Straumann® Abutment Connections  

More than a proven system. It’s the trust that comes with it. 

By using original Straumann® components you get time tested performance and reliability on which you can build your dental business around. Straumann’s implant to abutment connections provide the perfect, harmonized match based on the precise design and engineering specifications no one else is able to reproduce. Scientific evidence1,2 shows that there are differences in screw loosening and variations in micro mobility when original versus non-original implant-abutment connections are compared.

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Straumann® Crossfit Connection  

Easy handling and high reliability combined.

The self-guiding internal prosthetic connection has an optimized design for long-term mechanical stability under all loading conditions and ensures an exact fit between implant and abutment. The internal cone of 15° stands for greater flexibility in prosthetic treatments. Four internal grooves ensure the precise positioning of prosthetic components. Depending on the implant diameter, the Straumann® Bone Level Implant is equipped either with the Regular CrossFit® (RC) or the Narrow CrossFit® (NC) connection.

  • Handling

    The handling is easy and provides confidence for component positioning. Simplified impression-taking even with divergently positioned implants. 

  • Flexibility

    Restorative flexibility and long-term mechanical stability.3-5

  • Reliability

    Precision against rotation is ensured. Simplified impression-taking even with divergently positioned implants. Reduced micro-movements and minimized microgap. Optimized stress distribution. Exact implant-abutment fit.

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Straumann® synOcta® 

Reliable. Simple. Flexible.

The synOcta® Prosthetic System offers you the advantages of a reliable, simple and flexible prosthetic solution. The secret of synOcta®’s success lies in the connection between the abutment and the implant. The precise symmetrical fit of the octagons of the abutment and inside of the implant allows the synOcta® Abutment to be repositioned, but also protects against rotation. The combination of the Morse taper with 8° cone with cold welding ensures reliable vertical positioning. 

  • Reliability

    The 8° cone of the Morse taper offers an ideal combination between cold welding and reliable vertical positioning. Exact implant-abutment fit.

  • Simplicity

    Simple impression taking without the abutment.

  • Flexibility

    Abutments can be repositioned, selected on the model, and with optimal planning options for every indication.

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Downloads

Documents

Classic standard for timeless confidence.

Straumann® Tissue Level Implant System
490.269/en/A/00 03/17 31.03.2017 PDF, 5 MB Download

Retentive systems for implant-borne hybrid dentures

Instructions for dentists and dental technicians
152.252/en/A/00 03/16 31.03.2016 PDF, 5 MB Download

Straumann® Bone Level Prosthetic Procedures

Basic Information
702061/en/B/01 03/17 31.03.2017 PDF, 5 MB Download

Straumann® synOcta® Prosthetic System

Basic Information
152.255/en/C/00 05/17 30.05.2017 PDF, 4 MB Download
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Videos & Animations

Bone Level Implant Connection

Crossfit™ Connection, Emergence Profiles™
V0090-en 26.06.2017 M4V, 88 MB

CrossFit™ 30 degrees

Short Version
V0092-en 26.06.2017 WMV, 2 MB

CrossFit™ Connection

Short Version
V0091-en 26.06.2017 WMV, 4 MB
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Scientific evidence

Straumann® Original

Clinical Review
490.258/en/B/00 01/17 31.01.2017 PDF, 372 KB Download

Straumann® Bone Level Tapered Implant

Clinical Review
490.063/en/A/01 02/15 28.02.2015 PDF, 2 MB Download

Catalogs

Product Catalog 2017/2018

Straumann International Edition
452.200/en/B/00 07/17 07.07.2017 PDF, 10 MB Download

International Course Calendar 2017

More than education
490.150/en/A/00 03/17 31.03.2017 PDF, 11 MB Download
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References

1 Kim SK, Koak JY, Heo JS, Taylor TD, Ryoo S, Lee SY: Screw loosening with interchangeable abutments in internally connected implants after cyclic loading. Int J Oral Maxillofac Implants 2012; 27:42-47 2 Keilig L, Berg J, Söhnchen P, Kocherovskaya, Bourauel C. Micro-mobility of the implant/abutment interface for original and third-party abutments – a combined experimental and numerical study (Poster EAO 2013, Dublin, ref. no. 346). 3 Data on file. 4 Sakaguchi RL, Douglas WH, DeLong R, Pintado MR. The wear of a posterior composite in an artificial mouth: a clinical correlation. Dent Mater 1986;2(6):235-240. 5 Rosentritt M, Behr M, Gebhard R, Handel G. Influence of stress simulation parameters on the fracture strength of all-ceramic fixed partial dentures. Dent Mater 2006:22(2):176-182.