The constant emergence profile of the different prosthetic components helps to facilitate manipulation during the various prosthetic phases, providing improved predictability of aesthetic outcome and painless insertion, without tissue tension from the components in the mouth.
Use for making general cement-type prosthesis
Abutment screw one piece structure
Cross-section design for the prevention of prosthesis rotation
Use an O-ring abutment driver
LZQ superstructures are designed to meet all prosthetic needs and fit all accepted working methods. Abutments are available in a wide range of heights, gingival collar heights, angles and margin types. LZQ offers solutions for both screw retained and cement retained restorations. The LZQ temporary plastic abutments are made of PEEK (polyetheretherketone), a synthetic biocompatible polymer, characterized by high mechanical strength and inert chemical properties. PEEK abutments allow for sustainable temporary restorations that last up to 6 months. In an effort to continuously develop our range of superstructures, LZQ offers new Titanium Base abutments, compatible with most CAD/CAM systems software. The new abutments meet the specific requirements of all LZQ Internal hex. implant systems. Allowing for a large variety of prosthetic options, the Titanium Base abutments are available for all platform sizes, ensuring superior strength, reliability and aesthetic implant supported restorations.
A cylinder or screw used all through the 2d stage of dental restoration. This serves two purposes: to allow gingival tissues to heal prior to the placement of the everlasting abutment, and to keep desirable spacing in the oral cavity earlier than the closing restoration (prosthesis) is placed.
an abutment positioned between the abutments that form the ends of the prosthesis.
abutments splinted collectively as a unit to aid and retain a fixed prosthesis.
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angulated impacted abutment