Overdenture Stud Attachments

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Locator Root Instructions

Indications

The Locator Root Attachment is designed for use with overdentures or partial dentures, retained in whole or in part by endodontically treated roots in the mandibular or maxilla.

Contraindications

Not appropriate where a totally rigid connection is required.

Sterilization

All components and instruments are supplied NON-STERILE. Drills 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

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.

Choice of angles and retention: The LOCATOR attachment is an extra-radicular design which consists of the choice of a straight post and two angels (10º and 20º) to accommodate divergent roots. Three different retentive males allow for your choice of regular, heavy, or extra-heavy retention according to the needs of the patient.

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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#8393 Core Tool

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8520 0º Female

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8517 Parallel Post

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OR

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8519 Processing Male
or 8540 Processing Male

Placement of the LOCATOR Female

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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:

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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.

Patients should maintain a three to four month recall for cleaning and implant evaluation. The sulcus area around the implant abutment is the 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.
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Preci Clix Instructions for Ball Retained Overdenture Attachments

Dentist Direct Placement Technique

In one appointment, an existing removable partial denture may be converted to a Preci Clix retained overdenture.

Benefits

  • Economical: Inexpensive components; no lab fees.
  • Efficient: Simple and Easy to fabricate and service.
  • Small Size: 2.25mm Ø sphere — total vertical space required is 4.0mm
  • Reduced Wear: easy insertion and removal with the ability to parallel the females with non-parallel males.
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1206C Male

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Large Tin Spacer

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1222 Insertion Tool

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Female Retention Caps
Yellow=standard
White = reduced
Orange = increased

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Metal Housing for female retention caps

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Ceka Bond Adhesive to prevent gradual unthreading of males

Preci Clix Instructions for Ball Retained Overdenture Attachments

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Laboratory Processing of the Female Attachments

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Option 2: Chairside Pick-Up of the Female Attachments

Direct Placement by the Dentist

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Put a drop of Ceka Bond on the male threads before threading it into the Clix Post. This will prevent gradual unthreading of the threaded male. Thread the ball in to the post in the mouth.

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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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O-Ring Instructions

O-Ring Cast Coping

O-Ring Instructions

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Castable Male overdenture pattern
5.2mm height, may be reduced to 2.5mm
2.0mm Ø

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Metal Housing (#3)
2.0mm height
5.2mm outer Ø

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O-Ring Overdenture Paralleling Mandrel
One per package

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O-Ring insertion Tool
For #2, #2M, and #3 O-rings

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O-Ring Overdenture Analog
One per package
For indirect processing

Benefits

  • Economical and easy to use
  • May be used with post copings, cast copings, or bar constructions

Instructions

Attachment technique for Overdentures

  1. Conventional preparations are made for root cap post copings.
  2. Full arch impressions are taken so that the male posts may be paralleled in the wax up.
  3. Models and dies are prepared and copings waxed.
  4. Plastic male posts are shortened to the desired height.
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For root supported overdentures

The surgical stainless steel retainer ring for the OSO attachment aids in the seating and replacement of the rubber O-Ring and helps to preserve the acrylic around the opening. The Retainer Ring can be placed flush with the gingival of the denture, thereby reducing the height necessary for the male post, if so desired.

After casting or after cementing the Male Post, seat the red processing Ring into the Retainer Ring and put in place on the male attachment. Block out the gingival portion of the Retainer Ring down to the coping or base. The balance of the processing is as usual.

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For Tissue Supported Overdentures

The surgical stainless steel retainer ring for the OSO attachment aids in the seating and replacement of the rubber O-Ring and helps to preserve the acrylic around the opening. The Retainer Ring can be placed
flush with the gingival of the denture, thereby reducing the height necessary for the male post, if so desired.

After casting or after cementing the Male Post, seat the red processing Ring into the Retainer Ring and put in place on the male attachment. Block out the gingival portion of the Retainer Ring down to the coping or base. The balance of the processing is as usual.

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Optional: In Lab Processing of the O-Ring into Dentures

  1. Process denture on a duplicate model with the area around attachment with O-Ring in place blocked out. Return to master model to check fit and make occlusal adjustments. Undercut areas on master model may be cut away but retain adequate landmarks to seat and secure denture accurately.
  2. Follow steps 10-14 of the previous overdenture section.
  3. The denture may not seat completely back on the model, but tissue resiliency will let it seat in the mouth.
  4.  The spare O-Rings should be delivered in the PREAT box with completed denture for future replacements.

Optional: Processing of O-Rings into Overdentures on a Analog Model

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Metal Retainer Rings

The surgical stainless steel retainer ring for the OSO attachment aids in the seating and replacement of the rubber O-Ring and helps to preserve the acrylic around the opening. The Retainer Ring can be placed flush with the gingival of the denture, thereby reducing the height necessary for the male post, if so desired.

After casting or after cementing the Male Post, seat the red processing Ring into the Retainer Ring and put in place on the male attachment. Block out the gingival portion of the Retainer Ring down to the coping or base. The balance of the processing is as usual.

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The O-Ring Insertion Tool is designed to insert O-Rings into a Metal Housing.
The Micro O-Ring Ferrule is used with the OSO O-Rings sizes #2 and #2M.
The Standard O-Ring Ferrule is with the OSO O-Rings size #3.

Sterilization: O-Ring Insertion Tool, disassemble prior to sterilization, may be sterilized using a liquid chemical sterilant following manufacturer’s recommendations to achieve sterilization. Please Note: Liquid Chemical Sterilant must be approved for Sterilization, not just High-Level Disinfection, and must be compatible with Polysulfone material.

Procedure

Lubrication: Lubricate the O-Ring Insertion Tool prior to use by dipping each end of the Insertion Tool Handle Tip into the lubricant (Water Based KY Jelly), and insert the Insertion Tool Handle Tip into its respective ferrule, and sliding the ferrule back and forth to lubricate the inside of the ferrule.

Place the appropriate O-ring on a flat surface. Remove the correct size ferrule from the O-ring Insertion Tool Handle. Place the wide base of the ferrule over the O-ring. The O-ring should be flat in the ferrule as shown below

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Place the ferrule with the loaded O-ring onto its respective end of the Insertion Tool Handle. Slowly turn the Insertion Tool Handle and press forward as the O-ring “inches” towards the narrow end of the ferrule.

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When the O-ring is just inside the narrow end of the ferrule it is ready to be inserted into the Metal Housing. Place the Metal Housing on a flat surface. Place the narrow end of the ferrule flush against the Metal Housing so that the ferrule lines up with the internal circumference of the Metal Housing.

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Push the Insertion Tool Handle to “punch” the O-ring through the ferrule and into the Metal Housing.

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

3.4mm ↕

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3.6mm ↕

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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.

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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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Ceka Removable Male Spring Pin with A-KS Retention Part for Retention in Acrylic Resin

CEKA retention parts are also available with wings (A-KS) which eliminate the need for soldering. These can be processed easily in the acrylic resin saddles of a removable partial denture.

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DO NOT SOLDER THE CEKA A-KS RETENTION PARTS TO THE CAST METAL FRAME. The soldering will cause oxidation and results in deleterious changes within the metal which may lead to total disintegration.

Laboratory Procedures

Complete the abutment crown casting and CEKA females. Seat the crowns and CEKA females firmly on the master model in preparation for duplication. Do not insert the CEKA dummy male spring pin in the female. Block out the spaces with wax.

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Cast a refractory model. Place a 0.40 mm thick wax layer around the CEKA female reproduced in the investment.

Wax the framework and connect it to the wax layer around the replica of the CEKA female. Invest, cast, and finish the metal framework and seat it on the master model.

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Thread the CEKA dummy male spring pin into the A-KS winged retention part, place silicone rubber or soft wax into the CEKA female, and seat the CEKA dummy male spring pin with A-KS retention part into the female. The wing of the CEKA A-KS retention part may be bent down if it is too high.

The CEKA A-KS retention part may be connected to the cast metal frame with self-curing resin.

The prosthesis may now be processed and finished in the technique of choice.

Ceka OL Females for Direct Casting

Ceka OL Females for Direct Casting

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CEKA universal extracoronal OL females allow direct casting with the wax patterns of the retaining crowns or bridges. This is a simpler and time-saving technique which eliminates the need and time of soldering.

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  1. Two precious metal precision inserts incorporated in a burn-out plastic bar.
  2. One precious metal precision insert incorporated in a burn-out plastic pattern which includes a back plate.

CEKA extracoronal OL females are available in three different alloys:

  1. The orange plastic burn-out pattern contains precision metal inserts in IRAX alloy for casing to all precious and semi-precious alloys up to 2700°F (melting range 2552°F-2660°F).
  2. The blue plastic burn-out pattern contains non-precious metal inserts in NOPRAX alloy for casting to non-precious alloys up to 2700°F (melting range 2471°F-2642°F).
  3. The yellow plastic burn-out patterns contain precious metal inserts in PLATIRAX alloy for casting to all precious, semi-precious and non-precious alloys up to 3425°F (melting range 3290°F-3362°F).

When casting CEKA OL females it is important to use hard alloys to ensure proper stability between the CEKA female and the abutment retainer crowns.

Laboratory Procedures

Ceka OL Females for Direct Casting

The retaining abutment crowns are waxed. The CEKA OL females are placed in the CEKA P2/5 paralleling mandrel and positioned parallel and as close and possible against the abutment crown patterns. The small half round CEKA plastic burn-out pattern MD may be connected to the gingival or underside of the CEKA female to provide a smooth hygienic tissue surface for the CEKA female.

Sprues are connected to the wax patterns and a feeder sprue connected to the distal of the CEKA OL female .Be sure the CEKA female inserts are free of wax. The PRECI-ROTO* system is recommended for all castings. Invest. A two-stage burn-out technique is recommended.

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Raise the temperature very gradually and maintain 475°F for a minimum of 15 minutes before completing the burn-out cycle.

After casting, the outside bottom edge of CEKA female is beveled off with a small rubber wheel.

When a splinting bar is used, and it is desired that the bar contact the tissue, the space between the bar and the tissue should be waxed up to the model. The wax construction should be paralleled with a wax knife or wax bur. The connecting bar should be rounded on the face opposite the tissue.

When using a splinting bar, connect sprues to the abutment wax patterns and on the occlusal of the bar.

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O-Ring Implant Abutments

O-Ring Implant Abutment System

Instructions

Complete ORing attachment includes metal housing, 3 black final orings, and 1 red processing oring

ZIMMER TAPERED SCREW VENT (AND COMPATIBLES) (3.5mm Platform)

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For Export Only
*Coming soon to the US

1.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
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3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
4.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

ZIMMER TAPERED SCREW VENT (AND COMPATIBLES) (4.5mm Platform)

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For Export Only
*Coming soon to the US

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3.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
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5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

BRANEMARK RP (AND COMPATIBLES) (3.75/4.1mm Platform)

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For Export Only
*Coming soon to the US

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5.0mm Tissue Cuff Height
6.0mm Tissue Cuff Height

Metal Housing #3 / Standard

Metal housing for Standard #3 O-Rings. Makes changing O-Rings simple. Packaged individually

2.0mm height
5.1mm outer Ø

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Black Rubber O-Ring #3 / Standard

Standard size O-Ring. Package of 12.

1.40mm internal Ø
4.50mm outer Ø

$27.00

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White Rubber O-Ring #3 / Standard

Standard size O-Ring. Package of 12.

1.40mm internal Ø
4.50mm outer Ø

$23.00

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Red Processing O-Ring #3 / Standard

Processing O-Ring. Package of 12.

1.40mm internal Ø
4.50mm outer Ø

$27.00

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O-Ring Insertion Tool

Simple to use timesaving tool for inserting o-rings into housings.
Highly recommended by the PREAT technical staff.

$62.00

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Square to Latch Adaptor

Adaptor to allow square drive torque wrenches to utilize latch-style connectors.

$40.00

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ORing Latch Driver

Latch driver for torquing both the Clix ball and Oring abutments.

$40.00

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ORing Implant Analog

Analog for indirect processing, relines, and rebases of ORing implant abutments.

$18.00

O-Ring Components

O-Ring Components

O-Ring Overdenture Attachment Complete #3 / Standard

Complete attachment includes:

  • 5.0mm height, may be reduced to 2.5mm
  • 2.0mm Ø height of contour
  • 1.4mm Ø retention zone
  • Metal Retainer Ring
  • Processing Analog
  • White final o-rings
  • Red processing o-ring
  • Attachment comes with 3 white final rings, 1 red processing ring, metal retainer ring, and processing analog.
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$48.00

O-Ring Overdenture Attachment #3 / Standard

Attachment set not including metal retainer or analog:

  • 5.0mm height, may be reduced to 2.5mm
  • 2.0mm Ø height of contour
  • 1.4mm Ø retention zone
  • White final o-rings
  • Red processing o-ring
  • Attachment comes with 3 white final rings, and 1 red processing ring.
  • Metal Rings and Analogs are available separately.
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$40.00

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O-Ring Castable Male #3 / Standard only

Castable Male overdenture pattern

  • 5.0mm height, may be reduced to 2.5mm
  • 2.0mm Ø height of contour
  • 1.4mm Ø retention zone

$10.00

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O-Ring Castable Male #2 / Micro only

Castable Male overdenture pattern

  • 4.0mm height, may be reduced to 2.5mm
  • 1.8mm Ø height of contour
  • 1.0mm Ø retention zone

$10.00

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O-Ring Overdenture Attachment #2 / Micro

Attachment set not including metal retainer or analog:

  • 4.0mm height, may be reduced to 2.5mm
  • 1.8mm Ø height of contour
  • 1.0mm Ø retention zone
  • Black final o-rings
  • Yellow processing o-ring
  • Attachment comes with 3 white final rings, and 1 red processing ring.
  • Metal Rings and Analogs are available separately.

$40.00

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O-Ring Overdenture Attachment Complete #2/ Micro

Complete attachment includes:

  • 4.0mm height, may be reduced to 2.5mm
  • 1.8mm Ø height of contour
  • 1.0mm Ø retention zone
  • Metal Retainer Ring
  • Processing Analog
  • Black final o-rings
  • Yellow processing o-ring
  • Attachment comes with 3 black final rings, 1 yellow processing ring, metal retainer ring, and processing analog.

$48.00

OSO Distal Extension Attachment

O-Ring Components5Castable Male overdenture pattern.

  • 5.2mm height, may be reduced to 2.5mm
  • 2.0mm Ø height of contour
  • 1.4mm Ø retention zone
  • Attachment comes with 3 white final rings, and 1 red processing ring.
  • Metal Rings are available separately.

$48.00

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O-Ring Combo Pack

Package of 10 O-rings, 2 of each retention.

#2 Black (2)
#2M Black (2)
#3 Black (2)
#4 Black (2)
#5 Black (2)

$48.00

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O-Ring Servicing Kit

Package of 10 O-rings, 2 of each retention, plus O-ring insertion tool.

#2 Black (2)
#2M Black (2)
#3 Black (2)
#4 Black (2)
#5 Black (2)
O-Ring insertion tool

$100.00

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O-Ring Insertion Tool

Simple to use timesaving tool for inserting o-rings into housings.

Highly recommended by the PREAT technical staff.

$62.00

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Yellow Processing O-Ring #2 / Micro

Smaller size O-Ring. Package of 12.

1.00mm internal Ø
3.60mm outer Ø
Will work for both #2 and #2m sizes

$26.00

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Black Rubber O-Ring #2 / Micro

Smaller size O-Ring. Package of 12.

1.00mm internal Ø
3.60mm outer Ø

$27.00

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Black Rubber O-Ring #2M

Replacement o-ring for 1.8mm mini implants. Package of 6.

1.20mm internal Ø
3.60mm outer Ø

$27.00

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Red Processing O-Ring #3 / Standard

Processing O-Ring. Package of 12.

1.40mm internal Ø
4.50mm outer Ø

$27.00

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White Rubber O-Ring #3 / Standard

Standard size O-Ring. Package of 12.

1.40mm internal Ø
4.50mm outer Ø

$23.00

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Black Rubber O-Ring #3 / Standard

Standard size O-Ring. Package of 12.

1.40mm internal Ø
4.50mm outer Ø

$27.00

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Black Rubber O-Ring #4

Large size O-Ring. Package of 6.

1.98mm internal Ø
5.16mm outer Ø

$30.00

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Black Rubber O-Ring #5

Extra Large size O-Ring. Package of 6.

2.39mm internal Ø
5.55mm outer Ø

$30.00

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Metal Housing #2 / Micro

Metal housing for #2 and #2M O-Rings. Makes changing O-Rings simple. Packaged individually

2.0mm height
4.2mm outer Ø

$18.00

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Metal Housing #3 / Standard

Metal housing for Standard #3 O-Rings. Makes changing O-Rings simple. Packaged individually

2.0mm height
5.1mm outer Ø

$18.00

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Metal Housing #4

Metal housing for Large #4 O-Rings. Makes changing O-Rings simple. Packaged individually

2.0mm height
5.6mm outer Ø

$27.00

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Metal Housing #5

Metal housing for Large #4 O-Rings. Makes changing O-Rings simple. Packaged individually

2.0mm height
6.0mm outer Ø

$27.00

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OSO Distal Extension Fabricating Jig

One per package.

For duplication and retention in stone models.

$24.00

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Mini-Implant Analog

One per package, fits popular (Imtec 1.8) mini implant sizes

For indirect processing and relines.

$23.00

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O-Ring Processing Jig #2 / Micro

One per package.

For duplication and retention in stone models

$16.00

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O-Ring Processing Jig #3 / Standard

One per package.

For duplication and retention in stone models

$16.00

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O-Ring Processing Jig #4

One per package.

For duplication and retention in stone models.

$27.00

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O-Ring Processing Jig #5

One per package.

For duplication and retention in stone models.

$27.00

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OSO DE Paralleling Mandrel #3

One per package.

For assuring a parallel setting of OSO Distal
Extension attachments.

$18.00

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OSO OD Paralleling Mandrel Universal

One per package.

For assuring a parallel setting of OSO Overdenture
attachments.

$16.00

CEKA 691 Overdenture System1

CEKA 691 Overdenture System

Overdenture System

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The attachment female in the post coping and the adjustable spring pin in the removable prosthesis.

Advantages

  • May require less vertical space
  • Provides a more stable prosthesis
  • Easier to service

Fabrication of the post coping: Soldering Technique

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