The screws are the weakest parts of the implant-prosthetic system, their loosening is an important sign that can alert and warn of a possible fracture.  Loosening the abutment screw is the second most common cause of implant supported restoration failure.  It is recommended that the tightening torque be reapplied at least twice at a 10-minute interval for all laboratory and clinical procedures to minimize the loosening effect of the abutment screws. 
How can we help you? Find the information you are looking for in our F.A.Q section.
1. Is the tightening torque important for implant-supported restorations?
2. Which tightening torque must be used?
ZIACOM recommends tightening torques, which are available in the ZIACOM product catalogues.
3. Are there screws to ensure reliable tightening?
ZIACOM recommends using Kiran which has a surface treatment that improves the reliability of tightening and reduces the probability of loosening. 
4. Are there any allergy risks with ZIACOM materials?
ZIACOM implants are made of commercially pure grade IV titanium, conforming to ASTM F67 and UNE-EN ISO 5832-2 standards. And the prosthetic attachments are mostly made of grade V titanium, according to ASTM F136-08 and UNE-EN ISO 5832-3 standards.Ziacom provides a document for customers with all information on metal allergies in implant dentistry and raw material composition. See Doc-1061.
6. How many times may I use a surgical drill?
ZIACOM drills are designed for 45 uses, and it is not recommended to exceed these uses.
10. I have never used a ZIACOM product before. Is it possible to sample a ZIACOM product?
ZIACOM is offering new customers the possibility of a testing surgery to evaluate the functionality of their products. The clients may request the test-surgery to their area commercials or at email@example.com