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Apol Classe is also ideal for coping transfers. First the healing cap is unscrewed.

  • A transfer coping of the appropriate calibre is screwed manually onto the implant, with the flat going to the vestibule. The plastic capsule for taking the impression is then seated fully onto the transfer by friction alone. As always, an unperforated rigid impression tray is recommended for use with Apol Classe.
    The material loaded into the syringe is injected around the transfer and its capsule. Notice the smooth and completely uniform appearance of Apol Classe. The full impression tray is seated on the arch and kept in place until the material has set completely. Compressed air is directed between the material and the patient's lip. The impression tray is then raised using compressed air. And it can be lifted off without any problems.
  • The transfer can then be removed. It is screwed onto the implant analogue. The transfer+analogue assembly is then carefully placed in the capsule which has remained trapped in the material. The impression is then sent to the laboratory for the model to be cast. And the definitive abutment is made for the crown.
    During the next visit, the definitive abutment is inserted on the implant in the same location as on the model. It is then screwed in using a torque wrench. The screw head is protected by putting a pledget of cotton wool into the cavity.
    The crown is then tried in, any bite adjustments are made, and the crown may be cemented in. The lifetime of the implant system assembly depends mainly on the accuracy of fit of the crown.

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Transfert d'implant

Apol, Dental Product Manufacturer, 597 rue René Cassin - 39 300 Champagnole - France. With kind participation of "laboratoire Actuel Dental" from Evreux (F)