The Abutment Okweld, intended for use with an intraoral weld, is composed of two parts, a static component and a dynamic one.
The dynamic component includes two opposed titanium bars, integral parts of the abutment.
The static component has a through hole and it is rigidly associated with a straight or angled conical connection through a screw.
The dynamic component is associated with the static component through mechanical interference according to the “Cono-Morse” connection principle.
Once the two components are permanently associated, the conical connection can be activated, with a slight pressure on the dynamic component on the static one.
It will thus be possible to splint through the use of the intraoral welding unit by joining the bar with one or more static components screwed on the adjacent conical connections with the greatest ease.
Directions for use:
- Realization of a provisional/definitive framework welded on multiple elements.
- Ideal for immediate and/or delayed loading
Okweld abutments are suitable for the production of dental fittings in composite resin or monolithic resin. The Abutments are supplied non-sterile, can be sterilized, and are single-use. To ensure a perfect connection, apply a screw tightening torque between 15 and 25 Nmc depending on the manufacturer’s specifications for the conical connection.