the dental implant is situated in the bone, while the crown is positioned and attatched to the titanium abutment. Tweezers are also used to hold the implant in place. With this in mind, an abutment is an implant cap, which also serves as a crown base.