The uniqueness of its profile, so small and compact, make EasyEquator® the smallest attachment on the market, thanks to its 2.1 mm high and 4.4 mm wide (with metal inserted) dimensions. The retentive quality is what has distinguished it from the Rhein83 for years. It is comparable to the proven Normo sphere, having the same retention area. Thanks to his profile EasyEquator® corrects up to 30° of disparallelism between the implants.
The packaging contains:
1 titanium attachment + TiN
1 cap housing in stainless steel
1 protective diskette
4 assorted retaining caps (1 extra-soft, 1 soft, 1 standard, 1 strong)
Tecnique for using EasyEquator® – Ttitanium abutment
STUDY: Fixing the caps in the Dental surgery
Screw the EasyEquator abutment at an adequate height above the gum line.
Put in the protective disks and insert the component cap-housing in place.
Check the correct positioning of the prosthesis before blocking the attachments.
Fill the holes in the prosthesis with self-curing resin and place it in the mouth.
Once the resin is dry, remove the prosthesis and check the proper attachment position.
Remove the protective discs.
Trim the excess resin carefully.
STUDY: Transfer casting
Place the impression coping onto the EasyEquator abutment
The abutments are in position on the impression (using the appropriate materials)
Put the analog in position and pour in the gypsum.
Gypsum mold with analog.
LABORATORY: Construction of the frame directly on the master model
Master model with Easyequator analog in position. Also pictured is the stainless steel housing with black laboratory processing caps inserted.
Apply a thin layer of wax (0.5 mm) onto the model, fill the undercuts of the stainless steel housing with wax and attach the connectors.
Attach all the parts using a castable resin. Make sure you cover the stainless steel housing.
Add sprues to the framework and remove it. Make sure the stainnless steel housind doesn’t temain inside. Check position on the modal.
Molten metal structure, refine and monitor the correct position on the model.
Use a bi-component composite (self-curing or anaerobic) to bond the stainless steel housings to the frame.
Metal structure with stainless steel housings glued in place, the black (laboratory) caps will be replaced by the final caps which have the most suitable holding capacity.
Finished prosthesis with metallic structure incorporated in the resin.