Oxy Implant® customers’ requirement regarding prosthetic components achieved through Cad-Cam technologies is satisfied thanks to partnership agreements with milling centres of proven experience and with concerns that have implemented the use of laser-melting technology.
For these partners effective work, in the Oxy Implant® catalogue are available dedicated T-bases that represent just the ideal solution to connect prostheses realised by digital processes. Available both in rotational version, to connect bridge structures, and antirotational, for fixing individual crowns. The chamfer of very reduced height (0.5 mm) allows to limit as much as possible the size of the restoration, therefore to benefit the prosthetic result.
The bases are made of titanium and cobalt-chrome, which allows their matching with any prosthetic solution and material: Zirconia, Cobalt-Chrome (cast, milled or sintered), PMMA, PEEK, biomedical resin for provisional restorations, fibreglass or lithium disilicate.
Particularly interesting are the versions equipped with Oxy Implant® internal hexagonal and standard conical connections which allow the coupling with the scan body recognised by CEREC® Sirona impression taking system: thanks to them, also the Practices and the Laboratories using that technology can design and realise prosthetic solutions which can be screwed on our implants.
The geometry of the scan body makes it detectable by both intraoral and lab scanners. Therefore, there is a single item for two different processes that, thanks to the very reduced production tolerance (maximum 5 microns), is really the ideal tool to determine the precise spatial positioning of the implant by means of digital impression taking. And to obtain a constant precision over time, it was decided to make it of titanium, opacified through a sandblasting process.
The digital analogue is instead made of stainless steel, machined as well with particular accuracy. These characteristics will determine the certainty of a precise repositioning in the prototyped model and the possibility of multiple uses, thanks also to a threaded clamping morphology allowing easy disassembly.