Screw-retained restorations are a type of dental prosthesis that provides a secure and long-lasting solution for replacing missing teeth. Unlike cement-retained restorations, which are held in place with dental cement, screw-retained restorations utilize screws to attach the prosthetic to dental implants. This method offers several advantages, including ease of retrievability for maintenance and repairs. Screw-retained restorations also provide a stronger and more stable connection, reducing the risk of prosthetic dislodgement. Additionally, they allow for better access to the implant and surrounding tissues for improved oral hygiene. With their reliable retention and ability to preserve bone and gum health, screw-retained restorations are a preferred choice for many dental implant cases.