UCLA ABUTMENT - COBALT-CHROME (CoCr)

Ucla Abutment
The UCLA Abutment is a castable abutment. It is offered with a machined base, made out by different metal alloy such as: Titanium, Chrome Chobalt or Gold. It may be used for single or multi-unit screw or cement-retained restorations. The UCLA abutment was designed to x implant angulation problems and in some cases depth problems (too much or too little), It may correct angles up to 30 degrees when cast as a custom abutment. a casted abutment cannot compete with a machined abutment. That is why some “clever guy” invented the overcasted UCLA that has a metal base (Ti or CrCo or AU) with a plastic sleeve and you overcast so you get the flexibility of doing almost everything with almost the precision of machined abutment.

COBALT CHROME BASE

CCM UCLA Abutments are designed as a replacement of the Gold UCLA

ADVANTAGES

  • Reasonable price comparing Gold UCLA
  • Higher Precision performance than Plastic UCLA Abutment
  • Better strength (Cobalt
  • Improve Thermal stable, Corrosion Resistance(Chrome)
  • Increase Corrosion Resistance (Molybdenum)

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION

Cobalt(66%), Chrome(27%), Molybdenum(6%), Nickel(<1%)

PROCEDURE

All procedure is same as Gold UCLA Abutment manual but CCM UCLA Abutment need additional Oxide Film removal process at the castic surface. Casting Temperature Comparison 1,400 CIDEAL

MATERIAL FOR ACCURATE CASTING

Used for single-unit screw retained or custom cement retained restoration. Chrome Cobalt (CoCr) base provides more affordable alternative with great workability and accuracy. Our Burn-out products provides high quality surface finish on cast items. Material melts during the burnout cycle, allowing it to melt out of the investment without leaving any residue. This material is perfect for producing highly accurate and detailed full partials for direct investment casting. It is also possible to produce a multiple unit bridge with a perfect t. Burn-out is a homogenous bending- resistant thermoplastic material used in the casting process. The material used in the process must be selected as to compensate for the dimensional changes that occur during the casting investment, including setting shrinkage / expansion of the casting investment.