Implant Attachments

Locator Implant Attachment

Locator Implant Attachment

Locator Implant Abutment Instructions

Indications

The Locator Implant Attachment System is designed for use with overdentures or partial dentures, retained in whole or in part by endosseous implants in the mandibular or maxilla.

Contraindications

Not appropriate where a totally rigid connection is required.

Sterilization

All components and instruments are supplied NON-STERILE. Implant abutments and metal instruments may be sterilized following standard clinical procedures prior to use.

Single-Use Devices

  • Locator Males: The inadvertent re-use of Locator nylon males could cause loss of retention for the overdenture due to wear from previous use or damage during removal with the Locator Core Tool.
  • Locator Abutments: The inadvertent re-use of Locator abutments could contain patient contamination build-up and subsequent wear of the retention bands. This would result in the device to perform with improper fit and function which would result in loss of retention for the prosthesis.

Features

Lowest Vertical Height: The total height of the lowest Locator Attachment (abutment plus male) is only 3.17mm on an externally hexed implant, and 2.73mm on a non-hexed implant.

Locating Design: Self Locating design allows a patient to easily seat their overdenture without the need for accurate alignment of the attachment components.

Retention inside and outside: The unique Dual Retention innovation provides the LOCATOR attachment with greater retention surface area than ever before available with other attachments. A combination of inside and outside retention ensures the longest lasting performance.
Use with non-parallel implants: Angle correction nylon inserts allow easy correction of divergent implants.

Rotational pivoting action: The design of the pivoting LOCATOR male allows a resilient connection for the prosthesis without any resulting loss of retention. The retentive nylon male remains completely in contact with the female socket while its metal denture cap as a full range of rotation movement over the male.

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Locator Tool #8393

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Locator Implant Abutment

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Impression Coping #8505

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Male Processing Package #8519

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Extended Range Male Processing Package #8540

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Female Analogue #8530

Placement of the Locator Implant Abutment

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Locator Male Placement by the Dentist

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Alternative Technique Using the #8569 Processing Spacers

The #8569 Processing Spacer is designed to create the exact space in the denture to allow ease of Dentist chairside pickup of the Locator Cap Processing Male.

In the normal processing of the denture base, before waxing and processing, place the Processing Spacers over the LOCATOR® Female Analogs in the master cast.

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  • Set the teeth and wax the appliance. Proceed with boil-out technique. When the denture is complete, the spacers can be removed with the Locator Core Tool
  • Place the Locator Core Tool, Male Removal End into the Processing Spacer cavity just as if you were going to remove a nylon male, but instead of pulling at an angle, pull straight up with the Core Tool, to remove each Processing Spacer.
  • To discard the processing spacer from the tip on the Core Tool; point the tool down and away from you and tighten the Male Removal Tool clockwise back onto the Core Tool. This will activate the removal pin and dislodge the Processing Spacer from the tip end of the Male Removal Tool.
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Locator Male Placement by the Laboratory

In the Operatory:

Option A: Using the Impression Copings

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Option B: Using the Metal Housings instead of impression coping

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In the Laboratory:

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Patient Care

Good oral hygiene is vital to implant success. The Locator Implant Abutment must be thoroughly cleaned daily. The use of a soft nylon bristle or end-tufted toothbrush, and superfloss to polish the abutments should be taught. A non-abrasive gel toothpaste, and an irrigation system is recommended to keep the socket of the Locator Abutment clean.

Soaking the overdenture is not recommended. For patients who soak their dentures, eat a very gritty diet (salads, spinach, etc), or have health issues (like acid reflux), please instruct the patient to brush the attachments with mild dish soap and water. This will keep the nylon attachments smooth and reduce excessive wear on the implant abutments.

Patients should maintain a three to four month recall for cleaning and implant evaluation. Replace nylon males if they have a build-up of abrasive calculus; this will cause premature wear on the implant abutment. Check for a reline; a relined prosthesis provides prosthesis stability and reduces the wear on the attachment.

The sulcus area around the implant abutment is a primary area of concern. Use plastic instruments for scaling the abutments. Do not use metal instruments which may create scratches on the abutment surface. Examine patients for signs of inflammation around the implant abutments, and for implant mobility. Use the Locator Abutment Driver to make sure the Locator Implant Abutment is tight before dismissal.

How to change the Locator Male

  1. The Locator Core Tool, which contains a Locator Male Removal Tool and Locator Male Seating Tool, is used to remove the existing nylon male from the metal denture cap and replace it with a new Locator Replacement Male.
  2. Use the Male Removal Tool to remove the nylon male from the denture cap.
  3. The Male Seating Tool is used to firmly push a Replacement Male into the empty metal denture cap. The replacement male must seat securely into place, level with the rim of the cap.

NOTE: The replacement male will not stay on the tool when it is turned upside down due to the varying sizes of males available. It is best to hold the denture with the base side down and snap the male into the metal denture cap.

Reline and Rebase

  1. Remove each existing nylon male from its metal denture cap following the steps in “How to Change the Locator Male.” Replace them with Black Processing Males. The built in spacer of the Black Processing Male will maintain the overdenture in its upper level of vertical resiliency during the reline process.
  2. Take a reline impression using the existing overdenture as a tray. The Black Processing Males will engage the Locator Implant Abutments and hold the prosthesis in place while the impression material sets.
  3. After the impression is withdrawn, snap a Locator Abutment Analogue into each Black Processing Male and pour a master model.
  4. Process the reline following the same steps as outlined in “Locator Male Placement by the Laboratory.”
  5. After processing the reline and polishing the denture base, replace the Black Processing Males with the final Locator Replacement Males.
Clix Ball Implant Attachment

Clix Ball Implant Attachment

Clix Ball Attachment Instructions

Indications

The Attachment System is designed for use with overdentures or partial dentures, retained in whole or in part by endosseous implants in the mandible or maxilla.

Contraindications

Not appropriate where a totally rigid connection is required.

Sterilization

All components and instruments are supplied NON-STERILE. Implant abutments and metal instruments may be sterilized following standard clinical procedures prior to use.

Single-Use Devices

  • Nylon Males: The inadvertent re-use of nylon males could cause loss of retention for the overdenture due to wear from previous use or damage during removal.
  • Abutments: The inadvertent re-use of Abutments could contain patient contamination build-up and subsequent wear of the retention bands. This would result in the device to perform with improper fit and function which would result in loss of retention for the prosthesis.

Features

  • Low Vertical Height: The total height of the attachment is 4.0mm
  • Audible Click: the mating of the male and female components provide a patient-pleasing audible click when seated.
  • Use with non-parallel implants: Female housing allows easy correction of divergent implants.
  • Rotational pivoting action: The nylon male allows a resilient connection for the prosthesis without any resulting loss of retention.
  • Resilient abutment protecting design

Components

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Insertion Tool

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Ball Analog

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Female Paralleling Mandrel

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Abutment Driver

Placement of the Implant Abutment

After the secondary gingival healing period is complete, remove the healing cap according to instructions provided by the manufacturer of the implant system being used.

It is imperative that all bone and soft tissue be removed from the superior aspect of the implant body to guarantee complete seating of the Implant Abutment.

To select the proper Abutment, determine the type of implant and the diameter being used. Then measure the tissue thickness (height) from the apical rim of the implant body to the crest of the gingiva.

Therefore, your measurement will be from the top of the implant platform to the crest (or highest) point of the tissue. Order this cuff height.

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Use the Clix Abutment Driver to thread the Abutment into the implant.

Clix Ball Attachment Instructions7The driver fits into a standard latch torque wrench. A maximum seating force 30N-cm will help prevent screw loosening. Ceka Bond from PREAT Corporation works well to prevent gradual unthreading.

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Direct Placement by the Dentist

Insertion of the proper Implant Abutment has been completed

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Blockout

Option 1, Tin Spacer: Place a large tin spacer over the ball and contour the pliable tin spacer around the ball and gingiva. You may need to cut a slot in the tin spacer for easier adaptation.

Option 2, Rubber Dam: place a piece of rubber dam over the ball and surrounding area.

Place the small black spacer over the ball, and seat the complete female (housing and plastic insert). Use the Clix insertion tool to snap the plastic insert into the housing.

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Parallel

To compensate for divergent abutments, it is simple to parallel the Clix females. Rotate the housing around the sphere until the flat top of the housings have the same draw. This can be done chairside with any flat instrument, like a tongue depressor, or in the Laboratory with the Clix Female Paralleling Mandrel.

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Pickup

After setting the Clix housings in a parallel position, blockout any additional undercuts with material of choice, such as Perma Block. Relieve the denture to receive the Clix housings. Make sure that the denture can fully seat without any premature contact between the housings and the denture.

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Use a small round bur to cut escape vents from the relieved area out to the lingual of the denture. These lingual escape vents will eliminate the lifting or hydraulic effect of autopolymerizing acrylic resin, as well as provide an “escape” for any excess acrylic. It is preferable that excess acrylic flows to the lingual instead of underneath the attachments! After cutting the lingual escape vents, prime the existing acrylic with monomer..

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Place a low viscous mix of self curing acrylic resin into the relieved area of the denture, and seat the denture with finger pressure only on the attachment area. Do not have the patient come into full occlusion and displace soft tissue in the saddle area. This will cause the prosthesis to cant, or rotate anterior to posterior, and take the attachments out of alignment.

The prosthesis is seated in the mouth for approximately 6 minutes, or what the acrylic resin manufacturer indicates. Remove any excess resin as well as the tin spacer and black rubber spacer. Finish and polish. The female may be easily changed in the metal housing to adjust retention.

Instruct the patient in the path of insertion. Have the patient insert and remove the appliance several times.

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Placement by the Laboratory

Insertion of the proper Implant Abutment at tissue level has been completed.

Do not place a female on the abutment. Ball females are designed to pivot and rotate around the abutment. Any movement of the female “impression coping” during the impression will create an inaccurate cast.

Take an impression using a firm body impression material, exercising caution not to compress the soft tissue. Impress the Implant Abutment itself.

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Take an Implant Abutment Analog and index the Analog into the impression material.

Assure that the hex on top of the platform of the Analog lines up with the hex recess created during the impression of the Implant Abutment

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Pour the master cast. Upon separation, the Abutment Analog is part of the master cast replicating the position of the Implant Abutment in the oral cavity.

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Parallel

To compensate for divergent abutments, it is simple to parallel the Clix females. Rotate the housing around the sphere until the flat top of the housings have the same draw. Use the Clix Female Paralleling Mandrel to parallel the female housings and block out in place.

Set the teeth and wax the appliance. Invest the set-up and boil out the wax.
Try to close the flask. If it does not close completely, check for interference with the prosthetic teeth and grind the teeth as necessary. Pack and cure the denture. Do not trial pack.

Finish the overdenture taking care not to damage the female attachments.

Patient Care

Good oral hygiene is vital to implant success. The Implant Abutment must be thoroughly cleaned daily. The use of a soft nylon bristle or end-tufted toothbrush, and superfloss to polish the abutments should be taught. A non-abrasive gel toothpaste, and an irrigation system is recommended to keep the socket of the Abutment clean.

Soaking the overdenture is not recommended. For patients who soak their dentures, eat a very gritty diet (salads, spinach, etc), or have health issues (like acid reflux), please instruct the patient to brush the attachments with mild dish soap and water. This will keep the nylon attachments smooth and reduce excessive wear on the implant abutments.

Patients should maintain a three to four month recall for cleaning and implant evaluation. Replace nylon males if they have a build-up of abrasive calculus; this will cause premature wear on the implant abutment. Check for a reline; a relined prosthesis provides prosthesis stability and reduces the wear on the attachment.

The sulcus area around the implant abutment is a primary area of concern. Use plastic instruments for scaling the abutments. Do not use metal instruments which may create scratches on the abutment surface. Examine patients for signs of inflammation around the implant abutments, and for implant mobility. Use the Abutment Driver to make sure the Implant Abutment is tight before dismissal.
Reline and Rebase

Place new nylon attachments into the housings, and lubricate the attachments with petroleum jelly.

Take a reline impression using the existing overdenture as a tray. The new attachments will engage the Implant Abutments and hold the prosthesis in place while the impression material sets.

After the impression is withdrawn, snap an Implant Abutment Analogue into each attachment and pour a master model.

Process the reline following the same steps as outlined in ” Placement by the Laboratory.”

ORing Implant Attachment

ORing Implant Attachment

Oring Attachment Instructions

Indications

The Attachment System is designed for use with overdentures or partial dentures, retained in whole or in part by endosseous implants in the mandible or maxilla.

Contraindications

Not appropriate where a totally rigid connection is required.

Sterilization

All components and instruments are supplied NON-STERILE. Implant abutments and metal instruments may be sterilized following standard clinical procedures prior to use.

Single-Use Devices

Nylon Males: The inadvertent re-use of nylon males could cause loss of retention for the overdenture due to wear from previous use or damage during removal.

Abutments: The inadvertent re-use of Abutments could contain patient contamination build-up and subsequent wear of the retention bands. This would result in the device to perform with improper fit and function which would result in loss of retention for the prosthesis.

Features

  • Low Vertical Height
  • Rotational pivoting action: The nylon male allows a resilient connection for the prosthesis without any resulting loss of retention.
  • Resilient abutment protecting design

Components

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ORing Analog

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Abutment Driver

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ORing Insertion Tool

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Placement of the Implant Abutment

  • After the secondary gingival healing period is complete, remove the healing cap according to instructions provided by the manufacturer of the implant system being used.
  • It is imperative that all bone and soft tissue be removed from the superior aspect of the implant body to guarantee complete seating of the Implant Abutment.
  • To select the proper Abutment, determine the type of implant and the diameter being used. Then measure the tissue thickness (height) from the apical rim of the implant body to the crest of the gingiva.
  • Therefore, your measurement will be from the top of the implant platform to the crest (or highest) point of the tissue. Order this cuff height.
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Oring Attachment Instructions7Use the Oring Abutment Driver to thread the Abutment into the implant.

The driver fits into a standard latch torque wrench. A maximum seating force 30N-cm will help prevent screw loosening. Ceka Bond from PREAT Corporation works well to prevent gradual unthreading.

Direct Placement by the Dentist

Insertion of the proper Implant Abutment has been completed.

Blockout

  • Place a piece of rubber dam over the ball and surrounding area.
  • Place the rubber oring into the housing, and seat on the abutment. Block out any undercuts using Perma Block
  • Make sure to blockout the head/post portion of the oring abutment (above the metal housing). The top of the post needs room to rotate and move without making contact with acrylic resin.
  • If this area is not blocked out, the post will become a fulcrum and likely fracture the denture when under load.
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Pickup

Relieve the denture to receive the Oring housings. Make sure that the denture can fully seat without any premature contact between the housings (and blockout material) and the denture.

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Use a small round bur to cut escape vents from the relieved area out to the lingual of the denture. These lingual escape vents will eliminate the lifting or hydraulic effect of autopolymerizing acrylic resin, as well as provide an “escape” for any excess acrylic. It is preferable that excess acrylic flows to the lingual instead of underneath the attachments! After cutting the lingual escape vents, prime the existing acrylic with monomer.

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Place a low viscous mix of self curing acrylic resin into the relieved area of the denture, and seat the denture with finger pressure only on the attachment area. Do not have the patient come into full occlusion and displace soft tissue in the saddle area. This will cause the prosthesis to cant, or rotate anterior to posterior, and take the attachments out of alignment.

The prosthesis is seated in the mouth for approximately 6 minutes, or what the acrylic resin manufacturer indicates. Remove any excess resin as well as the tin spacer and black rubber spacer. Finish and polish. The female may be easily changed in the metal housing to adjust retention.

Instruct the patient in the path of insertion. Have the patient insert and remove the appliance several times.

Placement by the Laboratory

  • Insertion of the proper Implant Abutment at tissue level has been completed.
  • Do not place a female on the abutment. ORing females are designed to pivot and rotate around the abutment. Any movement of the female “impression coping” during the impression will create an inaccurate cast.
  • Take an impression using a firm body impression material, exercising caution not to compress the soft tissue. Impress the Implant Abutment itself.
  • Take an Implant Abutment Analog and index the Analog into the impression material. Assure that the hex on top of the platform of the Analog lines up with the recess created during the impression of the Implant Abutment.
  • Pour the master cast.  Upon separation, the Abutment Analog is part of the master cast replicating the position of the Implant Abutment in the oral cavity.
  • Set the teeth and wax the appliance. Invest the set-up and boil out the wax. Place the gold plated retainer rings containing the red processing ORings over the analogs. The more open side of the metal retainer is oriented towards the gingiva.
  • Use Rubber-Sep or plaster to block out the space between the bottom of the retainer ring and the gingiva. The top of the male analog should also be blocked out.
  • Try to close the flask. If it does not close completely, check for interference with the prosthetic teeth and grind the teeth as necessary. Pack and cure the denture. Do not trial pack.
  • Finish the overdenture taking care not to damage the retainer rings. Replace the red processing ORings with the white final ORings.
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Patient Care

Good oral hygiene is vital to implant success. The Implant Abutment must be thoroughly cleaned daily. The use of a soft nylon bristle or end-tufted toothbrush, and superfloss to polish the abutments should be taught. A non-abrasive gel toothpaste, and an irrigation system is recommended to keep the socket of the Abutment clean.

Soaking the overdenture is not recommended. For patients who soak their dentures, eat a very gritty diet (salads, spinach, etc), or have health issues (like acid reflux), please instruct the patient to brush the attachments with mild dish soap and water. This will keep the nylon attachments smooth and reduce excessive wear on the implant abutments.

Patients should maintain a three to four month recall for cleaning and implant evaluation. Replace nylon males if they have a build-up of abrasive calculus; this will cause premature wear on the implant abutment. Check for a reline; a relined prosthesis provides prosthesis stability and reduces the wear on the attachment.

The sulcus area around the implant abutment is a primary area of concern. Use plastic instruments for scaling the abutments. Do not use metal instruments which may create scratches on the abutment surface. Examine patients for signs of inflammation around the implant abutments, and for implant mobility. Use the Abutment Driver to make sure the Implant Abutment is tight before dismissal.

Reline and Rebase

  • Place new nylon attachments into the housings, and lubricate the attachments with petroleum jelly.
  • Take a reline impression using the existing overdenture as a tray. The new attachments will engage the Implant Abutments and hold the prosthesis in place while the impression material sets.
  • After the impression is withdrawn, snap an Implant Abutment Analogue into each attachment and pour a master model.
  • Process the reline following the same steps as outlined in “Placement by the Laboratory.”
Shiner SR Magnet Instructions

Shiner SR Magnet Instructions

Shiner SR Magnet System

Implant Supported

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Root Supported

Benefits

  • No abutment parallelism required. Corrects up to 24º divergence.
  • Lowest force application on abutments.
  • Applicable for direct placement into root, cast coping for root, or custom keeper for implants.
  • Easiest patient insertion and removal–no path of insertion.
  • Space friendly–2 sizes available.
  • Double encapsulation ensures no corrosion.

Selection

Both a regular and mini size magnet are available. The mini magnet is reduced in size by 30% for when space is limited.

Regular Magnet Mini Magnet

5.5mm Ø 3.9mm Ø

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Regular Magnet with Regular Keeper =1.5lbs retention

Mini Magnet with Mini Keeper = 1.0lbs retention

Combination of Regular/Mini components =1.25lbs retention

The neodymium magnet has an indefinite life for long lasting retention.

Design Solution

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* No abutment parallelism required

* No path of insertion/removal required

* Undercuts may be engaged

*No wear, no servicing requirements

* Overdentures may be root supported, or Implant supported

The Shiner SR system provides ideal retention and abutment protection for maxillary and mandibular overdentures. No abutment parallelism is required. The prosthesis flange must be adapted to the ridge and undercut to ensure prosthesis stability. The magnet system works especially well with implants as magnets reduce lateral loading.

Dentist Instructions

Laboratory Instructions

The Dentist may choose to cement the keeper/toothpiece, utilize a cast coping, or thread the implant keeper directly into the implant fixture. The new denture may either be laboratory processed, or picked up chairside.

Direct Cementation Option

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Cast Coping Option (see Laboratory Instructions)

When the prognosis indicates a cast coping, complete the root preparation making sure there is adequate space for both the keeper and cast coping.

Take a normal abutment impression and send to the laboratory with prescription to construct a precious metal cast coping and keeper. Upon return from the laboratory, the cast coping and keeper are tried in and cemented.

New Denture Technique

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Chairside Pick-Up Option

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Dentist Reline Procedure

Due to normal tissue resorption, the prosthesis should be relined on a regular basis.

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Relieve the denture base to insure that the prosthesis will fully seat without contacting or impinging upon the black processing piece.

Make a reline impression being sure that the index post on the black processing piece fully seats into the index recess in the keeper. Remove the impression. Be sure that the face of the black processing piece if free of impression material.

Fully seat the white model piece onto the black processing piece in the impression. Send to the lab.

Deliver the finished prosthesis to the patient. Use the appropriate tool to adjust retention by threading the magnet up or down in small increments to assure full contact between the magnet and keeper.

Patient Care

Patients should be instructed not to soak or clean the prosthesis in acidic or strong denture cleaning solutions or bleach. Mild soap and water may be used without any potential damage to the magnets.

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LOCATOR F-Tx™

LOCATOR F-Tx

LOCATOR F-Tx™ Fixed Attachment System

A New Way To Think About Fixed Full-Arch Restorations.

  • What if screws or cement were no longer needed to attach a fixed prosthesis to the abutments?
  • What if you could shorten and simplify the treatment appointment?
  • What if the patient’s esthetics and comfort were maximized?

These questions were at the foundation of the design and development of the unique and innovative LOCATOR F-Tx™ Fixed Attachment System from Zest Dental Solutions. By leveraging our many years of expertise with the LOCATOR® Attachment Systems and our understanding of Full-arch solutions for edentulous patients, we strived to create a simpler, more efficient system for FIXED Full-arch implant restorations.

Fixed for the Patient. Easily Removed by the Clinician.

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Additional information

Weight 0.1 lbs
Dimensions 2 x 2 x 2 in

SECURE SNAP-FIT DESIGN

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This revolutionary, patent-pending retention system works similar to a ball and socket, allowing the Denture Attachment Housing to securely snap into place and then pivot to the desired position. Once in place, it’s fixed for the patient, and can easily be removed by the clinician at hygiene and maintenance visits.

 

 

 

 

SIMPLIFIED ANGLE CORRECTION AND STRESS FREE PASSIVE FIT

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The LOCATOR F-Tx Abutment features a unique, spherical coronal geometry which allows the Denture Attachment Housing to rotate in any direction and correct up to 40 degrees of convergence/divergence between two implants eliminating the need for angled abutments.

Chair side processing procedures at final prosthesis delivery ensures a stress free passive fit.

 

 

 

REVOLUTIONARY PROSTHESIS REMOVAL SYSTEM

Removing the LOCATOR F-Tx Prosthesis is quick and easy by using simple hydraulic displacement to disengage the prosthesis from the LOCATOR F-Tx Abutments.

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Prosthesis Boosters inserted under the prosthesis between the prosthesis and soft tissue.

 

 

 

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Prosthesis Booster filled with water, and hydraulic displacement applied.

 

 

 

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Prosthesis disengages from the LOCATOR F-Tx Abutments.

 

 

 

 

SPHERICAL ABUTMENT GEOMETRY

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Unique, spherical coronal geometry allows the Denture Attachment Housing to correct up to 40 degrees of convergence/divergence between two implants and pivot in any direction to position the Housings into the ideal location for the prosthesis.

DuraTec™ Coating provides a hard, smooth and wear-resistant abutment exterior with an esthetically pleasing gingival tone.

 

 

 

 

UNIQUE DENTURE ATTACHMENT HOUSING

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Denture Attachment Housing is threaded internally to accept a PEEK Retention Ball that snaps into the LOCATOR F-Tx Abutment.

Features an anodized pink finish for improved esthetics.

Aggressive grooves and flats limit verticaland rotational movement.

Denture Attachment Housing is passively picked-up in the prosthesis via a chair side technique.

 

 

 

NOVEL RETENTION BALLS

PEEK Retention Balls are available in low, medium and high retention levels based on the needs of the case.

A Processing Ball comes pre-inserted with the Denture Attachment Housing, and an additional Processing Ball is included, both are used for provisionalization and laboratory procedures.

LOCATOR F-Tx9

 

ALL-IN-ONE PACKAGING

LOCATOR F-Tx11

LOCATOR F-Tx features all-in-one packaging that is sterile and includes everything you need. Abutment (with cap to deliver the abutment to the implant site), Denture Attachment Housing with pre-inserted Processing Ball, an extra Processing Ball, as well as one Blue (Low), Tan (Medium), and Green (High) Retention Ball.

 

 

 

LOCATOR F-Tx Systems

Implant Systems compatible with LOCATOR F-Tx.

Biomet 3I.compatible

 

Certain Internal Connection

  • 3.4 Diameter Certain Platform
  • 4.1mm Diameter Certain Platform

External Hex Connection

  • 4.1mm Diameter External Hex Platform

 

 

BioHorizons.compatible

 

Internal Hex Connection

  • 3.5 Diameter Platform
  • 4.5 Diameter Platform

 

 

 

 

Blue Sky Bio.compatible

 

 

Bone Level Connection

  • Narrow Platform (NP)
  • Regular Platform (RP)

 

 

 

Dentsply.compatible

Ankylos Conical Connection
Ankylos Implant
Astra Tech EV Connection
3.6 Diameter
4.2 Diameter
Astra Tech TX Connection
Astra TX (Aqua)
Astra TX (Lilac)

 

 

Nobel Biocare.compatible

Conical Connection
Narrow Platform (NP)
Regular Platform (RP)
External Connection
Narrow Platform (NP)
Regular Platform (RP)
Wide Platform (WP)
Tri-channel Connection
Narrow Platform (NP)
Regular Platform (RP)

 

Southern Implant USA.compatible

 

Tri-Nex Connection

  • 3.5mm Tri-Nex Platform
  • 4.3mm Tri-Nex Platform

 

 

 

 

Zimmer.compatible

 

 

Internal Hex Connection

  • 3.5 Diameter Platform
  • 4.5 Diameter Platform

 

 

 

 

Difference between 8028 and 8519

Difference between 8028 & 8519

Difference between 8028 and 8519

8028-2 – YELLOW BAR PROCESSING CAP MALE PACKAGE (2 PACK)

Contains: Titanium Cap with Yellow Low Density Polyethylene Male, 2-Block-Out Spacers, and Nylon Replacement Males (clear, pink, and blue).

The LOCATOR Bar Processing Male is color coded yellow and sets up the position of the LOCATOR Metal Cap in the underside of the overdenture for the proper fitting onto an implant bar with LOCATOR Bar Attachments.

The Yellow Processing Male is used in place of the traditional Black Processing Male to allow the final LOCATOR Denture Cap Male to completely engage the LOCATOR Bar Females even with the rigid seating of a prosthesis on top of an implant bar.

Must be used for all LOCATOR Bar Females: 8586, 8587, 8588, 8589, and 8590.

8519-2 – LOCATOR MALE PROCESSING PACKAGE (2 PACK)

Includes: Denture Cap with Black Processing Male, Clear Nylon Male (5lbs), Pink (LR) Less Retentive Nylon Male (3lbs), Blue Extra-Light Retention Nylon Male (1.5lb), and White Block-Out Spacer.

Locator Bar Attachment

Locator Bar Attachment

Locator Bar Attachment System

The new LOCATOR Bar Attachment System contains the same self-aligning feature, superb retention, long lasting durability, and low attachment profile that you currently enjoy with our top selling LOCATOR Attachments. Now these benefits are available for your immediate use when the splinting of implants is required with a bar for added stability.

You have three (3) LOCATOR Attachment choices:

Locator Bar Attachment1

Drill & Tap

Locator Bar Attachment2

Laser Weld

Locator Bar Attachment3

Cast-To

For total retrievability you can simply drill, tap, and thread the new LOCATORBar Female into your completed implant bar. The 1.7mm Bar Drill and a 2.0mm Bar Tap are used for creating the threaded site into either a titanium bar or cast alloy bar. The LOCATOR Gold-Plated Abutment Driver included as part of the 3 piece LOCATOR Core Tool is designed to engagethe inside diameter of the threaded LOCATOR Bar Female and thread it into place. Atorque wrench may also be used to achieve the minimum recommended 20Ncm of torque tightening.

New Cases 2.0mm Thread: (#8589-2) LOCATOR Bar Female (2 Pack), (#9102) 1.7mm Bar Drill, (#9104) 2.0mm Bar Tap, (#8014) Threaded 2.0mm Castable Sleeve (10 pack), and new #8016 Drill and Tap Holder

LOCATOR Bar Females are also available in a special thread size to replace worn out TSB Ball Attachments. The onlyrequirement is a minimum bar width of 4mm to upgrade to a LOCATOR.

Replacement Cases 2-56 Thread: (#8587-2) LOCATOR Bar Female (2 Pack), (#9103) 1.8mm Bar Drill, (#9105) 2-56 Bar Tap

Now you can laser weld the new titanium LOCATOR Laser Bar Female to a milled titaniumbar, or the stainless steel female to a cast alloy bar. Use the LOCATOR Paralleling Mandrel in a surveyorto position the appropriate LOCATOR Laser Bar Female and then just weld it into place. Uniformity within the various LOCATOR Attachment Systems keeps all parts universal. Your existing denture components and tools already on hand can be used as connections for the new LOCATOR Bar Females.

Titanium Bars: (#8588-2) LOCATOR Laser Bar Female, Titanium (2 Pack), (#9107) LOCATOR Paralleling Mandrel for Bar Female

Cast Alloy Bar: (#8590-2) LOCATOR Laser Bar Female, Stainless Steel (2 Pack), (#9107) LOCATOR Paralleling Mandrel for Bar Female

The newly designed LOCATOR Cast-To Bar Female (316L Stainless Steel) ispositioned by using the LOCATOR Paralleling Mandrel in a surveyor and then waxed into the bar. The precision machine finish of the attachment ismaintained by casting the gold alloy to the LOCATOR Cast-To Bar Female.

Cast-To Bar Female: (#8586-2) LOCATOR Cast-To Bar Female (2 Pack), (#9107) LOCATOR Paralleling Mandrel for Bar Female

All 3 types of LOCATOR Bar Females feature the patented self-aligning innovation that allows the attachment to act as aguideplane for accurate seating of the patient’s prosthesis. In combination with the low-profile (total attachment height of only 2.5mm—and 2.75mm for the laser attachment) the LOCATOR Bar Attachment will provide you with the best possible attachment choice for implant retained bars.

For more information, or to order, contact Preat Corporation.

Locator-Implant-Abutments-for-Zimmer--Centerpulse--Calcitek-Paragon

Locator Implant Abutments for Zimmer / Centerpulse / Calcitek / Paragon

LOCATOR ABUTMENTS for ZIMMER / CENTERPULSE / CALCITEK / PARAGON

PARAGON: SCREW-VENT / TAPERED SCREW VENT 3.3mm, 3.7mm (3.5mm DIAMETER COLLAR)

8661     0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8662     1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8663     2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8664     3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8665     4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8625     5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8626     6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: SCREW-VENT / TAPERED SCREW VENT 4.7mm DIAMETER (4.5mmD COLLAR)

8671      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8672      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8673      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8674      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8675      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8627      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8628      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: SCREW-VENT / TAPERED SCREW VENT 5.7mm DIAMETER (5.5mmD COLLAR)

8190      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8191      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8192      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8193      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8194      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8195      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ADVENT 3.7mm / 4.7mm DIAMETER (4.5mm DIAMETER COLLAR)

8841      0.71mm Tissue Cuff Height
8842      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8843      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8844      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8845      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8846      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

CALCITEK: INTEGRAL 4.0mm DIAMETER

8651      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8652      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8653      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8654      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8655      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

CALCITEK: INTEGRAL SD 3.25mm DIAMETER

8611      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8612      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8613      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8614      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8615      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

CALCITEK: OMNILOC 3.25mm DIAMETER

8611      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8612      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8613      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8614      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8615      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

CALCITEK: OMNILOC 4.0mm DIAMETER

8666      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8667      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8668      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8669      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8670      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

CALCITEK: SPLINE 3.25mm DIAMETER

8701      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8702      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8703      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8704      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8705      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

CALCITEK: SPLINE 4.0mm, 3.75mm DIAMETER

8711      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8712      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8713      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8714      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8715      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

CALCITEK: SPLINE 5.0mm DIAMETER

8736      0.86mm Tissue Cuff Height
8737      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8738      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8739      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8740      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

CALCITEK: THREADLOC 4.0mm DIAMETER

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: BIO-VENT 3.5mm DIAMETER (3.5mm DIAMETER COLLAR)

8661      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8662      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8663      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8664      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8665      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: BIO-VENT 4.5mm DIAMETER (4.5mm DIAMETER COLLAR)

8671      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8672      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8673      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8674      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8675      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: CORE-VENT 4.3mm DIAMETER (3.5mm DIAMETER COLLAR)

8661      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8662      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8663      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8664      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8665      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: CORE-VENT 5.3mm DIAMETER (4.5mm DIAMETER COLLAR)

8671      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8672      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8673      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8674      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8675      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: MICRO-VENT 3.25mm DIAMETER (3.5mm DIAMETER COLLAR)

8661      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8662      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8663      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8664      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8665      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: MICRO-VENT 4.25mm DIAMETER (4.5mm DIAMETER COLLAR)

8671      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8672      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8673      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8674      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8675      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: SWEDE-VENT 4.0mm DIAMETER

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: SWEDE-VENT TL

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: SWISS PLUS 3.8mm DIAMETER

8935      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8936      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8937      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8938      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: SWISS PLUS 4.8mm DIAMETER

8742      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8743      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8744      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8745      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PARAGON: TAPERLOCK

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

Locator-Implant-Abutments-for-Sybron--Innova

Locator Implant Abutments for Sybron / Innova

SYBRON / INNOVA

ENTEGRA 3.25mm DIAMETER (0.7mm EXTERNAL HEX) 4.1 platform 03B

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ENTEGRA 3.25mm DIAMETER (0.9mm EXTERNAL HEX) 3.5 PLATFORM 03M

8851      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8852      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8853      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8854      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8855      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ENTEGRA 4.7mm DIAMETER (0.9mm EXTERNAL HEX)

8691      1.35mm Tissue Cuff Height
8692      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8693      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8694      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8695      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ENDOPORE 3.5mm DIAMETER (0.9mm EXTERNAL HEX)

8851      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8852      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8853      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8854      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8855      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ENDOPORE 4.1 DIAMETER (EXTERNAL HEX)

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ENDOPORE 4.1 DIAMETER (INTERNAL CONNECTION)

8145      0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8146      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8147      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8148      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8149      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8150      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ENDOPORE 4 .1 /5.0mm DIAMETER (ONE-STAGE)

8950      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8951      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8952      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8953      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8954      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8955      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ENDOPORE 5 .0mm DIAMETER (0.9mm EXTERNAL HEX)

8691      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8692      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8693      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8694      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8695      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ENDOPORE 5.0mm DIAMETER (INTERNAL CONNECTION)

8164      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8165      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8166      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8167      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8168      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8169      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PITT EASY 3.3/3.25mm DIAMETER

8311      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8312      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8313      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8314      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8315      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8316      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PITT EASY 3.8/3.75mm DIAMETER

8321      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8322      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8323      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8324      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8325      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8326      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PITT EASY 4.1/4.0mm DIAMETER

8331      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8332      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8333      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8334      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8335      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8336      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PITT EASY 4. 9mm DIAMETER

8341      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8342      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8343      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8344      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8345      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8346      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PRO SERIES XRT BONE LEVEL 3.5mm DIAMETER

1631      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1632      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1633      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1634      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1635      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1636      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PRO SERIES XRT BONE LEVEL 4.1mm DIAMETER

1637      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1638      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1639      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1640      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1641      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
1642      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PRO SERIES XRT BONE LEVEL 4.8mm DIAMETER

8950      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8951      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8952      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8953      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8954      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8955      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

PRO SERIES (TL) TISSUE LEVEL 4.1/4.8mm DIAMETER

8950      1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8951      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8952      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8953      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8954      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8955      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

HEX PLUS 3.5mm DIAMETER

8105      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8106      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8107      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8108      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8109      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

HEX PLUS 4.1mm DIAMETER

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

HEX PLUS 5.1mm DIAMETER

8825      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8826      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8827      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8828      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8829      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

Locator-Implant-Abutments-for-Sterngold-Implamed

Locator Implant Abutments for Sterngold Implamed

STERNGOLD IMPLAMED

STERNGOLD HEX CYLINDER 3.3mm, 4.0mm DIAMETER (EXTERNAL HEX)

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

STERNGOLD HEX SCREW 3.75, 4.0, 5.0 DIAMETER (EXTERNAL HEX)

8681      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8682      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8683      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8684      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8685      5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8696      6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

STERNGOLD IC (straumann TL compatible) 3.3 / 4.1mm (4.8 platform)

8950      0.73mm Tissue Cuff Height
8951      2.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8952      3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8953      4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8954     5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
8955     6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height