OKsplint Abutments are designed for use with resinous cement, consists of two types of abutment:
- A primary abutment, made by a dynamic component comprising two opposed titanium bars integral with the abutment and a static component, which provides a through hole that allows the connection to a straight or angled conical connection through a screw. The dynamic component is associated with the static component by mechanical interference according to the principle of “Cono-Morse”.
- A secondary abutment carrying two wings designed to accommodate the bars of the dynamic component described above and which is associated to a straight or angled conical connection through a screw.
The titanium bar of the dynamic component can be connected to a secondary abutment, without resorting to an intraoral welding, but simply using dedicated resinous cement (for metal) that causes the rigid connection between the two elements. In this way, a rigid framework can be released which can be disengaged from the conical connections by unscrewing the screws.