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  1. PROSTHETIC PROCEDURE MANUALBR SYSTEM

  2. CEMENTED RESTORATION Impression Copings Cemented Abutment Pick-up Set Screw Implant Analog Angled Abutment Transfer

  3. IMPRESSION COPINGSImplant Level – Pick-up 1.2mm Hex Driver Guide Pin Engaging • Implant level impression, pick-up impression coping (open tray technique) • Impression coping is packaged with corresponding guide pin • Use 1.2mm Hex driver to assemble/ disassemble

  4. IMPRESSION COPINGSImplant Level – Transfer 1.2mm Hex Driver Guide Pin Engaging • Implant level impression, transfer impression coping (closed tray technique) • Impression coping is packaged with corresponding guide pin • Use 1.2mm Hex driver to assemble/ disassemble

  5. IMPLANT ANALOG

  6. CEMENTED ABUTMENT 1.2mm Hex Driver DIAMETER HEIGHT CUFF Engaging Fastening torque 30 Ncm

  7. ANGLED ABUTMENT 1.2mm Hex Driver Engaging HEIGHT CUFF DIAMETER • Options of 15 degrees and 25 degrees • Angled Abutments are packaged alongside corresponding set screw • Fastening torque 30 Ncm

  8. SET SCREW DIAMETER LENGTH • Cemented Abutment screw is 10mm long • Angled Abutments screw is 8mm long • Set screws are packaged along with corresponding abutment

  9. CLINICAL PROCESSFixing Impression Copings (1/3) • View of patient’s mouth

  10. CLINICAL PROCESSFixing Impression Copings (2/3) • Remove healing abutment / cover screw with 1.2mm Hex Driver • Insert impression coping inside corresponding implant connection

  11. CLINICAL PROCESSFixing Impression Copings (3/3) • Fasten impression coping with corresponding guide pin • Tighten guide pin with 1.2mm hex driver

  12. CLINICAL PROCESSTaking The Impression (1/6) • Apply the light impression material on corresponding site of oral cavity

  13. CLINICAL PROCESSTaking The Impression (2/6) • Pour the heavy impression material inside the impression tray

  14. CLINICAL PROCESSTaking The Impression (3/6) • Position tray for impression taking • Apply pressure until top part of guide pin appears • wait for impression material to set • Transfer impression copings will require prefabricated tray • Pick-up impression copings will require previously customized tray

  15. CLINICAL PROCESSTaking The Impression (4/6) • Remove guide pin

  16. CLINICAL PROCESSTaking The Impression (5/6) • Check tray for impression errors / success

  17. CLINICAL PROCESSTaking The Impression (6/6) • Replace healing abutment / cover screw in corresponding site

  18. LABORATORY PROCESS1. Fixing Analogs & Making Artificial Gum (1/4) • Fix analogs on corresponding impression coping

  19. LABORATORY PROCESS1 - Fixing Analogs & Making Artificial Gum (2/4) • Apply (Spray) separating product on impression areas

  20. LABORATORY PROCESS1. Fixing Analogs & Making Artificial Gum (3/4) • Apply artificial gum product on intervention area • Wait for product to dry

  21. LABORATORY PROCESS1. Fixing Analogs & Making Artificial Gum (4/4) • Trim gum

  22. LABORATORY PROCESS2. Master Modeling (1/3) • Prepare (mix) the stone

  23. LABORATORY PROCESS2. Master Modeling (2/3) • Pour the mixed stone inside the impression

  24. LABORATORY PROCESS2. Master Modeling (3/3) • Master model finishing work

  25. LABORATORY PROCESS3. Abutment Milling (1/5) • Fix the abutment to the analog

  26. LABORATORY PROCESS3. Abutment Milling (2/5) • Abutment Milling (Step 1)

  27. LABORATORY PROCESS3. Abutment Milling (3/5) • Abutment Milling (Step 2)

  28. LABORATORY PROCESS3. Abutment Milling (4/5) • Abutment Milling (Step 3)

  29. LABORATORY PROCESS3. Abutment Milling (5/5) • Post Milling

  30. LABORATORY PROCESS4. Pattern Resin & Wax-Up (1/3)

  31. LABORATORY PROCESS4. Pattern Resin & Wax-Up (2/3) • Wax-up process (Steps 1 & 2)

  32. LABORATORY PROCESS4. Pattern Resin & Wax-Up (3/3) • Wax-up process (Steps 3 & 4)

  33. LABORATORY PROCESS5. Sprewing (1/2) • Sprewing (Step 1)

  34. LABORATORY PROCESS5. Sprewing (2/2) • Sprewing (Step 2)

  35. LABORATORY PROCESS6. Investment (1/2) • Investment (Step 1)

  36. LABORATORY PROCESS6. Investment (2/2) • Burn out (Step 3) • Investment (Step 2)

  37. LABORATORY PROCESS7. Casting • Cast and extract cast structure

  38. LABORATORY PROCESS8. Adaptation & Metal Trimming • Check cast structure for adaptation on master model

  39. LABORATORY PROCESS9. Finishing

  40. LABORATORY PROCESS10. Transfer Jig (1/2) • Make the transfer Jig

  41. LABORATORY PROCESS10. Transfer Jig (2/2) • Place the abutment(s) inside the oral cavity by using the transfer jig