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FRIDGE®

FRIDGE® Friction Grip Bridge

 

Compared to the existing, fixed, screw-retained processes, this implant supported option can be completed in one session following implant integration by restorative dentist or as an immediate option at time of placement by the surgeon.

 

 

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Learn more about the Implanova Fridge® System:

 

Alexandria Dental Journal

EVALUATION OF IMPLANT-ASSISTED
MANDIBULAR OVERDENTURE WITH NEW METAL
TO METAL INTERFACE ATTACHMENT SYSTEM
(IN VITRO STUDY)

 

INTRODUCTION: A well-constructed two-implant-assisted mandibular overdenture can be a successful treatment option for completely
edentulous patients as it helps improving the oral function and patient satisfaction through elimination of the fear of dislodgment during speech
or mastication. Various attachment systems can be used for retaining mandibular overdentures such as bar, ball and socket, OT equator and
locators. A new attachment system with metal to metal interface named TiTach has evolved. During mastication, loads are transferred to alveolar
bone surrounding the implants

 

 

Implanova Dental Journal Article

EVALUATION OF SELF OSTEOMIZING IMPLANTS
FOR REPLACEMENT OF MANDIBULAR POSTERIOR
TEETH (CLINICAL AND RADIOGRAPHIC STUDY)

 

INTRODUCTION: A well-constructed two-implant-assisted mandibular overdenture can be a successful treatment option for completely
edentulous patients as it helps improving the oral function and patient satisfaction through elimination of the fear of dislodgment during speech
or mastication. Various attachment systems can be used for retaining mandibular overdentures such as bar, ball and socket, OT equator and
locators. A new attachment system with metal to metal interface named TiTach has evolved. During mastication, loads are transferred to alveolar
bone surrounding the implants.

 

The Journal of Prosthetic Journal Article

RETENTION OF MANDIBULAR IMPLANT-RETIANED OVERDENTURES WITH TWO DIFFERENT ATTACHMENT DESIGNS: AN IN VITRO STUDY

 

STATEMENT OF PROBLEM: Retentive force and loss of retention should be considered when selecting an attachment. Studies that evaluate the retentive force and the effect of repeated cycles of insertion and removal on the TITACH attachment with a metal-to-metal interface are needed.

 

PURPOSE: The purpose of this in vitro study was to measure the retention of mandibular implant-retained overdentures with 2 different attachment designs before and after 1000 insertion and removal cycles.