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G.20-G.21-G.23 Attachments

rigid attachments

The extracoronal dental attachment international Grifo, is available in three different versions:
- G.21 MICRO
is widely used and is intended to retain the removable denture to the remaining teeth.
It also allows you to solve any problem of space.
Easy to apply, it is made up of four main elements (female, male, pin and sheath) easily interchangeable removing the pin placed laterally to the sheath.
The particular cylindrical shape of the joint offers an extended contact surface giving a greater retention force and friction and gives a special ease of insertion.
Modern technology, using highly qualified materials, grants the best retention of the attachment over time.

Grifo attachments G.20-G.21-G.23 can be provided also with adjustable patrix allowing a more precise activation.

Technical features 



Five materials: resin alloy, ceramic alloy, ceramic alloy suitable to be cast on, stainless stell, non residual burn-out plastic

• Universal for all patrix versions 

• Three components: male, sheath and pin 

• Three different dimensions:  G.20 SUPER MICRO ,
  G.21 MICRO  and G.23 STANDARD

• Two materials: preciuos alloy and stainless steel

• Two inclinations: 90°  and  107°

• Two versions: standard and adjustable

             female                               male                                       pin                                        sheath

  1. Wax the female to the crown using the proper paralleling mandrel in axis with the alveolar ridge, leaving sufficient space for the papilla (Fig. 1)
  2. Investing the crown with the soldering female.
  3. Assemble the complete attachment (patrix with the female (Fig. 2)
  4. Go on with the surveying and the casting.
  5. Fix the sheath to the framework with resin (Fig. 3)
  6. Remove the male.
  7. Investing for the soldering.
  8. Insert the framework on the model and mount teeth on saddles (Fig. 4)
  9. Before the duplicating, remove the male, insert the pin and fill the sheath of plaster or silicon to prevent the infiltration of the resin.
  10. Procede with the finishing of the prosthesis.
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