|Place of Origin:||China|
|Certification:||TUV CE, ISO13485, ISO9001|
|Model Number:||ITI Straumann SynOcta®|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||10pcs|
|Delivery Time:||3~5 Days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Material:||Titanium GR5||Warranty:||12 Months|
|After-sale Service:||Online Technical Support||Usage:||Implant Bridge/Bar|
|Size:||RN||Properties:||Implant Materials & Artificial Organs|
S Torx Abutment Titanium Screw,
S Torx Dental Implant Screw,
S Torx Multi Unit Ti Screw
S Torx Multi Unit RN Dental Implant Abutment Titanium Screw
ITI Straumann SynOcta® Dental Implant Abutment Titanium Multi Unit Screw Fits RN
Compatible driver = S-Torx
Ti 6AI-4V ELI (Supply from Germany)
- Accuracy, lighting intensity
- Identical to the original screw design
- Tool inspection with 150% of the original torque value
- Hand inspection of the threaded part
Their design ensures a perfect fit with standard accessories as well as with special CAD / CAM systems for structures, bridges and special abutments, bridges, bars, etc.
Approved by CE, ISO 9001, ISO 13485
Points of ITI Straumann Tissue level Screw:
All Straumann® implant prosthetic screws require a special SCS (Screw Carrying System) driver tip. Narrow neck implant (NN, 3.5mm) abutment screws (Fig.1 right, catalog #049.177) are identified through their yellow color and only work in combination with NN implants and NN prosthetic components. Custom ceramic NN abutments necessitate catalog # 048.353 (Fig.2 left). NN abutment screws are replaceable for all NN prosthetics in case of screw failure.
Regular neck (RN, 4.8mm) and wide neck (WN, 6.5mm) platform prosthetic components share the same screw dimensions (Fig.2). SynOcta® straight and pre angled stock abutments are designed with a "trapped" screw and are not replaceable in case the screw fails.
Only gold copings (UCLA) and custom ceramic abutments have separate and replaceable screws. Fixture level UCLA's utilize a "basal" screw (Fig.2 right, catalog #048.356) and UCLA's for synOcta® 1.5 abutments require a "SCS occlusal screw" (Fig.2 middle, catalog #048.350). Basal screws have a tapered head profile and should not be used with prosthetic components intended for SCS screws and vice versa. Custom ceramic RN abutments necessitate catalog # 048.354 (Fig.2 left).