Laboratory Protocol for the Seeger Passive Bar

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Screw the OT Equator of the correct cuff length into the NanoDent implant analogue.

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Place the burn-out castable red ring, followed by Laboratory Seeger (thin part down) tighten the screw cap in titanium without forcing.

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Wax up the bar or use resin to design the passive bar incorporating castable elements.

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Completed metal passive bar.

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The retentive bar components can be design and added as required according to preference.

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Segeer System

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Dimensions of burn out OT equator castable used to increase bar retention and deliver parallelism.

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The Seeger System has been designed to allow the construction of bars on implants even if non-parallel, with passive connection. The peek ring connects passively the bar to the OT Equator attachments to prevent unscrewing and can be removed with the titanium self-extracting screw.