Extracoronal Attachments

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Ceka Attachments – Servicing, Repairs & Relines

Repair and Servicing to Removable Partial Dentures Retained by Ceka Attachments

Determination of reline or rebase–Bilateral free end Prosthesis. Determine the need for a reline by placing fingers over the Ceka attachments and at the same time apply light pressure to the free-end saddle. If hinging is observed, a reline is necessary.

Alternative Technique: Place 23 gauge soft wax (approximately .5mm) on the tissue bearing side of the saddles. Place the 694B (M3) or RE0096 (M2) spacer over the male spring pin. Seat the removable partial denture. Apply finger pressure directly over the attachments. Do NOT have the patient close and bite. Remove the prosthesis and inspect the 23 gauge soft wax.

  • If there is evidence of the tissue contact with the soft wax, do not reline as the resorption is less than 0.5mm.
  • If there is no evidence of tissue contact with the soft wax, the resorption is greater than 0.5mm and a reline of the prosthesis should be completed.

Step One: Determining the correct size of Ceka Spring Pins

View the patients records, or check the actual spring pin in the prosthesis, to determine whether the case was fabricated using the M3 or M2 spring pin. (Ceka Spring Pin listing).

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Ceka Sizer Kit

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In the mouth

Use the Ceka Sizer to determine the correct male spring pin size/diameter that will provide maximum retention. Simply start with the 1.88 and insert each numbered sizer until the best size is determined.

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Removing/replacing a spring pin in the patients mouth:

  • ONLY USE THE “CROSS-HAIR” END OF THE A1 TOOL, OR USE THE REH5 TOOL
  • Clean the spring pin with compressed air to allow for a perfect fit of the cross hairs of the tool between segments. This will prevent breaking, or torquing, of the segments when loosening or unthreading the pin.
  • Remove the spring pin by unthreading to the LEFT.

Replacing a removable spring pin with broken segments:

  • Reduce the remaining parts of the segments to the same height by grinding.
  • Make a groove in the spring pin base with a saw-toothed burr
  • Reduce the blade of a small screwdriver from hardened steel to the length and width of the groove. Unthread the remaining part of the spring pin strongly but carefully from the base ring or retention part by turning it to the LEFT.
  • Check if the threads of the base ring, or retention part, were damaged before screwing in a new spring pin.
  • Secure the spring pin with Ceka Bond adhesive.

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If the existing spring pin is not providing sufficient retention, it is quite possible the female attachment has wear, and an oversized spring pin is needed. The retention of the removable spring pin may be checked by threading into an impression piece (H14, RE H14) and seating it in the female.

In case of a small loss of retention, the head (bottom, or “cross hairs”) of the spring pin may be slightly increased.

  • Use only the activating blade of the A1 or A1L tool to increase retention on all Ceka spring pins.
  • Press the activating blade of the A1 tool vertically, progressively and crosswise between the 4 segments of the spring pin (see picture).
  • Activate step-by-step and check if the spring pin has attained adequate retention
  • Never make lateral or bending movements, as one or more spring pin segments might fracture

In case of larger losses of retention, use the Ceka Sizer to determine the appropriate spring pin for the existing female. Reasons for losses of retention are as follows:

  • Frequent activation of the spring pin will reduce the elasticity of the alloy
  • Divergent or non-parallel attachments will cause loss of retention and premature wear on the female
  • If retention is not achieved because the spring pin does not fully snap into the female, the retention zone of the spring pin must be lowered, e.g. by using a longer spring pin (RE0031L or 694CL).

Step Two: Impression Taking

When parts are listed in the following sections, we will be referring to the M3 series. The M2 series has the same product number, only with a “RE” prefix (view Ceka components).

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Create the male impression analogue by threading a spring pin, or (H1) working dummy pin, into the H14 using the A1 or REH5 tool. Using an incorrect tool (other than the A1 or H5) will spread the retention parts of the spring pin and not allow the male to seat in the female.

Standard Size Spring Pin

If the standard size spring pin provides adequate retention:

Repair and Servicing 11Thread either the 694C spring pin or H1 working dummy spring pin into the H14. The H1 has a built in space maintainer; if using the 694C spring pin, use the 694B space maintainer (shown).

Oversized Spring Pin

If an oversized male spring pin is needed to provide adequate retention in the female:

Repair and Servicing 12Thread the appropriate oversized spring pin (195, 202, or 209) into the H14. When using an oversized spring pin, the 694B space maintainer must be used (shown).

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Place the male impression analogue (with spring pin and spacer, or H1) into the existing female in the mouth. Block out any undercuts beneath the Ceka female. Make sure the H14 is fully seated in the female. Take an impression. The H14 will be indexed in the impression (note the use of the spacer).

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Step Three: Prepare the master model

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Repair and Servicing 17A. Technique for Oversized Spring Pins

Using either the A1 or REH5 tools, unthread the oversized (195, 202, or 209) spring pin from the H14. Thread the H1 working spring pin into the H14 (the H1 is a standard size spring pin, and thus will fit the H13 female analogue). Re-seat the H14 with the H1 dummy working spring pin in the impression.

B. Oversized and Standard Spring Pin cases

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After re-seating the H14 analogue in the impression, snap the H13 female analogue over the standard size spring pin in the H14. If the 694C is being used instead of the H1, you must use the 694B space maintainer. Pour up the master model, separate from the impression. The H13 female analogue will be in the model, exactly where the females are in the mouth.

Step Four: Process the Retention Cap into the Prosthesis

The H1 (or the 694C and 694B) is unthreaded from the H14 in the impression. The H1 (or the 694C and 694B) is threaded into the retention cap of choice and is placed into the H13 on the master cast.

If a reline is being completed, process the reline over the retention cap to incorporate into the prosthesis.

If a repair is being completed, please view the chairside procedure.

Laboratory Procedure

Remove all impression material from the immediate area of the Ceka male spring pins with a small Bard Parker blade. Place the 694B space maintainers over the Ceka male spring pins and snap the Ceka H13 accessory over each male spring pin. The opening on the side of Ceka H13 acts as a check point for the exact location of the male spring pin in the Ceka H13 accessory and should be blocked out with soft wax to prevent penetration of the plaster into the segments of the male spring pins. Cast the working model.

For accurate relining, a reline jig or clamp is recommended. Mount the working model in the reline clamp using an occlusal plaster register or matrix. The teeth should be shallowly impressed (2mm to 3mm) in the plaster. The partial denture may now be removed to expose the tops of the Ceka H13 accessories which act as the Ceka females. These provide accurate horizontal and vertical location during processing. The impression material is now removed and sufficient acrylic resin is ground away from the base of the partial denture. The working model and substitute females now are painted with a separating medium. Replace the Ceka male spring pins with the correct Ceka dummy male spring pins–H1. Fill the metal sleeves in the framework surrounding the Ceka male spring pins with silicone rubber to prevent acrylic resin penetration.

The metal frame should be prevented from moving during processing by fixing the major connector to the working model with a small amount of stone. Place a thin film of vaseline over the acrylic resin parts and artificial teeth to prevent any new acrylic resin from sticking to places where it is not required. Place the partial denture in the occlusal incisal register and pour the acrylic resin into place, then process under pressure. When set, remove the partial denture from the working model, being careful not to damage or break the working model. Finish and polish the partial denture. Finally, replace the Ceka dummy male spring pins (H1) with either the original or new Ceka male spring pins. The male spring pins should be threaded into the retention part with Ceka Bond to prevent it from unthreading.

Reseating or Replacing of a Ceka AKS Retention Part in Acrylic Resin

Chairside Procedure

A Ceka male spring pin is threaded into an AKS retention part. The small 694B space maintainers coated with vaseline are positioned over the Ceka male spring pin. Snap the male spring pin into the Ceka female. Block out the area beneath Ceka female in the mouth. Remove sufficient acrylic resin from the partial denture to allow it to be accurately and fully seated underneath the Ceka retention part in the mouth without touching the Ceka attachment. It is always recommended that a small hole be cut on the lingual of the prosthesis as an escape vent for any excess self-curing resin.

Seat the Ceka attachment with small space maintainers-–694B–correctly in the partial denture in the patient’s mouth and hold it in place with fingers while carefully self-curing the Ceka AKS retention part in the partial denture, using the brush liquid-powder technique. Do not have the patient bite, or come to full occlusion, as this can cause tissue compression in the posterior and thus attachment misalignment. After the self-cure resin is set, remove the partial denture and finish. Discard the spacer.

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Laboratory Procedure (if necessary)

Snap the H13 female analogue over the Ceka male spring pin. To avoid stone flowing between the segments of the male spring pin, fill the opening in the Ceka H13 female analogue and the sleeve of the metal frame around the Ceka attachment with silicone rubber. Use the small space maintainer (694B) with Ceka resilient attachments. Block out the undercuts of the saddles and pour a working model. Remove the Ceka AKS retention component and male spring pin from the partial denture. The retention part may then be re-attached using self cure resin.

Preci Sagix Instructions

Preci Sagix Instructions

Preci-Sagix

Patented snap mechanism for consistent accurate reliable results!

Indications

  • The Preci-Sagix Attachment System is an extracoronal attachment for resilient partial dentures as well as distal, lingual, or buccal placement on overdenture bar cases in the mandible or maxilla.

Contraindications

  • Not appropriate where a totally rigid connection is required.

Benefits

  • Preci SagixConsistent accurate reliable results when using the prefabricated (machined) cast-to or threaded spheres.  The accurate size and smooth machined finish limit wear and provide consistent retention and fit every case.
  • 1.7mm and 2.2mm sizes for versatility
  • The segmented female engages the neck of the sphere, as well as a larger surface area, for more retention and stability.
  • The female flexes and provides a patient-pleasing audible click when the female is engaged.

Recommended

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Technique

  • After a diagnostic wax-up and putty matrix have been fabricated, select the Preci-Sagix male that fits the case best, either the 1.7mm mini or the 2.2mm standard.
  • When space allows, choose the 2.2mm size
  • The prefabricated NOPRAX cast-to male is recommended over the plastic castable male due to the consistently accurate precision fit.
  • After waxing the abutments/bar to full contour, use the #1300P Preci-Sagix paralleling mandrel in a surveyor to set the male attachment. A box can be created in the waxup to accommodate the proximal plate of the male attachment.

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  • The flat proximal plate on the Sagix male may be reduced if needed, but this proximal plate will help provide prosthesis stability.
  • The male should be placed as close as possible to the tissue to reduce abutment stress, increase inteocclusal space, eliminate food traps, and allow for good esthetics and hygiene.
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Cast-to
The undercut behind the metal proximal plate is fully incorporated into the wax-up

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Castable
The burnout pattern is fully incorporated into the wax-up

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Threaded
The sphere is threaded into the base ring, then paralleled and set into the wax-up.

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Do not sandblast to devest or use rubber wheels to polish the attachment. Glass beads, shells, or a PREAT fiberglass pencil work when devesting to maintain the accuracy of the male attachment. Lightly polish to a smooth finish. Apply ceramics as normal and send for try-in. A new pickup impression is taken, and the master cast with the crown and attachment in place is poured up.

Housing in Framework: Place the pink processing/duplicating female on the ball. Make sure the duplicating females are positioned parallel to each other and all undercuts are blocked out when duplicating and creating the refractory cast.

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The framework is designed on the refractory cast. A 180 degree lingual arm with deep rest is recommended. Take special care when designing the attachment housing over the duplicated pink female. When finishing the framework, do not over polish the inside of the female housing.

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Using the prefabricated Metal Housing:

Make any desired modifications to housing tail, and use Sagix insertion tool #1323 to seat the pink processing female inside the housing.

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Block out all undercuts and duplicate.

Design framework so that a) the housing tail is connected to framework or b) the framework is designed to leave sufficient room for incorporation of the housing into acrylic resin.

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The co/cr housing may be soldered, welded, or bonded to a co/cr framework.

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After successfully try in of the partial denture framework and tooth setup, process the partial denture with normal technique.  An alternative technique with the prefabricated metal housing is to have this luted to the framework with self curing resin during try-in.

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After processing, use the Sagix insertion tool to place the appropriate female insert–white (weak), yellow (standard), or red (strong) retention.

Preci Clix 1271 instructions

Preci Clix: 1271 instructions

Preci Clix Instructions for Bonding the Titanium Sphere

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Female Housing

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Females

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Male

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Spacer

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Male Keepers

Benefits

  • Bonding of the prefabricated (machined) titanium sphere in to the completed casting assures an accurate size and smooth sphere for minimal wear and a precise fit by eliminating sandblasting during devesting and rubber wheeling necessary in a cast sphere.
  • Saves time and money
  • This option is highly recommended over the plastic castable sphere (1281).
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Preci Vertix Instructions

Preci Vertix Instructions

Preci Vertix “P” Instructions

Benefits

A time tested and proven inexpensive extracoronal attachment system that is:

  • Easy for a patient to insert and remove
  • Requires minimal servicing and maintenance
  • Adapts to all situations
  • Provides super esthetics
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Changing the Vertix Females

The Yellow (standard) females are included with the Preci Vertix kit. If the friction/retention of these females does not meet requirements, they may be replaced with either the White (reduced) or Red (increased) retention females.

1. Use a small sharp instrument to remove the female from the prosthesis.

2. Position the required female on the Vertix Insertion Tool and press it into the prosthesis.

3. Check if the required friction/retention is obtained.

Please note that if the male has been vertically reduced, the female will have to be reduced as well.

Ceka Sol Solder

Ceka Sol Solder

Ceka Sol Solder

Technical Information

Ceka Sol is a range of low fusing dental solders that contain their own flux and may be used in multiple applications, especially when working with dissimilar metals.

The items to be soldered should always be cleaned and properly positioned in a correct temperature soldering investment. If soldering jigs are available, use them to assist in the proper position of the items during soldering.

Always read the labeling to be sure you are using the correct solder for the metals to be soldered and soldering at the correct temperatures.

Ceka Sol and Ceka Sol Filigran are a yellow gold color for soldering precious alloys, non-precious alloys and chrome cobalt alloys. The melting range is 780-820 degrees C or 1446-1508 F.

  • Ceka Sol W is a white colored solder for soldering precious alloys, non-precious alloys, and chrome cobalt alloys.  The melting range is 865-930 degrees C or 1589 -1706 degrees F.
  • Ceka Sol L is a yellow colored solder for soldering precious alloys and chrome cobalt alloys.  The melting range is 615-630 degrees C or 1139-1166 degrees F.
  • Ceka Sol G is a yellow colored solder for soldering only precious alloys. The melting range is 755-820 degrees C or 1391-1508 degrees F.
  • Ceka Sol CR is a white colored solder for soldering Chrome Cobalt alloy. The melting range is 1000-1030 degrees C or 1832-1886 degrees F.

It is recommended that the user wear breathing protection for safety from breathing fumes. Cleaning of any discoloring should be done with a fiberglass pencil (available from PREAT Corporation). It is not recommended to clean with acid.

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Removable Partial Dentures

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Implant Bars

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Direct Placement Overdentures

Preci Clix Accessories and Individual Parts

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               1231                           1232                        1233

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1234 Combo Kit (2+2+2)

Female retention caps

3 retentions for the female, just like the Hader Clips. Yellow is standard, white is reduced, and orange is increased retention. Note the sectional cuts in the females, which allow for the female to flex over the height of contour and engage the undercuts of the sphere.

Available in Combo Pack (#1234), or packages of 6 for yellow (#1231), orange (#1233), and white (#1232).

White = 1.7lbs retention
Yellow = 2.5 lbs retention
Orange = 3.3 lbs retention

Preci Clix Housing (#1235)

Ultra thin TITANAX housing with gold colored anodization for polymerization into acrylic resin.

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  • Do NOT solder
  • TI Grade 5
  • Height 2.65mm
  • Thickness 0.2mm
  • 4mm Ø

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Preci Clix Complete Female (#1240)

Ultra thin TITANAX housing with gold colored anodization for polymerization into acrylic resin.

  • Use the 1251B Space Maintainer
  • Do NOT solder
  • One TI housing
  • One standard (yellow) female
  • One black processing spacer
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The Preci Clix is compatible and widely used with ball abutments (2.25mm) from the following Implant Companies:

3I Implant Innovations
Astra Tech
Bego Semados
BTI
BT Lock SRL
Camlog
Dyna

Innova / Sybron
ITI Straumann
Lifecore / Keystone
Medentis Medical
MIS
Nobel Biocare
Osteo Implant

Preci Clix (1291C) Post

The Preci Clix System7Cementable post in Titanax with threaded base for the 1206C male.

Use the Preci Clix Burr Set to prepare the canal. The REH2 is used for cementation.

  • TI Grade 5
  • Post Length: 7mm
  • Post Base Ø : 3.4mm
  • Post Ø : 1.35mm

Preci Clix (1293C) Post

The Preci Clix System8Cementable post in Titanax.

Use the Preci Clix Burr Set to prepare the canal.

  • TI Grade 5
  • Post Length: 7mm
  • Post Base Ø : 3.4mm
  • Post Ø : 1.35mm
  • Ball Ø : 2.25mm

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Preci Clix REH17 Protection Cap

TI Protection cap for 1291 and 1261 threaded posts and base rings.

Utilizes same Hex Driver as 1206C and 1206CL balls.

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Preci Clix Male Keeper (RE04TI)

Plastic male keeper (0º, 30º, 45º, and 60º) for extracoronal and axial constructions. Adaptable in form and length.

Use the REP7 paralleling mandrel for the cementable 1271C Male; or assemble with the 1281C male and use the 1201P Paralleling Mandrel.

  • Burn-out Plastic
  • Internal Ø : 2.35mm
  • External Ø : 3.40mm

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Preci Clix (RA0063) Threaded Base Ring

The Preci Clix System11Threaded base ring for direct casting, soldering, or laser welding. For use with the 1206C Clix Male.

  • Use the REP4 paralleling mandrel
  • High Fusing IRAX alloy (1400-1600º C)
  • Height : 1.30mm
  • External Ø : 3.40mm

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The Preci Clix System12Threaded TI base ring for bonding into cast/milled structure.

2mm thread for use with Preci Clix 1206C male.

Use Ceka Bond and the Clix Screwdriver.

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Preci Clix Threaded Male (1206C)

Threaded, removable male for use with the 1291C post, or the RA 0063 base ring.

  • Use Ceka Bond and the Clix Screwdriver
  • PALLAX alloy (1055-1130º C)
  • Height : 2.80mm (includes threads)
  • 2.25mm Ø sphere
  • Internal Hex: 0.9mm
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Preci Clix Threaded Male LONG (1206CL)

Special titanium male with 0.3 mm longer threading

  • Height : 3.10mm (includes threads)
  • 2.25mm Ø sphere
  • Internal Hex: 0.9mm

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Preci Clix Castable Male (1281C)

Spherical plastic male for casting.

Use the 1201P paralleling mandrel, pour only in hard alloy, and polish to a high shine using the 1230 cup bur.

  • Green burn out plastic
  • Height : 3.95mm
  • Ball Height: 2.05mm
  • 2.25mm Ø sphere
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Preci Clix Male (1271C)

Spherical male for cementation into a cast male keeper.

  • Use Ceka Site
  • TI Grade 5
  • Height : 3.95mm
  • Ball Height: 2.05mm
  • 2.25mm Ø sphere
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Preci Clix Castable (1205C)

Spherical plastic male for incorporation into post copings and for castings.

Use the 1201P paralleling mandrel, pour only in a hard alloy, and polish to a high shine using the 1230 cup bur.

  • Green Burn out plastic
  • Height : 2.40mm
  • Base Ø : 3.20mm
  • 2.25mm Ø sphere

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Preci Clix Small Spacer (1251B)

Elastic space maintainer to be always placed between the male and female during processing.

  • Rubber Ring
  • Height : 0.70mm
  • 1.80mm Ø
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Preci Clix Large Spacer (RA0055)

Pliable, Large Tin space maintainer to be placed on to the post coping during polymerization. Easily adaptable to fit the post coping.

  • Tin Foil
  • Thickness : 0.50mm
  • 14.0mm Ø
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PRECI-CLIX DUPLICATING DUMMY – 1236

Duplicating dummy of self-isolating plastic for cast metal partial frames. No space maintainer required during processing.

  • Pkg 6
  • Height: 2.8 mm
  • 3.55 mm Ø

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Clix Impression tool (RE H2)

Used to hold the 1291C post during cementation, and for impression taking of the 1291C post or RA0063 base ring. Package of 2.

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Clix female analogue (RE H14)

To be used in combination with the RE H2 tool. This component is the female analogue for laboratory processing. Package of 2.

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Clix Model Analogue (1201D)

Metal analogue to be indexed in the working model for laboratory processing. Works well with 1271, 1281, and 1251 attachments. Packages of 2.

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Preci Clix Screwdriver (IMP-XS-042)

Used to insert and remove the 1206C Preci Clix threaded male. 1 piece per package.

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Clix Female Insertion Tool (1222)

Tool for inserting the Clix females into the Clix metal housing. Packaged individually.

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Clix Male Paralleling Mandrel (1201P)

For use with the 1251, 1271, and 1281 Clix males. Packaged individually

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Clix Female paralleling mandrel (1211P)

Adjustable Paralleling Mandrel used to parallel Clix females. Packaged individually.

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Base Ring Paralleling Mandrel (RE P4)

Threaded mandrel to place the RA 0063 base ring. Packaged individually.

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Clix Paralleling Mandrel (RE P7)

Adjustable mandrel used to place all Clix green female castable keepers. Packaged individually.

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Preci Clix Cup Bur (1230)

This cup burr is used with the castable Clix males to finish the cast sphere. The cup burr maintains the circular shape of the sphere and produces a smooth finish for less wear on the female component.

2 per Package

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Preci Clix Bur Set (1226)

Top: Pre-Drilling Bur (#1227) used for root canal preparation.
Middle: Cavity Bur (#1228) to prepare the canal for the base of the 1291C post.
Bottom: Precision Reamer (#1229), used to calibrate the diameter for the 1291C post.
Available as a set of 3, or individually.

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Preci Clix Lab Tool Kit (1298)

Clix Laboratory tool kit contains all accessories needed to process both axial and extracoronal Clix attachments:

  • one 1222 female insertion tool
  • one REP7 keeper paralleling mandrel
  • one 1201P male paralleling mandrel
  • one 1230 cup bur
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Ceka Bond

Anaerobic adhesive used to prevent gradual loosening of threaded components. Apply only to degreased and dry threads. Allow to set for 5 minutes.

Use with 1206C threaded Clix male as well as all threaded devices such as orthodontic appliances, implant abutments, and implant screws.

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Ceka Site

Anaerobic bonding composite for fixing Titanax retention parts or other cementable parts. Apply a 1:1 mix to a dry, lightly sandblasted surface. Allow to harden for 10 minutes. Use when affixing all metal to metal components.

Make sure to do a fresh mix for each side/unit.

For users of Nimetic cem, (a product from 3M ESPE) that has been recently discontinued.

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Ceka Site has an identical function to our Nimetic cem (Anaerobic adhesive).

  • identical colour
  • identical processing
  • identical purpose

All former Nimetic Cem users can use CEKA SITE with the exact same protocol.

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Ceka Bond Adhesive

Ceka Bond

Ceka Bond

Technical Information

Ceka Bond is an anaerobic adhesive that solves micro-unthreading problems in traditional threaded precision attachments, implant abutments and screws, and orthodontic cases, such as the Herbst appliance.

It is non-caustic, non-water soluble, and slow setting to allow the best possible solution to cases of minor unthreading.

Simply put a dab of Ceka Bond on the threads prior to threading into the receptor. Allow to set for 5 minutes before applying a load.

Ceka Bond2
Ceka Bond3
extracoronal attachments for removable partial dentures

EXTRACORONAL ATTACHMENTS FOR REMOVABLE PARTIAL DENTURES

Extracoronal Attachments for Removable Partial Dentures

Extracoronal precision attachments for removable partial dentures are recommended when:

  • Less tooth reduction is required. Retaining abutments are small to avoid over–contoured intracoronal attachment abutments and/or pulpal exposure.
  • Extracoronal precision attachment are traditionally easier to insert and remove. These are used for patients with limited manual dexterity, or the prosthesis has a difficult path of insertion and removal.
  • The patient does not always wear the removable prosthesis. Intracoronal females in retaining abutments will collect food and present problems when the patient attempts to seat the intracoronal retained prosthesis.

Extracoronal Precision attachments are normally resilient to allow free movement of the prosthesis to distribute potentially destructive forces or loads away from the abutments to supportive bone and tissue. Three distinctive movements are defined in function: (1) Hinge, (2) Vertical, and (3) rotational.

The fewer abutments remaining, and the weaker the abutments are, the greater the need for resiliency or free movement to direct the forces away from the abutments to the supportive bone and tissue via the base of the prosthesis.

A new idea in removable partial dentures.

THREE male keeper options:

  • 30, 45, and 60º patterns allow for improved hygiene– open embrasures and light gingival contact.

THREE 2.25mm Ø sphere options:

  • Plastic castable sphere pattern with cup bur
  • TI bondable sphere
  • TI thread-in sphere

THREE female retention options:

  • White for reduced retention
  • Yellow standard retention
  • Orange for increased retention
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Audible *click* for patient security when prosthesis is engaged.

Requires:

Clix 1271 and 1281
5.10mm tall
3.40mm Ø

Clix 1276
5.30mm tall
3.40mm Ø

Sagital ball attachment with segmented female for partial denture and overdenture bar constructions.

  • Two sizes 1.7mm Ø and 2.2mm Ø
  • Compatible with Bredent VKS-SG
  • Audible snap for patient security and increased retention
  • Prefabricated machined metal cast-to males provide consistent, accurate, reliable restorations.
  • Unique female contacts a greater surface area of the sphere for increased retention and stability.

Requires:

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1.7mm mini
3.10mm tall
3.10mm Ø

2.2mm standard
4.10mm tall
4.20mm Ø

Ceka Revax

The True Precision of the Ceka Revax systems provide for hinge, vertical, and rotational movements to provide maximum abutment protection.

Each attachment consists of three angulations of plastic female profiles with precision metal insert, male spring pin, and metal retention component. The three angulations allow the technician to design the case to fit the patient’s needs.

Requires:

M2 Revax               M3 Revax
3.80mm tall          4.35mm tall
3.40mm Ø             4.40mm Ø

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EXTRACORONAL ATTACHMENTS4

Ceka Revax

Ceka Classic

Requires:

M3 Classic
3.55mm tall
4.30mm Ø

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Preci Vertix and Vertix “P”

Preci Vertix Instructions
Instructions for Pre-Cast Hood
Case Study using Preci Vertix P

The Preci Vertix and Vertix “P” provides for hinge and vertical movements. It should be supported by a broad based ridge. The Vertix is a very inexpensive and popular system that provides patient comfort and abutment protection for both mandibular and maxillary bilateral removable partial dentures. Unilateral free end removable partial dentures should be cross arch stabilized.

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Preci Vertix “P” Preci Vertix

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The Vertix features time-saving and simple routine techniques, requires no additional tools, may be cast in any alloy to eliminate soldering and dissimilar alloys, and provides outstanding space-saving aesthetics. The plastic female absorbs negative movements to protect abutments and provide patient comfort.

It requires only a routine full coverage abutment preparation and provides easy patient insertion and removal. The only servicing requirement is the occasional, fast, easy female replacement. Three different female retention clips are available to accommodate all your retention needs.

The green castable hood allows the user to have a crown, or pontic, where traditionally the undesirable denture tooth is. The Preci Vertix P Combo kit comes with all the tools and components you need to do two units.

Requires:

Vertix w/metal housing                  Vertix w/castable housing
3.00mm tall                                          3.00mm tall
4.10mm Ø                                              3.30mm Ø

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Adjustable extracoronal slide attachment. Burn-out plastic male or cast-to IRAX male. The friction of the titanium female can be progressively adjusted with screw and plastic friction part. Excellent attachment for lateral stabilization.

Total height: 4.40mm.

Requires:

Vertix AT
4.40mm tall
2.60mm Ø

May be reduced by 1.00mm at tissue side.

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The PRECI-52 spherical attachment is a small, universal joint connector allowing vertical and hinge movements.

Two different types of attachments are available: PRECI-52 U (Mini) and PRECI-52 S (Standard).

The female is made of burn-out plastic for casting with extremely hard alloys. The stainless steel male is a reversed spring-loaded connector allowing adjustable retention.

Compatible and may be used to service existing ASC52 cases.

Requires:

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Preci 52 Mini
3.15mm tall
3.15mm Ø

Preci 52 Standard
3.40mm tall
3.40mm Ø

Compatible with Mini-Dalbo and Swiss Mini attachment.

Extracoronal Adjustable Resilient Distal Extension Attachment.

Delrin castable male with Stainless Steel female.

Space Requirements:

3mm vertical
Male 2.5mm ø
Female 3.5mm ø

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CSA

CSA Instructions

1.8mm Castable Spherical Attachment for extracoronal partial dentures and overdenture bars.

Requires:

Short Male                       Tall Male
3.10mm tall                  4.50mm tall
4.30mm Ø                     4.30mm Ø

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View OSO O-Ring Size Chart

The OSO is a popular extracoronal attachment that provides free movement in all planes for maximum protection. A proven retentive system utilizing an easily replaceable rubber O ring. This is a resilient attachment with vertical and hinge stress-breaking action for free-end and bounded partials. May be used in conjunction with other attachments.

Requires:

OSO DE
5.2mm (may be reduced to 2.50mm) tall
2.00mm Ø

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The IC attachment is a popular spring loaded retaining attachment that provides free movement for abutment protection without requiring an abutment crown. The IC attachment requires a 180 degree reciprocal lingual arm.

The attachment consists of a male anchor and female inlay. It is made of a stainless, chrome-alloy like those used for casting partials. It will not tarnish or corrode, and when properly installed, will not malfunction even after years of wear.

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Other benefits include no pulpal involvement, no gingival retraction before impressions, easy to adjust at the chair, and this is a reversible procedure.

Universal Male: 5.2mm length, 2mm Ø, 1mm nose

Universal Female: 2mm Ø, 0.8mm deep

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Bio-Mechanical Considerations in the use of Distal Stress Equalizers (DSE) in Partial Denture Restoration

The DSE Hinge is intended for use on bilateral clasp retained free end removable partial dentures to reduce loading or torquing of abutments. The small size is easy to work with and eliminates multiple inventory requirements. The unique design provides for easy freeing after casting and provides total lateral stability. For patients, it allows patient comfort and abutment protection by allowing independent unilateral function eliminating torquing leverage on the abutments on the nonfunctioning side. The miniaturized size allows utilization in short vertical spaces and provides for good esthetics.

Learn More About DSE Hinges

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Designed specifically for the unilateral distal extension, the Mays is the first attachment with a lingual locking arm. It can not be dislodged, but yet is easily removed for patient hygiene. 3mm vertical required. Specify Upper Left/Lower Right, or Upper Right/Lower Left.

Does not require a lingual or palatal arm. No cast chrome framework required or soldering; the male portion casts with the crowns. No parallelism is necessary, even on bilateral cases.

Maximum of three teeth replaced on unilateral cases.

Requires:

Mays
3.00mm tall
2.00mm Ø

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Learn More About Mays Unilateral

Ideal for replacing worn extracoronal attachments, such as the ERA or Ceka. Kit of 2 with all necessary components.

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Learn More About Sphero RetroFit Kit

Ideal for replacing worn extracoronal attachments, such as the ERA or Ceka. Kit of 2 with all necessary components.

EXTRACORONAL ATTACHMENTS23

Learn More About ZAAG Retrofit Kit

Bio Mechanical Considerations

Bio Mechanical Considerations in the use of Hinges in Partial Denture Restoration

Distal Stress Eliminator–DSE Hinge

- Bio-Mechanical Considerations in the use of Distal Stress Equalizers (DSE) in Partial Denture Restoration1The necessity of using a design and construction capable of relieving or eliminating torque on the abutment teeth of a partial prosthesis has long been recognized. No single answer exists in how best to achieve the desired end result.

Part of the problem is the infinite number of variations encountered in the condition of the oral cavity which influences the design and construction of a partial prosthesis.

A major factor to be considered in the designing of a partial with distal extension saddles is the number of posterior teeth missing. The larger the edentulous area, the larger is the occlusal load to be shared with the remaining teeth.

To be considered also is the status of the opposing dentition. If a lower partial is opposed by a full denture, the resulting occlusal force generated is decidedly less than the forces generated with all or part of the natural teeth intact. Often one observes where normal healing of the edentulous area after tooth extraction has not taken place. The patient may have been informed to come back within a certain time frame for a relining of the saddles. Frequently, the patient will ignore the set appointment. If this occurs, rapid resorption is nevitable with the resulting damage to the abutment tooth. Since approximately 75% of the partial lower and 65% of partial upper restorations involve distal extension saddles, solving the problem of relieving the abutment teeth of excessive stress is of prime importance, particularly if the abutments show loss of bone support.

The typical removable partial denture is a one-piece casting with clasps, a lingual bar, or in the case of an upper restoration, either a horseshoe type or a palatal bar which is rigidly connected with the saddle retention necessary for securing the acrylic saddles. It is generally recognized that as long as the denture saddles remain in contact with the tissue, moderate occlusal forces can be absorbed without causing damage to the abutment teeth.

The damage occurs when the ridge resorption takes place. On a partial prosthesis where all or most of the
posterior teeth are missing, the restoration, in effect, becomes a Class I lever with the occlusal rests as fulcrum points. Furthermore, ridge resorption, due to the patient’s chewing habits of favoring one side of the arch over the other, is very seldom equal, causing a further strain on the abutment teeth. This condition can easily be verified. When the saddles are relined, the thickness of the reline material from one saddle to the other can vary greatly. A solution favored by some dentists is the use of a buccal wrought wire arm of approximately 18 gauge. It is true that the strain on the abutment is reduced; again, however, if ridge resorption takes place, tipping action of the abutment teeth will occur.

Orthodontic wire of even thinner gauge is used to move teeth. Another factor to be considered in the use of wrought wire arms is the loss of retentive power when undercut conditions are often insufficient for a wrought wire clasp, but more than adequate for a more rigid properly tapered chrome cobalt cast clasp.

Another approach in relieving stress on the abutments is the use of stress-reducing attachments. Sixty years ago, Dr. Kennedy, who made the use of the Kennedy bar popular, had this to say about the use of stress breaker:

“Since the advent of the cast clasp and the removable bridge, a great number have advocated the use of ‘stress
breakers’ between their saddles and the clasps. These have been shown to be absolutely essential by dentists who had used cast clasps for partial dentures. They found that in a short time the teeth to which such clasps were attached loosened, and that this was due mainly the rigidity of the clasp.”

To add to this quote, with the popularity of precision attachments increasing, the same reason for using a stress reducer is equally applicable to rigid precision attachments.

Sixty years ago, the stress-equalizing attachments available at that time were made from plastic patterns, and after casting allowed excessive lateral play, which frequently caused soreness in the edentulous areas. Today, a number of attachments precision prefabricated in metal are available, and if properly applied, will assure lateral stability.

The most universally used attachment is the DSE Hinge. The Distal Stress Release Trunnion attachment, which came on the market in 1953, has recently been improved. The new design is much smaller with a width of three millimeters and a vertical height of one and a half millimeters.

The simplicity of the laboratory phase, and the durability and economy of this attachment have contributed to the popularity and acceptance by the dental profession of this stress-equalizing attachment. The attachment can be used on both conventional clasp cases and in conjunction with a variety of precision attachments.

There is a fundamental difference in the use and function of the Distal Stress Equalizer when compared with other
stress-breaking devices. The illustrations will explain the difference in function of the DSE and other attachments.

Drawing #1 illustrates a hypothetical cut through the master cast and the acrylic saddles posterior to the first molar replacement tooth.
In this drawing, the acrylic saddles are in firm contact with the patient’s saddle tissue.

The fulcrum points are the occlusal rests on both sides of the mandible.

- Bio-Mechanical Considerations in the use of Distal Stress Equalizers (DSE) in Partial Denture Restoration2

Acrylic saddles in contact with ridge tissue

Drawing #2a shows the space between the acrylic saddles and the patient’s saddle tissue.

- Bio-Mechanical Considerations in the use of Distal Stress Equalizers (DSE) in Partial Denture Restoration3

Acrylic saddles lost in contact with ridge tissue

Schematic Drawing #2b  illustrates the Class I Lever effect on the abutment teeth.

- Bio-Mechanical Considerations in the use of Distal Stress Equalizers (DSE) in Partial Denture Restoration4

Class I Lever affect on abutment teeth

Drawing #3 illustrates a further complication when uneven resorption occurs.
In this case, the rest of the right abutment becomes the fulcrum point.

If resorption under one saddle is sever enough, the tendency would be for the right abutment to drift posteriorly with a corresponding drift of the left bicuspid abutment.

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Right saddle out of contact with ridge tissue

Drawing #4 demonstrates a different situation. It is assumed that the right side of the arch is tooth bearing with clasps on the left second molar and first bicuspid, and a clasp on the right first bicuspid.
With resorption of the tissue bearing right saddle, the fulcrum points will be the occlusal rests on the right first bicuspid and the left second molar.

Provided the abutments have adequate bone support and a normal ridge contour, a stress equalizer would be counter indicated.

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Left saddle tooth bearing

Regardless of the type of retentive mechanism used–clasps, intracoronal, or extracoronal precision attachments–the object of a rational case design should first be to direct occlusal loads so that the load as nearly as possible is applied along the vertical axis of the abutment tooth. If a stress relieving attachment is used on distal extension saddles, there are two different approaches.

Drawing #5 illustrates the use of a Trunnion-type stress equalizer. To better demonstrate the action of the stress-relieving device, the replacement teeth are omitted.

Drawing #5 also shows interconnected saddles. Occlusal forces generated on one side of the partial prosthesis are transmitted to the opposite side.

Again, as long as the acrylic saddles stay in intimate contact with the patient’s saddle tissue, no adverse affects will occur.

Ridge resorption, particularly if it is uneven, will adversely affect the abutment teeth.

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Use of Trunnion stress equalizers with interconnected saddles

Drawing #6 illustrates the unilateral approach, which is preferred by most dentists.

In the unilateral application, occlusal forces are absorbed by the individual saddle.

If more ridge resorption occurs on one side of the mandible, the other side will not be affected and undesirable stress on the abutments will be avoided.

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Preferred use of the Trunnion stress equalizer on unilateral acting saddles

A most desirable by-product of this type of construction is overall function of the unilateral approach. Under occlusal loads, the clasps or precision attachments and the lingual bar remain stationary and passive. Movement is confined to the saddle area only, with the occlusal rests taking the major share of the occlusal load. Compensation for uneven tissue resorption is automatic with each saddle finding its own level.

Supporting the rationale of inserting a Distal Stress Release (DSE) Trunnion between the saddle and supporting structure of a partial prosthesis is the report from a number of dentists who have kept the Trunnion attachment immobilized in the acrylic saddle for a number of weeks. After freeing the Trunnion, the patients reported a lessening of stress on the abutment teeth.

Since loss of vertical will result in loss of chewing check-ups and possible saddle relines.

Ceka Revax Extracoronal

Ceka Revax Extracoronal (M2 & M3)

Extracoronal Attachments

M2: 4.00mm vertical, 3.50mm Ø

M3: 4.55mm vertical, 4.30mm Ø

Ceka Revax Extracoronal1
Ceka Revax Extracoronal2

Extracoronal Ceka Revax

M3: OL 285TI

Ceka Revax Extracoronal3

Titanax female for bonding with Ceka Site. Retention part for the bonding technique, also with Ceka Site.

Benefits:

  • Casting may be in any alloy
  • No miscast or devesting errors. The accurate titanium female insert is bonded in after all other procedures are completed.
  • The abutment crowns and female attachment may be altered if necessary after try-in.
  • Provides option to veneer directly to the removable partial denture metal frame for improved esthetics. The first tooth of the removable partial denture looks like a tooth and blends with the abutment crowns.
  • The Spacer (bonding) retention system is very technique sensitive, and the instructions must be thoroughly followed.

Titanax female for bonding with Ceka Site. Retention part for the bonding technique, also with Ceka Site.

Benefits:

  • Casting may be in any alloy
  • No miscast or devesting errors. The accurate titanium female insert is bonded in after all other procedures are completed.
  • The abutment crowns and female attachment may be altered if necessary after try-in.
  • Provides option to veneer directly to the removable partial denture metal frame for improved esthetics. The first tooth of the removable partial denture looks like a tooth and blends with the abutment crowns.
  • The Spacer (bonding) retention system is very technique sensitive, and the instructions must be thoroughly followed.

M2: RE 185TI   Reduced size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal4

M3: OL 261TI

Ceka Revax Extracoronal5

Titanax female for bonding with Ceka Site. Retention part for soldering.

Benefits:

  • Casting may be in any alloy
  • No miscast or devesting errors. The accurate titanium female insert is bonded in after all other procedures are comleted.
  • The abutment crowns and female attachment may be
    altered if necessary after try-in.
  • A strong solder connection to the cast metal frame is used when vertical space is limited, or the patient exhibits a very strong bite.

Titanax female for bonding with Ceka Site. Retention part for soldering.

Benefits:

  • Casting may be in any alloy
  • No miscast or devesting errors. The accurate titanium female insert is bonded in after all other procedures are completed.
  • The abutment crowns and female attachment may be altered if necessary after try-in.
  • A strong solder connection to the cast metal frame is used when vertical space is limited, or the patient exhibits a very strong bite.

M2: RE 161TI   Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal6

M3: OL 275TI

Ceka Revax Extracoronal7

Titanax female for bonding with Ceka Site. Retention part for acrylic resin.

Benefits:

  • Casting may be in any alloy
  • No miscast or devesting errors. The accurate titanium female insert is bonded in after all other procedures are completed.
  • The abutment crowns and female attachment may be
    altered if necessary after try-in.
  • The acrylic retention cap may be easily removed (use heat) from the prosthesis and replaced or repositioned if necessary.
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap is easily connected to a
    cast frame in the mouth
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap may be easily picked up in
    the mouth

Titanax female for bonding with Ceka Site. Retention part for acrylic resin.

Benefits:

  • Casting may be in any alloy
  • No miscast or devesting errors. The accurate titanium female insert is bonded in after all other procedures are completed.
  • The abutment crowns and female attachment may be
    altered if necessary after try-in.
  • The acrylic retention cap may be easily removed (use heat) from the prosthesis and replaced or repositioned if necessary.
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap is easily connected to a
    cast frame in the mouth
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap may be easily picked up in
    the mouth

M2: RE 175TI    Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal8

M3: OL 265TI

Ceka Revax Extracoronal9

Titanax female for bonding with Ceka Site. Titanium retention part for laser welding.

Laser Products

Benefits:

  • Casting may be in any alloy
  • No miscast or devesting errors. The accurate titanium female insert is bonded in after all other procedures are completed.
  • The abutment crowns and female attachment may be altered if necessary after try-in.
  • A strong laser connection to the cast metal frame is used when vertical space is limited, or the patient exhibits a very strong bite.

Titanax female for bonding with Ceka Site. Titanium retention part for laser welding.

Laser Products

Benefits:

  • Casting may be in any alloy
  • No miscast or devesting errors. The accurate titanium female insert is bonded in after all other procedures are completed.
  • The abutment crowns and female attachment may be altered if necessary after try-in.
  • A strong laser connection to the cast metal frame is used when vertical space is limited, or the patient exhibits a very strong bite.

M2: RE 165TI    Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal10

M3: OL 285IR

Ceka Revax Extracoronal11

Irax female for direct casting with precious and palladium based alloys. Retention part for the bonding technique.

Benefits:

  • The red and blue systems provide the convenience of directly casting the female with the abutment crown(s)
  • Select the RED system for casting precious or semi-precious alloys Provides option to veneer directly to the removable partial denture metal frame for improved esthetics. The first tooth of the removable partial denture looks like a tooth and blends with the abutment crowns.
  • The Spacer (bonding) retention system is very technique sensitive, and the instructions must be thoroughly followed.

Irax female for direct casting with precious and palladium based alloys. Retention part for the bonding technique.

Benefits:

  • The red system provides the convenience of directly casting the female with the abutment crown(s)
  • Select the RED system for casting precious or semi-precious alloys
  • Provides option to veneer directly to the removable partial denture metal frame for improved esthetics. The first tooth of the removable partial denture looks like a tooth and blends with the abutment crowns.
  • The Spacer (bonding) retention system is very technique sensitive, and the instructions must be thoroughly followed.

M2: RE 185IR    Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal12

M3: OL 261IR

Ceka Revax Extracoronal13

Irax female for direct casting with precious and palladium based alloys. Retention part for soldering.

Benefits:

  • The red and blue systems provide the convenience of directly casting the female with the abutment crown(s)
  • Select the RED system for casting precious or semi-precious alloys
  • A strong solder connection to the cast metal frame is used when vertical space is limited, or the patient exhibits a very strong bite.

Irax female for direct casting with precious and palladium based alloys. Retention part for soldering.

Benefits:

  • The red and blue systems provide the convenience of directly casting the female with the abutment crown(s)
  • Select the RED system for casting precious or semi-precious alloys
  • A strong solder connection to the cast metal frame is used when vertical space is limited, or the patient exhibits a very strong bite.

M2: RE 161IR    Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal14

M3: OL 275IR

Ceka Revax Extracoronal15

Irax female for direct casting with precious and palladium based alloys. Retention part for acrylic resin.

Benefits:

  • The red and blue systems provide the convenience of directly casting the female with the abutment crown(s)
  • Select the RED system for casting precious or semi-precious alloys
  • The acrylic retention cap may be easily removed (use heat) from the prosthesis and replaced or repositioned if necessary.
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap is easily connected to a
    cast frame in the mouth
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap may be easily picked up in
    the mouth

Irax female for direct casting with precious and palladium based alloys. Retention part for acrylic resin.

Benefits:

  • The red and blue systems provide the convenience of directly casting the female with the abutment crown(s)
  • Select the RED system for casting precious or semi-precious alloys
    The acrylic retention cap may be easily removed (use heat) from the prosthesis and replaced or repositioned if necessary.
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap is easily connected to a
    cast frame in the mouth
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap may be easily picked up in
    the mouth

M2: RE 175IR    Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal15

M3: OL 285NP

Ceka Revax Extracoronal17

Noprax female for direct casting with only non-precious alloys. Retention part for the bonding technique.

Benefits:

  • Select the BLUE system for casting non-precious alloys
  • Provides option to veneer directly to the removable partial denture metal frame for improved esthetics. The first tooth of the removable partial denture looks like a tooth and blends with the abutment crowns.
  • The Spacer (bonding) retention system is very technique sensitive, and the instructions must be thoroughly followed.

Noprax female for direct casting with only non-precious alloys. Retention part for the bonding technique.

Benefits:

  • Select the BLUE system for casting non-precious alloys
  • Provides option to veneer directly to the removable partial denture metal frame for improved esthetics. The first tooth of the removable partial denture looks like a tooth and blends with the abutment crowns.
  • The Spacer (bonding) retention system is very technique sensitive, and the instructions must be thoroughly followed.

M2: RE 185NP    Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal18

M3: OL 261NP

Ceka Revax Extracoronal19

Noprax female for direct casting with only non-precious alloys. Retention part for soldering.

Benefits:

  • Select the BLUE system for casting non-precious alloys.
  • A strong solder connection to the cast metal frame is used when vertical space is limited, or the patient exhibits a very strong bite.

Noprax female for direct casting with only non-precious alloys. Retention part for soldering.

Benefits:

  • Select the BLUE system for casting non-precious alloys.
  • A strong solder connection to the cast metal frame is used when vertical space is limited, or the patient exhibits a very strong bite.

M2: RE 161NP    Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal20

M3: OL 275NP

Ceka Revax Extracoronal21

Noprax female for direct casting with only non-precious alloys. Retention part for acrylic resin.

Benefits:

  • Select the BLUE system for casting non-precious alloys.
  • The acrylic retention cap may be easily removed (use heat) from the prosthesis and replaced or repositioned if necessary.
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap is easily connected to a
    cast frame in the mouth
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap may be easily picked up in
    the mouth

Noprax female for direct casting with only non-precious alloys. Retention part for acrylic resin.

Benefits:

  • Select the BLUE system for casting non-precious alloys.
  • The acrylic retention cap may be easily removed (use heat) from the prosthesis and replaced or repositioned if necessary.
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap is easily connected to a
    cast frame in the mouth
  • Clinical/Intra-oral: the acrylic retention cap may be easily picked up in
    the mouth

M2: RE 175NP    Reduced Size

Ceka Revax Extracoronal22

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