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Taper Tap

Taper Tap


Application domain: for Implant
Material: Super-high rust-resistant high-hardness stainless steel, ceramics, general rust-resistant stainless steel
LZQ is an OEM factory for all kinds of dental implant tap, such as Abutment/Transfer P25Parallel Pin P37, Wrench P53, Screwdriver P79, Tap P152, Bone Fetcher P165, Lance Drill P172, etc. We can also produce a whole kit of tools for customers' surgical cases.

Product Details

We use the material of stainless steel. We are capable to produce any taps according to drawings or samples provided by customer with a favorable cost-performance.

1. Super-high anti-rust high wear resistance stainless steel series
(AA)(HRC54°±2°section)(regularly stock)
2. General anti-rust high wear resistance stainless steel series
(A)(HRC45°~64°section series)
(Ultra-high rust (AA) & Ultra-high wear-resistant(A) &Ultra-sharp edge)
(ultra-high anti-rust type(AA)&general anti-rust type(A)&CNC full fine grinding sharp cutting edge)

In medium/dense bone, pre-tapping may be needed.
For preparation of implant thread
One tap per implant diameter
Depth calibration by ring marks or shading
For use with the contra-angle handpiece(motor, A and B-implants

Long term
The long-term problems that end result from restoring tooth with implants relate, directly, to the risk elements of the affected person and the technology. There are the risks associated with look inclusive of a excessive smile line, negative gingival first-rate and missing papillae, issue in matching the form of natural teeth that may additionally have unequal points of contact or exceptional shapes, bone that is missing, atrophied or in any other case shaped in an unsuitable manner, unrealistic expectations of the affected person or poor oral hygiene. The risks can be associated to biomechanical factors, where the geometry of the implants does now not aid the enamel in the same way the herbal tooth did such as when there are cantilevered extensions, fewer implants than roots or tooth that are longer than the implants that help them (a bad crown-to-root ratio). Similarly, grinding of the teeth, lack of bone or low diameter implants increase the biomechanical risk. Finally there are technological risks, the place the implants themselves can fail due to fracture or a loss of retention to the tooth they are supposed to support.

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