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ROOTT C is a one-piece solid condensing implant with an embedded monolithic bendable abutment. It offers a wide range of implant solutions backed by various prosthetic options.

Used for bridges, single crowns and bars, with condensing thread design, thin solid implant body, embedded monolithic abutment, along with its unique bendable neck. The ROOTT C is an outstanding product in terms of clinical versatility. Increasing case acceptance allows a unique graft less and flapless experience topped by an immediate prosthetic loading. Due to its thin design and small-scale size ROOTT C ensures safety and bypasses the alveolar canal nerve. Short implants such as 8 or 6 mm are especially useful to avoid anatomical obstacles, such as the mandibular nerve in the lower jaw or sinus in the upper jaw.

Specifications of ROOTT C

Adjustable neck, condensing threads, telescopic fixation, cement fixation ensure the flexibility of techniques and stability of implants for every specialist. ROOTT C offers cemented and telescopic prosthetic modalities available as well in a digital format fully complying with CAD-CAM technology.

Titanium body

The resistant titanium grade 23 along with the solid aspect of the implant concept allows the manufacturing of thinner implant bodies, avoiding the usual need for lateral bone.

Monolithic solid abutment

The most stable and reliable implant-abutment connection is a “no-connection”. No-connection between abutment and implant boosts mechanical stability over time and ensures optimal peri-implant health due to the absence of any interseque micro gaps and harmful micromovements augmentations in atrophied jawbones, as well as easy nerve bypasses when required.

Condensing threads

Fewer complications and less affected bone during the surgery. One-piece implants with a lack of gapping reduce the likelihood of bacterial infections. The characteristics of the condensing thread quite often ensure high primary stability allowing to make an immediate load procedure.

Bendable neck

The bendable neck feature allows a proper abutment alignment following implant insertion. Bendable neck perfect for prosthetic parallel alignments and gives the advantage of aesthetics with a thinner front. Depending on the length of the implant, the abutment is bendable up to 15 degrees, as long as the implant is placed in high primary stability.

Adjustable abutment height

ROOTT C features a trimmable abutment to meet different occlusive situations. Unique embedded transversal grooves in the abutment act as reduction markings for 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, making the trimming as reproducible as possible.

Telescopic fixation

Monolithic one-piece implants are usually thought to be prosthetically restored exclusively by a cement medium. Telescopic fixation can be achievable using PEEK, Titanium abutments. When fixing or removing a dental prosthesis from a dental implant, telescopic abutments allows you to avoid damage and ensure the integrity of the prosthesis. That improves the reliability and efficiency of the dental prosthesis removal and attachment operation, which may improve the efficiency of the dental prosthesis service, therefore resolving difficulties, particularly with one-piece dental implants.

Advantages of telescopic fixation:

  • Retention without screw or cement in multiple restorations;
  • Fast and easy prosthetic solution;
  • More comfort for the patient;
  • Efficient and cost-effective;
  • No residue of cement;
  • Easy to remove.

Learn more about telescopic fixation.

Healing Abutments

 

GFE; GFES

Healing abutments for the external platform, perfect for telescopic fixation, and ensures lift-up with no cement or screws.

Abutments

 

Burn out

Burn out abutments for external platforms:

  • Straight (A0);
  • 15º angled (A15);
  • 25º angled (A25);
  • Regular (BOP).
Telescopes

Telescopic abutments for external platforms:

  • Titanium cap (TCE; TCES; TCEXS);
  • Peek cap (PCE; PCES; PCEXS).

Impression copying

 

Plastic Rotational (TRA) transfer

An external platform is used to take an impression with a close-tray technique from multiple implants.

Titanium Rotational (TOE; TOES) transfer

Rotational titanium transfers for the external platform are used to make a precise impression with a close-tray technique from multiple implants.

Titanium anti-Rotational (TOEA) transfer

Anti-Rotational titanium transfers for the external platform are used to make a precise impression with a close-tray technique from single restorations.

Implant analogs (ANA; ANE).

Intended to provide a replica of the implant that shows the exact position of a patient’s implant.

Digital library of ROOTT

With less time required and increased accuracy, digital prosthetics secures their position in the dental industry. With the assurance that all superstructures are available in the Digital Library ROOTT. Digital solutions provide more predictable results which will increase the confidence of implant placement, ease the prosthetic process and build new ways of prosthetics.

With a variety of dental prosthesis and surgical planning systems, ROOTT libraries currently are available in the dental prosthesis manufacturing programs. ROOTT Digital Libraries can be found in systems such as Dental Wings, Implastation, 360 Imaging, Blender For Dental, Acteon, Smop, Sicat and Carestream Dental.

Scanning

With the unique Transfer technology, it could be used in the same way as the scan posts. With the ability of scanning using intraoral and extraoral techniques, the scanning process is easier. Thought through to be suitable and user-friendly for every dental practitioner.

ROOTT C offers simplicity and economic benefits, as its external platform can be scanned directly, making it a comfortable and time-efficient solution. By using external platform and accessories an extensive amount of options available for selection can be ensured. The scanning process of an external platform can be done with increased accuracy.

Principle of burden-free prosthesis creation

Digital prosthetic systems work based on automatic change of details. Digital programs detecting Scanning accessories, external platforms and changing them into telescopic abutments. Made specifically to save time and accurately adapt telescopic abutments, for a perfect telescopic fixation. With or without screw-channel Digital Library flexibly adapts to specialists and eases the road of choosing the right prosthetic option.

Digital Library is created to adapt to a specialist who is searching for reliability and efficiency. A broad selection of generated cemented gaps is created to adapt for every prosthesis manufacturing tool. Since the options are vast there is a high chance that specialists will find the perfect option for a suitable cement gap in ROOTT Digital Library for 3D printers and milling machines.