LASAK CadCam bridges and abutments

LASAK CadCam custom abutment AstraTech and LASAK CadCam custom abutment BioniQBridges and abutments

  • High precision – perfect, passive fit
  • Homogenous structure – free of internal defects
  • Direct fixation to implants without abutments
  • Time- and cost-effective

Benefit from a CAD/CAM system and increase the precision of your implant-supported frameworks.

 

LASAK CadCam technology

  • A unique production system of precise superstructures.
  • Direct fixation in dental implants without the use of abutments or other connecting elements.
  • Reduced number of gaps, between the implant and the superstructure, which can be a potential source of bacterial contamination.
  • Modern technology.

LASAK CadCam bridge ZrO2

Materials of bridges and abutments

  • Co-Cr alloy
  • Titanium
  • ZrO2

 

Advantages

  • You do not need to worry about the precise fit of large implant-supported frameworks anymore – precision is guaranteed.
  • You do not have to choose and buy abutments.
  • Emergence profile extending immediately from the implant level.
  • You do not need to change your way of working, to learn new software, or to invest in a scanner.

LASAK CadCam bridge AstraTech

Available for these implant systems

  • LASAK BioniQ
  • LASAK IMPLADENT
  • NobelActive®
  • NobelReplace®
  • Straumann® Bone Level
  • Straumann® synOcta®
  • Astra Tech®

LASAK CadCam bridge Straumann SynOcta

LASAK CadCam technology

LASAK CadCam technology represents a unique production system of precise frameworks which allow direct fixation in dental implants without the use of abutments or other connecting elements. This reduces the number of gaps, between the implant and the superstructure, which can be a potential source of bacterial contamination.

The structure can be made of any common material – titanium, Co-Cr, ZrO2. Using the latest available technology and certified materials allows us to achieve structural homogeneity and high precision even in large bridges (e.g. 14 units). Emergence profiles may expand immediately from the implant level, meeting demanding esthetic requirements. The screw-retained design allows the direct fixation of bridges in implants and allows easy revision of a prosthetic replacement or implant, if necessary.

The LASAK superstructures are fixed using the M2.3 screw (up to 30% higher strength when compared with common M2.0 screws) which ensures highly rigid connection of an implant with a superstructure as well as outstanding stability of linear bridges or superstructures supported by non-optimally positioned implants. 

Material specification

Titanium alloy Ti-7Nb-6Al

Outstanding biocompatibility (used for surgical implants) and mechanical properties. Thermal expansion coefficient (25–500 °C) 10.1 ±0.25.10-6K-1.
Composition: Ti 86.9 %; Nb 6.5–7.5 %; Al 5.5–6.5 %; complies with ISO 5832-11 and ASTM F 1195-011.

Yttrium-stabilized zirconia – ZrO2

Thermal expansion coefficient (25–500 °C) 10.0 ±0.5.10-6K-1, ceramics for fusion, e.g.: VITA VM 9, GC Initial Zr; density = 6.05 kg.m-3; flexural strength (4 p.b.) 1200±200 MPa.
Composition: ZrO2+ HfO2+Y2O399 % (Y2O34.5–5.4 %, HfO2<5 %);Al2O3<0,5 %; other oxides <0.5 %.

Co-Cr alloy

Thermal expansion coefficient (25–500 °C) 14.3 µm/m.K; hardness (Vickers): approx. 380 HV10; melting range: 1270–1345 °C; density: 8.3 g/cm³.
Composition: Co 61.1 %; Cr 32.0 %; Mo 5.5 %; Si 0.7 %; Mn 0.7 %; alloy without content of nickel and beryllium, complies with EN ISO 9693.

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