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Locking Pin Easy-Snap E
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Practical Tip:
A milled lingual arm rest shelf with a mesial groove is required when doing combination fixed removable cases.
Popular dental cements can be used to bond-in the Locking Pin such as: Parapost Cement (Coltene), Rely-X (3M ESPE) and Panavia.
 

Overview

 


 Locking Pin Snap in Open position.


Locking Pin Snap in Closed position.

 


Improved stability of the lock axles and free movement.

 

The Locking Pin Easy-Snap E is used for removable dentures (free-end saddles, partial dentures, telescopic and conical crowns or implant-supported dentures) featuring rigid retention to the teeth.

 
The soft, snap ring supported guidance results in a soft snap of the locking pin during locking in the open or closed position. The snap informs the patient that the lock is completely open and the denture can be removed.


 

Easy-Snap E

Locking Pin Snap Information Sheet
 

Locking Pin Easy-Snap E

For bonding in metal and resin.

 

 
     
1 Plunger Plus 2 Rings
#4400N659 $59.00
Waxing Pin - 1 piece
#44000656 $26.00 
Insertion Pin



Locking Pin Snap E Insertion Pin
#4400N662   $26.00   
FGP Insulating Liquid Locking Pin Easy Snap Ring Locking Pin Easy Snap Ring
     

1 Unit
#54001027 $59.00  
10 pcs
#4400N663 $26.55
4 pcs
#S4N663 $11.50

Pikuplast Resin HP

Wax Bar 1.6 x 8 mm

Milling and Drilling Oil

100ml kit
#54000218 $235.00
2 Pieces
#SW2650      $14.00
 
20ml bottle
#55000008 $31.35
 

DTK Adhesive Kit
#54001185

$148.15

   
   

Tools

Diatit Multidrill

Rapid Microbur

Diatit Centering Drill

1 Pieces 1.5 mm
#33000730 $48.50
2 Pieces
#H001NH21 $29.50
1 Pieces
#33000660 $43.00
     
     
     

Instructions

     
 

 Locking Pin Snap System Instructions

A small dimple is prepared with the Diatit Center Drill (#330 006 60) to determine the position of the drill hole. The dimple will center the drill and keep it in position.
 
 
The hole is drilled with the 1.5mm Diatit Multidrill (#330 007 30). The dimple is used to guide the drill into position.
 
The waxing pins are inserted into the holes to check for proper positioning.
 
Gross undercuts are relieved using wax and is carved in a parallel manner.
 
Waxing pins are reinserted into the holes and the bar and pins are lightly coated with petroleum jelly.
 
Pi-Ku-Plast is applied over the blocked out bar and waxing pins.
 
After setting, the Pi-Ku-Plast pattern is gently lifted off and slightly adjusted with the use of burs or rubber wheels.
 
After adjusting, and removal of attachment components, the pattern is placed over the bar to check the fit. It is recommended at this time to add some mechanical retentions such as wax mesh, flat side up.
 
Additionally, some retentive �tails� can also be added. The pattern is lifted off, sprued, and invested.
 
The casting is devested and carefully fit over the bar. It should have a frictive fit without the attachments in place.
 
Once the overcasting is seated, the hole in the bar should be clearly visible through the housing created by the Pi-Ku-Plast around the Waxing Pin
 
Ropak UV opaquer (#520 001 64 & 520 001 65) is used to mask out the metals color.
 
Denture teeth are arranged in a typical manner.
 
The denture is waxed.
 
Acrylic processing is carried out in the usual manner and bonding in of the locking pin is done after finishing and polishing of the prosthesis.
 
A light coat of petroleum jelly is added to the non-bonding elements of the attachment.
 
Bonding cement is mixed and applied into the cylindrical metal housings.
 
The locking pin is then inserted into the chrome cobalt framework.
 
After the bonding cement has set, the locking pin attachments are checked for accurate fit and function.
 
Tissue side view of the locking pin cylinder in the closed position.
 
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