User Manual Gold Abutment
MIS Gold Abutment The MIS gold abutment can be used for the fabrication of custom made abutments or for the fabrication of direct screw retained restorations. The alloy base is made of 60% gold, 19% platinum, 20% palladium and 1% Iridium. The combination of an alloy base with a burnout plastic sleeve blends the benefits of an accurate implantabutment contact, with the versatility required from a custom made component.
Direct screw retained P.F.M restorations The burnout sleeve allows the use of direct wax-up techniques. A metal framework made from the casting of this wax-up can be used for conventional porcelain baking procedures. Cemented restorations The burnout sleeve can also enable wax-up of custom abutments, that can be used to retain cemented restorations.
Laboratory guide 1
Select the appropriate gold abutment which meets fixture configuration. Note: it is recommended to ensure compatibility of the elements by using MIS catalogs.
Wax up onto the burnout sleeve to fabricate the metal framework that is required. Please note: 1. Porcelain cannot be fired directly to the gold base because the alloy is not a ceramic compatible alloy. 2. Do not cover the exposed 1mm gold collar with porcelain.
Technical information Density - 17.5 gr/cm3 Melting range - 1400-1490 c. (solid - liquid). Vickers hardness - HV5>215 Elongation > 4% Yield strength > 650 MPa Tensile strength > 750 MPa
Sterilization The device must be sterilized before use by autoclave, at a temperature of 134ยบC (273ยบF) at a pressure of ~315 Kpa during 6 minutes. Do not exceed 134ยบC during sterilization. Recommended tightening moment for gold screw (MD-G0220): 20 Ncm
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Manufacturer By prescription only
MIS Implants Technologies GmbH Simeonscarre 2, 32423 Minden, Germany Tel: +49 571-972-7620 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
MP-UI003 Rev.9, July 2014
MIS Implants Technologies Ltd. P.O.Box 7, Bar Lev Industrial Park, 2015600, ISRAEL Website: www.mis-implants.com © MIS Corporation. All rights reserved.
The MIS gold abutment can be used for the fabrication of custom made abutments or for the fabrication of direct screw retained restorations.