To date, in many cases it has not been possible to manufacture a screw-retained prosthesis on steep cone connection implants, as the divergence between the axes of impants largely limits their installation. (If the relative axial deviation in implants with two steep cones is larger than the cone degree in the implant, the dental structure is not embeddable.) Furthermore, in the majority of cases there is a need to change the vestibular or possibly the interdental orientation of the entry point of the ﬁxation screw. Vario-Dock A is a patented solution (universal abutment), which can be employed in steep cone connection implants and oﬀers a 25 degree axis correction in bridges. It is composed of a body and a threaded shaft, which together compose a fully closed unit. This is then completed by a lock nut (female screw), which ﬁxes the tooth replacement onto the abutment.
The main body’s cone-shaped proﬁle completely equivalent of the manufactured superstructure, but it is not ﬁtted with a transitive screw, instead it is ﬁxed in the implant by its own torque. There is a perfect ﬁt between main body and implant on the conical surface, and since the main body is a non-penetrable component for bacteria, it hermetically seals the inside of the implant, preventing the communication between the inside of the implant and the oral cavity.
Prices: -Vario-Dock A (Vario-Dock cast sett):100 € + VAT