The Gt-Medical Angled Ti-Base is made of Titanium Grade 5 with a mirror-polished finish to prevent bacterial plaque adhesion, and it also features a golden anodizing that improves the aesthetic finish of the final prosthesis.
The connection of the Angled Ti-Base with the implant can be done using the Dinalock Prime Series Screw from Gt-Medical for angled channels.
The connection of the titanium base with the prosthetic structure is achieved through cementation.
The geometry of the Angled Ti-Base is divided into 3 parts:
- Connection surface with the implant, rigorously designed with the original measurements of the corresponding implant, offering machining tolerances never greater than +/- 0.01mm.
- Customizable cementation trunk, which has a slotted cylindrical surface to facilitate cement adhesion. It is available in height "L", and if a lower height is required, there are cut marks "M" and "S". It has asymmetric flat faces that ensure the anti-rotation of the Titanium Angled Base within the prosthetic structure. They are angularly oriented with the implant connection and the flat face of the scan body.
- Gingival shoulder, with a height of approximately 0.5 to 2.5mm and a micro-polished surface finish that facilitates the perimetral growth of the gingival mucosa.
- Screw seat, made with an angular tolerance of +/- 0.5 degrees preventing micro movements that could cause possible loosening of the screw. Lateral opening, which allows the entry of the Dinalock screw and its corresponding key, allowing for corrections of up to 25° of angulation.
Using the Gt-Medical Prime Ti-Base implant library, the prosthetic structure can be digitally designed, and angled screw channels can be used.