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    Hybrid abutment for Astra TX 3.0?

    Discussion in 'Implants' started by hagdent, May 10, 2018.

    1. hagdent

      hagdent Member Full Member

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      Does anyone make a hybrid abutment for the Astra Osseospeed TX 3.0?
       
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      I heard TruAbutment makes the titanium bases for them (not FDA approved, like that really mattered). Also, If Dess USA has them, they are FDA approved, but worth checking.
       
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      Thanks Rob, TruAbutment had a Ti base. Problem solved!
       
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      Tru abutment, no issues so far wit any of their ti bases come in 3.5mm and 5.5mm heights. Also Glidewell direct sell then in a 4.5mm and 6mm heights but in the library you can make a 3mm and knock the 4.5mm down to 3mm.
       
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      TRU.. and they are FDA approved
      They will introduce a new system before approval, but they are all up to date on the dme and new scan body’s

      They are also coming out with angled access
       
    6. keith goldstein

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      Andrew - TRU is not FDA approved on over 300 of their products. All of their ti bases are NOT FDA approved, nor any of their angled solutions, LOC solutions, multiunit solutions. If this matters to you then you should read the 510K documents since this will tell what is and what is not FDA approved.
       
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      Ok, I’ll check Keith
       

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