Patients and their requirements are the focus. CONELOG® Abutments meet these challenges and make fabrication of functional, esthetic restorations of the highest quality possible.
CONELOG® Esthomic® abutments are well suited for fabrication of cementable crown and bridge restoration in esthetically demanding regions. Due to the anatomically appropriate shoulder geometry and the two selectable gingival heights, individual modifications are reduced in the shoulder area and the processing time shortened. The Esthomic® abutments are available in straight and 15° or 20° angled versions. Where space is limited, the Esthomic® abutment inset can be used. These abutments have the same circular diameter as the implants.
The CONELOG® Universal abutment can be used for cementable crown, bridge and double crown restorations. The abutment is made from a titanium alloy and can be custom-trimmed. Divergences of the implant axes can be compensated for by a suitably adapted forming.
The CONELOG® Gold-plastic abutment is highly versatile. The cast-on technique can be used to fabricate occlusally screw-retained single crowns, individual implant abutments (mesostructures) for cementable bridge restorations and primary crowns for bridging implant axes divergences in the double crown technique. The gold-plastic abutment consists of a prefabricated cast-on base made of a high-melting precious metal alloy and a screw channel made of residue-free burn-out plastic (POM).
The CONELOG Logfit® abutment line consists of prefabricated components precisely matched to one another thus standardizing the clinical and technical procedures. The result is a lower workload for the practice and dental laboratory when fabricating cement-retained crown and bridge restorations.
CONELOG® Titanium bases CAD/CAM of the crown version act as bonding base for customized single crowns and mesostructures made from suitable materials. Optical recording of the base is performed with the aid of suitable dental scanners with mounted scan abutments from third party suppliers. The digitally captured geometry is used for modeling and fabricating single crowns and mesostructures using CAD/CAM technology. The titanium bases CAD/CAM of the crown version are equipped with a tapered implant-abutment connection with three grooves as antirotational mechanism and are available in two gingival heights.