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Our lab has a diverse range of dental lab products. Our team realize that the dental profession in large is artistic and requires precision. We too understand that every client have their own preferences. It is because of this, we have created multiple check and balance system for every case with final quality control steps that are supervised by the CDT and MDT's. During our company’s growth and evolution, our members attend advanced continue education programs all around the world. We have created in - house training modules as well. Case quality is our paramount goal. Whether you are a dentist or our colleague in the dental lab industry, you can rely on Orient. Our company will do our best to complete your request.
Customized or custom abutments first became popular after the UCLA abutment was introduced to the market. UCLA abutments provide a means for waxing the emergence profiles of the transgingival portion of the abutment, flexibility in margin level placement,
and the correction of angulation problems. Following this success, manufacturers have focused on developing different techniques for fabricating customized abutments .
There are three major techniques of customizing implant abutments:
1. Milling (starting from a bulky titanium abutment).
2. Manual modeling (creating a model for casting or scanning).
3. Virtual modeling (designing a model in a virtual environment) .
After the fabrication and customization steps, a second process of fine adjustment is required to perfect the abutment fit. The quality and design of the rotary instruments used will have a direct impact on the final outcome of the custom abutment.
CAD/CAM technology has enabled technicians to fabricate patient- or site-specific abutments from titanium and zirconium blanks. The CAD/CAM systems that are used in the fabrication of custom abutments generally consist of three modules:
1. A scanner, which scans a solid model and converts the model into a virtual digital model.
2. Design software, which is used to design the custom abutment.
3. A milling machine, which mills the designed abutment out of titanium or zirconium blanks.
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