Sleeve for Multi-Unit Abutment D-Type H4

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Titanium sleeve is used to construct provisional restorations.

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$25

Heights
H4
Compatibility
Nobel Active® Multi Unit Level, NeoDent® Multi Unit Level, Uniqa Dental (D-Type) Multi Unit Level
Restoration
Screw restoration
Screw type
UMSD-0002U
Torque
15 Ncm
Supplied with
UMSD-0002U
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$25

Shipping
USPS
Shipping cost
Free
Estimated delivery time
1–2 business days
Tracking information
Available
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Shipping cost
Free
Estimated delivery time
5–10 business days
Tracking information
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Return policy

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.

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

What is the difference between an implant analog for CAD/CAM systems and a classical model where the model is cast in plaster based on an impression of the jaw?

The only difference is in the attachment shank. In classical technology, the shank has to fit into the socket left by the transfer. In digital dentistry, the jaw model is printed on a 3D printer and the implant analogue is screwed into a nut that is fixed into the model.

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  1. AnselaJonla

    Practice owner here: I’ve been using the same brand of implants for the last ten years and I was wondering if it is worth buying a famous brand when there are companies that claim to provide good quality products for a fraction of cost. Do you think the implants from Israel or Korea are worth trying? Do you work with them, for how long and which brand? Components as well please.

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    • Jbards

      Worked with both in the past. Didn’t see too much difference from the mainstream companies. Most companies usually have some sort of complimentary deal for you to try their product. Order from a couple. See which one you like better.

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