Rehabilitations direct to implants

Tx30 Variable Rotation

Tx30 Variable Rotation

Tx30 abutment is a solution to rehabilitate prostheses that require angulation correction to achieve an adequate function and aesthetics. It consists of different fixed angles 15º, 20º, and 25º castable and of a mechanized base of Cr-Co, designed to avoid tensions that could damage the adhesion of the two parts and limit the micro-interstices. This same base allows the angled castable to rotate 360o and can be fixed perfectly by the screw Tx30 Kiran.

ZIACOM® offers solutions to rehabilitate prostheses with different angulations and variable orientation. Tx30® abutment consists of Cr-Co mechanized base and castables of different fixed angles. The mechanized base ensures good fit and sealing with the implant, allows the angled castable 360 ° rotation. It is perfectly accommodated by the Tx30® screw.

ZIACOM® has designed castables in different fixed angulations to avoid the incidences that may occur in the joint between the cast and the patella in variable angulation abutments. The joint of the Tx30® Variable Rotation Abutment has been designed with a mechanical retention in the base for the optimum adjustment of the castable, avoiding tensions that could damage the adhesion of the two parts (in abutments of variable angulation) and limiting its microinterstices where is difficult guarantee the entry of the metal during casting, eliminating possible structural weaknesses of the abutment.

Once the castable is positioned in the plaster cast, as it is formed by two pieces, the dental technician can rotate it 360° on its axis and position it in the orientation suitable for the rehabilitation.

Available in three angulations, 15 °, 20 ° or 25 °. It is supplied with Kiran Tx30® clinical screw

Tx30® Variable Rotation abutment allows the professional to choose orientation (Picture 2) and angulation (Picture 1) progressively up to 25 °.

» Choices in Variable Rotation 15°, 20° or 25 °.
» Ceramics applicable from the shoulder of the implant.
»Allows anatomical reconstruction of the crown.
»Facilitates aesthetic restorations.
» Improves the performance and function of the restoration.
»Visual recognition of three different angulations (Picture 3)

Tx30® Screw-Screwdriver Variable Rotation Set

Tx30® Variable Rotation Screw is Torx-type connection, designed to allow tightening up to 30° angulation exclusively with the Tx30® Variable Rotation Screwdriver.

Tx30® Screwdriver Torx type variable rotation is designed (for use only with Tx30® Variable Rotation Screws) with structural strength at the recommended torque, so that if it is exceeded, it will deform or break to protect the screw.

Tx30® Screwdriver Variable Rotation is available in shapes:
– Manual and ratchet 12 and 18mm active lengths.
– Contra-angle 26 and 32mm lengths.

Tx30® Variable Rotation Interface for CAD-CAM

Tx30® Variable Rotation Interface are designed as intermediate abutments that facilitate passive adjustment of CAD-CAM structures or as connectors to cement Zirconium structures indirectly [2] [3], in cases of unfavorable implant angulation. Tx30® Variable Rotation Interfaces have a side window that allows you to tighten Tx30® Screw Variable Rotation exclusively with the Tx30® Screwdriver depending on the connection up to 25° (see table on the web).

Peek Scanbodys of Ziacom® implant system are available for Variable Rotation Tx30® Interfaces.

The maximum load capacity of the Zirconium abutment with Titanium interface was significantly higher.
[2] Kim JS1, Raigrodski AJ, Flinn BD, Rubenstein JE, Chung KH, Mancl LA. In vitro assessment of three types of zirconia implant abutments under static load. J Prosthet
Dent. 2013 Apr; 109 (4): 255-63. Doi: 10.1016 / S0022-3913 (13) 60054-2.
• The use of an intermediate metallic component could have a beneficial influence on the stability of zirconium oxide abutments.
[3] Truninger TC1, Stawarczyk B, Leutert CR, Sailer TR, Hämmerle CH, Sailer I. Bending moments of zirconia and titanium abutments with internal and external implantabutment connections after aging and chewing simulation. Clin Oral Implants Res. 2012 Jan; 23 (1): 12-8. Doi: 10.1111 / j.1600-0501.2010.02141.x. Epub 2011 Mar 28.

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