Gallery

Multiple Unit Application

Three-unit bridge with the mesial implant distally inclined. This would not be restorable with a screw retained prosthesis even with non-engaging abutments, and would require a cemented bridge. 

Multiple Unit Application

Occlusal view of casting utilizing the patented retention platform. The screw hole is drilled and tapped after casting and is now parallel to the posterior implant.

Multiple Unit Application

Lateral view of the custom abutment utilizing the patented retention platform. The screw hole is positioned parallel to the path of insertion of the distal implant allowing the prosthesis to be screw retained and totally reversible.

Multiple Unit Application

Final casting prepared for porcelain application. The retention platform has been drilled and tapped to accept the two mm screw that attaches the over structure to the abutment. The molar UCLA attaches directly to the implant. BOTH OF THE ABUTMENTS ARE ENGAGING.

Multiple Unit Application

Final restoration fully screw retained.

Multiple Unit Application

Lateral view of the prosthesis prior to insertion. 

Location

8241 NW 49th Court
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Email

info@kulickindustries.com

Hours of Operation

M-F: 8am - 5pm