This manual will show the manufacturing process and considerations while
restoring with the Osteo-Ti system and provide the technician with a basic,
controlled and practical process of replacing teeth with implants in an automated,
predictable and consistent process.
Success in restoring with dental implants is as easy as any other practical task
dental technicians undertake. Successful implant treatment requires the
coordinated efforts of the dental team as a whole i.e. the surgeon, restorative
dentist, laboratory technician and dental hygienist.
To have predictable success time after time it is important that you follow a strict
list of manufacturing procedures, which are precisely followed each time. This will
lead to an automated and predictable success rate. This process must begin at
the time impressions are received through to the delivery of the completed
restoration. No stage is more or less important.
Lock on bases are available in 4 sizes, 3.75 diameter short / long and 4.5
diameter short / long. LB is followed by the prefix 3 or 4 for the different
diameters and the letter ‘L’ for the long size e.g. LB4L for Lock-on Base 4.5 long.
Low Profile Screw
Anchorlock Universal Analogue
Abutment Selection Wheel
ABUTMENT SELECTION WHEEL
The selection wheel has angles of correction from 0-30 degrees in 5 degree
intervals. There are also 6 abutment offsets where the hex has been moved in
relation to the angle being corrected. See diagram.
The dentist should always indicate which lock on base (LB) has been used, or
whether a fixture head impression was taken. Without this information the model
cannot be made. When a base is used the length is not important as the