Straight transfer abutment STA4xxxx seriestitaniumhexagonalsubmerged

straight transfer abutment
straight transfer abutment
straight transfer abutment
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Implant diameter

Min.: 4 mm (0.16 in)

Max.: 6.5 mm (0.26 in)


Method - Use 1.2 hex driver - narrow 20Ncm Joining Torque - regular/wide/ultra-wide 25~30Ncm Joining Torque Components - transfer abutment + abutment scrwe - Choice of Variety of Sizes according to Gum’s Size - Implant connection by hex/non-hex composition is used according to surgery Usage - conventional cement retained type abutment Conventional Abutment and sylbutment The principles of The principles of SYLBUTMENT are easily discovered around us. In a conventional abutment, the gap between fixture and abutment may increase gradually due to repeated chewing forces. This is due to the contact between the outer surface of the abutment and the inner taper of the fixture, which only occurs on a small surface area due to the roughness of both the two surfaces. On the other hand, SYLBUTMENT increases the contact surfaces by transformation to the grooves. It does not create a gap as the transformation between the two surfaces occurs within the elastic range. Why does loosening occur in conventional abutments? The perfect contact of two at surfaces is only possible theoretically but practically impossible. The perfect contact of two at surfaces is only possible theoretically but practically impossible. When a chewing force is applied then removed, the gap between the two surfaces increase. As shown in the figure above, chewing forces are experienced asymmetrically due to the grooves of the SYLBUTMENT acting as an elastic body. This firmly maintains the sealed state of the abutment and distributes the chewing forces evenly in the fxture
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