TriLor® Arch / Fiber Reinforced Composite
Characteristics of natural bone. Metal-free restorative solution. Lightweight, durable and resilient.
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Trilor® Arch allows the analog creation of connection structures between implants that can be embedded in removable prosthetic devices, as well as frameworks for transferring the position of the implants into the mouth, or simple reinforcement bars for total definitive prosthesis. - Full Arch - Partial or total mobile prostheses with attachments - Reinforced bar on implants for immediate or deferred load Trilor® Arch produced in the following thickness: NOTE: This arch cannot be modified in thickness, but in width only.) Arch Thickness H 3.5 mm Suggested for the solidarization of transfers and for immediate structures H 5.5 mm Standard height, used for the most part for prosthetic frameworks. H 7.5 mm Suggested in those cases where it is necessary to model the framework due to angled implants or implants positioned on different heights. Framework Design Since the most important use of Trilor® Arch is the creation of a connection framework among the implants, it is required that the working model have the analogs (indirect system of implants) in detected position with abutment inserted and screwed. It is important to choose the right thickness of Trilor® Arch according to the characteristics of the case and according to the indications. It is suggested to detect the distances among the abutments using a baseplate wax strip in order to fix the exact positions of the abutments by marking a hole through the wax. Record the detected position, overlaying the wax strip on Trilor® Arch and write with a pencil directly on the material. Position the wax strip over Trilor® Arch, mark the holes on underlying structure with a pencil. Pierce Trilor® Arch to create the housing of implant abutments according to the needs of shape and length decided for the case using tungsten ball drills. The more accurate the passage hole, the more stable and resistant the structure will be. To learn more about TriLor, click here.