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Articulated Bar

 

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Aiming at a quick, practical solution for producing a bar for protocol, where the professional can obtain a reliable solution and reduce the delivery time of the prosthesis, DENTOFLEX presents the latest option for making a bar for protocol: THE DENTOFLEX ARTICULATED BAR.

Made of commercially pure ASTM F136 titanium, the ARTICULATED BAR is a bar which istotally adjustable on its three movement axes (horizontal, vertical and lateral) in accordance with the distance between the implants installed.

The bar has extenders with screws in its internal part and theymove in a horizontal direction, thereby allowing the bar to belonger or shorter, as per, once again, the distance between the implants installed.

The fact that the ARTICULATED BAR is mounted on miruscones allows a passive adaptation in inserting the protocol type prosthesis.

This ARTICULATED BAR allows a degree of liberty of tridimensional movement which, at the end of its mounting, after a mechanical fastening aided by a union through self-polymerizable resin, makes its rigid, thereby allowing it to be installed in most cases.

The ARTICULATED BAR is indicated in the large majority of cases, provided that one obtains the installation of at least one implant next to the mean line of the mandible or maxilla, and on this implant a sleeve with two inlets. By using the ARTICULATED BAR, it becomes possible to prepare and acrylize the prosthesis even before installing the bar, in cases of immediate or late load.

An efficacious, quick and practical solution is what the ARTICULATED BAR offers the dental surgeon, thereby optimizing the time required for prosthetic rehabilitation on protocol-type implants.

 

1. One inlet straight sleeve
5. Screw
Used in the more distal implants when a cantilever bridge does not require an inlet for the retractable arm and a thread located in the upper part for locking the retractable arm through the screw. It comes with a micro screw for retaining the miruscone which must be inserted with a torque of 10 N/cm. It is used for the initial locking of the extender. It can be applied in a torque of up to 20N, with the aid of a 1.2mm hex key wrench and a prosthetic torque meter. The same screw can be removed after the application of the self polymerizable resin which will provide the bar total rigidity.
2. Two inlet straight sleeve 6. Micro screw
It is used between two implants, in areas where there is no arch curvature. It has two inlets for the retractable arms and two threads located in the upper part for locking the retractable arm through the screws. It is used for fastening sleeves with a torque of a 1.20mm hex key wrench and a prosthetic torque meter.
3. Extender Screw 7. One inlet straight sleeve for cantilever bridge
The screw together with the extended form the shaft (the retractable arm). They are used between two implants, in areas where there is no arch curvature. If necessary, due to a smaller space than the size of the extender between the implants, both can be cut with a carborundum disk to the ideal size for the space available. It is used in more distal implants
where the case demands a cantilever bridge. It has an inlet for the retractable arm and a thread located in the upper part for locking the retractable arm through the screw.
4. Extender  
The extender together with the screw from a retractable arm. They are used between two implants, in areas where there is no arch curvature.
If necessary, due to a smaller space than the size of the extender between the implants, both can be cut with a carborundum disk to the ideal size for the space available. It has a ball which can be inserted in one of the sleeve inputs.
   

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