Attachment-retained restorations

Is used to improve fixation and stabilize dentures in the upper and lower jaws. An abutment with attachment is used when the axes of positioned implants diverge by up to 40°.

Conical connection

Allows you to securely lock an abutment, creating a tight connection with the implant and preventing unwanted micromotion.

Internal thread

Simple abutment removal with a removable key (SR), eliminating undesired force on the implant in case of extra fixation.

Surface

The abutment is made of Ti6Al4V, polished and anodized in gold color, allowing more aesthetics to be achieved in soft tissues

Retention insert

Six retention inserts, color-coded according to the pull-off weight or retention value, are available for matrices fixation.

2010.710

extra-light retention

2010.713

strong retention

2010.711

light retention

2010.714

ultra-strong retention

2010.712

medium retension

2010.715

extra-strong retension

2010.741

Mounting and demounting tool for retention inserts

After mounting inserts removal, they are placed inside the matrix housing as required. For this purpose mounting and demounting tool for retention inserts is used ensuring easy handling. In this way, retention inserts can be replaced without stress or damage.

Mounting and demounting tool for retention inserts Matrix housing is available in titanium and beige plastic (PEEK). Titanium matrix housing can be inserted in the usual manner. Plastic version is used for extreme labial or buccal positions, as well as in aesthetically demanding areas where treatment has to be provided without the use of metal constructions.

2010.701 Matrix housing (Ti6Al4V)

including retention insert (PEEK)

2010.702 Matrix housing (PEEK)

including retention insert (PEEK)

2010.703

Titanium matrix housing with attachment option

Titanium matrix housing with attachment option finds its indication in low-lying or not ideally selected abutment heights. Sufficient support in denture bases can be achieved by shortening the additional fixing steps.

2010.722

Forming/fixing matrix

Forming/fixing matrix is slightly higher than complete matrix. In the process of transfer/molding into existing dentures, the matrix provides an overview of whether there will be sufficient space for the matrix with due consideration to potential obstructions such as metal reinforcements, artificial teeth etc. Inside the mouth, the forming/fixing matrix is placed onto the abutment with attachment. A perceptible and audible “click” ensures the accurate positioning of the forming/fixing matrix. Then proceed with the pickup impression as with a working standard. Thanks to its minimal space requirements, the forming/fixing matrix can also be used as a fixation cap for check-bites, templates, bars, provisional dentures etc.

2010.725

Mounting insert

The mounting insert serves to protect the interior of the matrix housing and to secure the cap in place during processing. Thanks to its outstanding fit and functionality, a mounting insert ensures the accurate positioning of the cap on the attachment male; it also prevents any plastic from entering into the cap during polymerization. The mounting insert must only be removed after polymerization of the cap into the denture, using removal tool for mounting inserts.

2010.731

Mounting insert removal tool, analogue holder

2010.723

Processing spacer

White processing spacer is the ideal space holder for the later polymer or glue fixation of the original matrix into model-cast or cast metal-reinforced dentures thanks to the slightly oversized dimensions of the matrix. The outside surfaces of the processing spacer are slightly angled, thus creating a self-retentive gap for the admission of a matrix housing into the metal in model-cast or cast metal-reinforced structures.

2010.724

Mounting collar

White mounting collar is used for direct matrix fixation in the patient’s mouth. To this end, the mounting collar is placed below the retentive molding at the attachment male and pushed flush with the matrix that is to be glued in place. This prevents excessive polymer or glue from attaching itself to the cylindrical neck of the abutment with attachment, with the consequence of firmly locking the denture to the screwed in abutment with attachment.

2010.721

Model analog

The neck area of the model analog -blue- is identical in size with the abutment with attachment, thus ensuring that the impression material cannot cause irritation when positioning the model analog into the impression.

2010.751

Matrix housing extractor

Extractor stands out for its simplicity and efficiency.

2010.101

Equipment box

Equipment box, specifically designed for dentists and dental technicians, stands out for its clear and user-friendly lay-out. It contains the full range of system parts as well as the three corresponding tools. The lay-out and fitting of the box ensures that all individual parts remain within their individual storage containers when the box is closed. In addition, the box is made of an extremely shock-and shatter-resistant material, that fully complies with the existing standards in the dental and laboratory practice.