Prosthesis











Sealed prosthesis or screw-retained prosthesis? It’s difficult to say since the choice will be made based on the clinical situation and above all on your preference as a clinician. The best technique is the one you are most expert with.

A Complete Range

All clinical indications

Single-unit, multi-unit and complete edentulism
Provisional and permanent prostheses
Aesthetic

For all restorations

Cement-retained, screw-retained and removable restorations
Crowns, bridges and complete arches
Traditional or CAD/CAM technique

Complete range of prosthetic parts

Healing abutments
Temporary abutments
Permanent machined abutments, aesthetic and repairable

Varied prosthetic profiles

Multiple gingival heights and emergence diameters
Emergence switching
Aesthetic profiles

Our Connections

Internal hexagonal conical connection

- Sealing of the connection
- Prosthetic stability
- Adjustment precision (6 positions)
- Mechanical solidity

Single connection

- for all diameters
- for the 4 implant systems

Emergence switching

- Connective tissue development chamber
- Protection of the biological seal
- Isolation of gingival inflammation far from the crestal bon

Internal octagonal conic connection

- Sealing of the connection
- Prosthetic stability
- Adjustment precision (6 positions)
- Mechanical solidity

Preservation of connective tissue
and crestal bone

- Implant/abutment prosthetic junction far from the gum

Internal octagonal conic connection

- Sealing of the connection
- Prosthetic stability
- Adjustment precision (6 positions)
- Mechanical solidity

Single connection

- for the 2 implant systems
simple management of prosthetic parts between the dental practice and laboratory

Cement-retained restoration

Benefits

- Technique on false stump similar to the technique on natural stump
- Occlusal surface preserved
- Aesthetic result:
--Very wide selection of materials and abutments
--Uniformity of the cosmetic material (no screw access socket)

Drawbacks

- Risk of sealing cement spilling over in sub-gingival position
- More difficult to remove
- Risk of unsealing

Criteria for selecting prosthetic abutments

Clinical indication: single-unit, multi-unit or complete edentulism
• Sector of the mouth
• Aesthetic requirement
• Divergence between the prosthetic axis desired and the implant axis
• Assessment of the biological width
• The occlusal and interdental spaces
• Impression taking technique:
– Direct implant
– Direct abutment
– Digital impression

Temporary screw-retained abutment

• Manufactured in the laboratory
• Long-term temporization

Clinical indications

Single-unit and multi-unit edentulism
For entire mouth sector
Ideal for aesthetic sector

Temporary direct abutment

• Temporization in the chair: simplicity of use
• Provisional crowns and bridges
• Rotation and anti-rotation plastic caps to support the provisional prosthesis
• Available exclusively on the 3N+ range

Clinical indications

Single-unit and multi-unit edentulism
For entire mouth sector
Ideal for aesthetic sector

Aesthetic profiles adapted to your requirements

• Several emergence profiles available to match the tooth to be replaced as closely as possible: 4 diameters and 5 gingival heights (identification by laser marking)
• 3 angles to compensate for divergences between the implant and prosthetic axes
• Preservation of the gum: healing abutment’s emergence profile identical to that of the relevant final abutment

Safety and reliability

• Abutments supplied with a titanium captive fixation screw: the screw is held by thread inside the prosthetic part thus preventing it from falling out.
• Fixation screw with anti-unscrewing protection.

Clinical indications

Single-unit, multi-unit and complete edentulism
For entire mouth sector

Preserving the biological width for a better aesthetic result

• Immediate and permanent placement of the abutment to preserve the connective tissue
• Direct impression taking on the abutment = POP-UP TECHNIQUE using Direct Clip clipped transfers

Simplicity

• Several prosthetic profiles available according to the tooth/teeth to be replaced (identification by laser marking)
• DIRECT CLIP kits containing all parts needed for restoration on the chosen abutment

Clinical indications

Single-unit, multi-unit and complete edentulism
For entire mouth sector

For manufacture of personalised abutment using traditional technique in the laboratory on cobalt-chromium abutments Correction of angles of 20° à 30° beyond those of prefabricated angled abutments available


Clinical indications

Single-unit, multi-unit and complete edentulism
For entire mouth sector

Screwed restorations

Benefits

• Easy removal
• Small prosthetic space
• No sealing cement
• Restoration more suited to bridges

Drawbacks

• Occlusal surface modified
• Possible risk of unscrewing
• The implant axis is not suited to the ideal lingual or occlusal positioning of the screw access socket
• Screw access socket is visible

Criteria for selecting prosthetic abutments

• Clinical indication: single-unit, multi-unit or complete edentulism
• Sector of the mouth
• Aesthetic requirement
• Divergence between the prosthetic axis desired and the implant axis
• Assessment of the biological width
• The occlusal and interdental spaces
• Impression taking technique:
– Direct implant
– Direct abutment
– Digital impression

Abutments adapted to all of your clinical situations

• Wide selection of supra-implant heights
• 2 angles of 17° and 30° to compensate for divergences between implant and prosthetic axes

Clinical indications

Partial and full bridges
Screw-retained crown only on Tetra straight abutment
For entire mouth sector

Stable and passive bridge

• 4.8 mm wide platform for passive and stable positioning of the prosthesis
• Adapted to early or immediate loading of multi-unit cases

Ergonomic design to simplify your handling

The abutments are supplied with abutment holders to make it easier to pick up and position them in the relation to the desired prosthetic axis.

For single-unit cases, preservation of the biological width for a better aesthetic result

• Immediate and permanent placement of the abutment to preserve the connective tissue
• Direct impression taking on the abutment

Abutments adapted to all of your clinical situations

• Wide selection of supra-implant heights
• 2 angles of 17° and 30° to compensate for divergences between implant and prosthetic axes
• Reduced platform of 3.8 mm for restricted dimensions

Clinical indications

Partial and full bridges
For entire mouth sector

Ergonomic design to simplify your handling

The abutments are supplied with abutment holders to make it easier to pick up and position them in the relation to the desired prosthetic axis.

Clinical indications

Single-unit and multi-unit edentulism
For entire mouth sector

Tailor-made and aesthetic prosthesis

• For performing your complex cases
• Production by our expert centre Teknika Lab:
– of personalised titanium abutments in CAD/CAM
– of zirconia abutments on esthetibase titanium bases

Clinical indications

Single-unit, multi-unit and complete edentulism
For entire mouth sector

Compatibility with the main competitor systems

• Personalised abutments, scanbodys for digital impressions and Esthetibase interfaces are also available for the main competitor implant brands

Removable restoration

Adapted to the majority of implant solutions

• The smallest attachment system on the market
• Compensation of divergence of implant axes by 35° maximum and 50° using SMART BOX EQUATOR

Clinical indications

- Complete edentulism
- Mandible and maxilla

Ideal for cases of

• Denture on attachment • Stabilization of full assembly

Different levels of stabilization
according to the patient’s wishes

• 4 sheaths of different hardness available to adapt retention of the prosthesis

Adapted to the majority of implant solutions

• Different heights available to manage the level of soft tissue
• Compensation of divergence of implant axes by 15° maximum

Clinical indications

- Complete edentulism
- Mandible and maxilla

Ideal for cases of

• Denture on attachment • Stabilization of full assembly

Different levels of stabilization
according to the patient’s wishes

• 3 seals of different hardness available to adapt retention of the prosthesis

Prosthetic kit

This kit contains

• 1 torque wrench for prosthesis 10 – 40 N.cm
• 3 external hex keys (short/medium/long)
• 2 external hex mandrels (short/long)

• 3 internal hex keys:
– for Tetra straight abutment
– for Obi implant and O-Ring abutment (short/long)

• 2 internal hex mandrels:
– for Tetra straight abutment
– for Obi implant and O-Ring abutment (short/long)