Introduction to Implanova® Prosthetic System

a) The entire Implanova® prosthetic system uses the exact same screw type. The length of the screw head varies depending on the indication. All final abutment/restorations must be torqued to 20 Ncm using an Implanova® prosthetic torque wrench. Please note that for the final restoration, the screw/abutment must be re-torqued to 20 Ncm at least 10mins after the initial torquing. If any preparations is made on the final abutment/restoration the screw/abutment must be torqued again. A single ISO hex driver is used for all prosthetic parts.

b) All Implanova® abutments utilize the conical, 11° tapered body design to ensure tight, uniform sealing with the internal surfaces of the implant. The abutment can be placed either at the time of surgical placement of the implant fixture if initial stability is sufficient or at a later date after the implant is integrated. As an alternative, a healing cap can be placed at the time of implant placement and can be replaced with the appropriate abutment after implant integration.

c) All Implanova® abutment components are made up of Grade 23 Titanium alloy (Ti-6Al-4V ELI) per ASTM F136.

d) Implanova medium height abutments are typically suitable for bone-level placed implants. Short abutments are for crestal placed implants.

e) Implanova abutments that are designated as unibutments are those that do not have any platform on themselves and the emergence profile is created by the restoration.

f) Implanova® abutments come in seven forms. Straight abutments come in solid, one-piece or two-piece Contoured Shoulder abutments. Solid abutments have an integrated external thread that is designed to be directly fastened into the Implanova® implant fixture without the need of an additional screw. All Implanova® Angled unibutments and Contoured Shoulder abutments attach to the Implanova® bone level implant fixture using a single size, universal abutment screw. All Implanova® abutments are compatible with and fit all Implanova® implant sizes.

Note: Angled abutments should not be used with 3mm implants. This includes TiTACHTM abutments and angled FRIDGE® unibutments.

Angled Universal Height Unibutments

Angled Universal Height Unibutments are used to correct implant angulation up to 20◦. The restoration can start from the vertical part up to the screw access. The tip of the unibutment can be shortened as necessary with a carbide bur in high speed with copious amount of water. The minimal length of unibutment to retain a restoration is 4mm. These unibutments are suitable for crestal placed implants. They are ideal for “screwmentation” technique.

Angled Platform Abutments

Angled Platform abutments are for restoration of implants at 15 or 20 degree angles and incase of upper teeth when the implant is typically placed in the lingual direction compared to the axis of the desired crown.