|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||TUV CE, ISO13485, ISO9001|
|Model Number:||Astra OsseoSpeed®|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10Pcs|
|Price:||USD8~12/pc, included screw|
|Delivery Time:||3~5 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Material:||Castable Plastic||Warranty:||12 Months|
|After-sale Service:||Online Technical Support||Connection:||Engaging & Non-Engaging|
|Size:||3.5-4.0mm (Aqua)/ 4.5-5.0mm (Lilac)||Properties:||Implant Materials & Artificial Organs|
Astra OsseoSpeed UCLA Implant Abutment,
Astra OsseoSpeed UCLA Abutment,
ISO13485 UCLA Abutment
Astra OsseoSpeed® UCLA CoCr Base Castable Abutment
3.5-4.0mm (Aqua)/ 4.5-5.0mm (Lilac) (Engaging & Non-Engaging)
CoCr base and castable plastic chimney
Made of CoCr base and castable plastic chimney material for the stable retention of modelling materials
This base is available in two types of platforms: engaging and non-engaging.
Approved by CE, ISO 9001, ISO 13485
CoCr BASE ON IMPLANT
Points of Astra OsseoSpeed™ Abutment:
CastDesign™ abutments are UCLA's made with a hexed, machined gold implant/abutment connection interface and a plastic cylinder pressed on to the gold portion of the abutment. Each platform group (3.5/4.0, 4.5/5.0) has its own geometry and made to fit only their respective platform group. A final screw is included with each abutment as a kit. Stock, non indexed UCLA's are not available for Astra Tech implants.
TempDesign™ abutments for each implant/abutment connection interface group (3.5/4.0, 4.5/5.0) are manufactured with a titanium base and a plastic cylinder pressed on to the titanium base. Abutments are available with and without indexing feature (hex). Through and through temporary titanium with and without indexing feature (hex) are also offered. A final screw is included with each abutment as a kit. The manufacturers recommended torque setting is 15 Ncm regardless of platform connection diameter group.
UniAbutments serve as intermediary abutments for splinted, screw reatained restorations and substructures. Theses abutments may be utilized in situations with exessive tissue height (≥2mm) above implants or to correct a unfavorable final screw access path. Special UCLA abutments (discussed below) or CAD CAM substructures are required for UniAbutments.