High-speed tungsten carbide bur
The tungsten carbide bur is used for the rapid cutting of the upper margin of the implants before insertion in order to adapt them to the bone crest. The bur is used without spray with intermittent cooling using the sterile saline solution of the implantology micromotor.
The paralleliser with cylindrical bore is used to grasp the lower part of the transmucosal pins during their parallelisation.
The paralleliser with tapered bore, on the other hand, is used to grasp the upper part of the transmucosal elements (the part where the prosthetic device will subsequently be fitted) for their parallelisation.
The two parallelisers make it possible to bend the pin in the direction of the overcut (the opposite surface to the undercut, marked previously using a marker pen). During bending, upward pressure must be applied to one of the parallelisers so that the pins are only bent at neck level (without deforming the part that will be cemented inside the inner bore of the implants).
|Cylindrical for AT3 Pins grip
Transfers are embedded into the impressions and indicate the position of the transmucosal pins in the patient’s arches.
Short transfers are used when the interocclusal distance is limited and the transmucosal pins have been occlusally shortened.
Mock abutment pin for dental technicians
Before the model is developed, the mock pin for technician use is inserted into the transfer that remains embedded in the impression.
Prefabricated Plexiglass crown
The castable crown is fitted on to the mock transmucosal pin in the plaster model and used by the technician to perform wax-up for casting.
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