50 X MUA Rosen Screw® 1.72mm

Rosen Screw® 1.72mm for full-arch and partial dental implant restorations, connecting directly to multi-unit abutment components without the need for a TI base. Provides a secure, never-loosening fit for all materials, with a break-resistant screw channel. Digital library available.

In stock

$450

Compatibility
Paltop ® (Keystone Implants) Implant Direct ® Dentium ®
Screw driver type
1.25 mm / 0.05’’Hex Driver
Torque
20Ncm
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$450

Shipping
USPS
Shipping cost
Free
Estimated delivery time
1–2 business days
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Shipping cost
Free
Estimated delivery time
5–10 business days
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Please note that the returned item must not be damaged or used and must be sent in the original packaging. Returns can be initiated within 60 days of receipt.

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SHIPPING COST
ESTIMATED DELIVERY TIME
TRACKING INFORMATION
USPS
Free
1–2 business days
Available
DHL Express
Free
5–10 business days
Available

We accept payments by Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, Maestro, American Express), PayPal, Google Pay and Apple Pay.

All payment methods are secured with an SSL certificate and are completely secure. The website has been checked and protected by international data protection systems.

Please note that the returned item must not be damaged or used and must be sent in the original packaging. Returns can be initiated within 60 days of receipt.

Refunds are made no later than 5 business days from the date of receipt of the parcel at the company's warehouse.

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FAQ

How scan do markers differ for the inner hex from the 50 X MUA Rosen Screw® 1.72mm?

The key difference is the fit level. The internal hexagon scan marker is inserted at the implant level and the abutment is then fitted according to the results of the scan. The scan marker for multi-units, on the other hand, is placed on the already existing abutment, and the position of the abutment is modeled on the future restoration.

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