When two complementary products (both with connections or that can potentially have connections) work in synergy to create removable devices in an implant-supported prosthesis, we are talking about DUO. Duo is, in all respects, a system where the undisputed protagonists are: *Primary bar screw-retained on implants, obtained by milling (made of grade 5 Titanium or Cobalt-Chrome alloy) *Secondary structure obtained using additive production techniques, both in the M version (SLM made of grade 5 Titanium or Cobalt-Chrome alloy not machine milled), and in the M2 version (SLM and machine milled).
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Within the hybrid Selective Laser Melting and Milling technique, you can order: individual elements and screw-retained bridges, bars and secondary structures made of Biomedical Cobalt Chrome alloy and Titanium, even with the possibility of requesting the realisation of an inclined screw channel! We like this type of production technique because it is able to enhance the STRENGTHS of additive manufacturing (Laser Melting) and selective milling. Milling ensures maximum accuracy and an unrivalled surface finish on implant interfaces and on the transmucosal route, also counting on the possibility of replicating conical coupling screw supports, while the production in layers (typical of additive manufacturing techniques) cancels many of the production restrictions that can be found on complex anatomical morphologies (high undercut areas, stress-breaker profiles on screw-retained bridges which will have a ceramic coating).
New Ancorvis is able to use the inclined screw channel on all screw-retained and cement-retained structures of any implant platform available on the market. Thanks to the use of an exclusive screwdriver and dedicated prosthetic screws, we can indeed produce inclined holes up to 25°. The possibility of managing the inclination of the screw channel from 0° to 25° in the design and manufacture of screw-retained structures such as abutments, bars, crowns and implant bridges makes the prosthetic restoration procedure easier and more flexible for the technician, also allowing for results with a strong aesthetic appeal to be achieved. Moreover, this type of technique guarantees the clinician - in the presence of reduced vertical spaces - facilitated access while tightening the screw.
Our new ScanReply implant component (consisting of digital analogue and scanbody) allows to convert the analogue impression into digital thanks to the fact that it can be screwed onto the impression transfer body.
Designed to meet different needs, it also allows to compensate for any inaccuracies - correcting them!- which may occur during the complex intra-oral scanning phase, for example of structures on implants. In an intermediate step, an aluminium position template is made to verify the correct position of the implant.
If the latter does not meet the references deriving from the intra-oral scanning, the application of ScanReply to the passivated template will allow the transfer of the exact position of the implants to the CAD system. Also, during the traditional impression phase, ScanReply can be used in its analogue body to make digital models.
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