C2F (patent pending) is the CHROME philosophy of Small Hole Technology. This means delivering immediate prosthetics, during a CHROME surgery, with very small holes, rather than the typical industry-standard large holes. Small Hole Technology dramatically improves the performance of prosthetics and maintains the principal structure of the manufactured material.
C2F (Conversion to Final) – Small Hole Technology
Current industry standard
The new C2F standard
C2F is a very simple but technique sensitive process. The parts are ordered from ROE and will accompany the GuidedSMILE case. However, we highly recommend requesting our chairside service for the firsts case to teach doctor and staff the nuances of the systems. We offer training videos here on the page and a printable .pdf of the workflow. Still, an experienced tech should support you on the first case.
The 6 Steps of the C2F Conversion Process
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This assembly includes the C2F Analog, C2F MUA Head, Gold Screw, Temp Coping (Nobel and Nobel compatible MUA’s, Straumann, Keystone), and Blockout Rod. Doctors will need one C2F Assembly per implant site. For future cases, the doctors only need to repurchase the C2F analog.
This is the analog and MUA head only. If the doctor wants to purchase these two components to keep the model ready to add the prosthetic at any time. Otherwise, the MUA head can be used on multiple models/cases.
This analog must be purchased for every case, at a minimum. The analog is luted to the model and can be stored as the analog model only. The MUA head can be unscrewed from this model and used on other cases.
The C2F drill can be used multiple times. It is a carbide bur and durable. It is advised to purchase at least two.
This is the complete C2F Kit. This contains all of the parts necessary for each implant site, plus the drill.
The C2F model is designed to support the RAPID appliance for the model creation and to hold the C2F analogs to drill the small holes in the conversion prosthetic. It is designed to print, has holes for the analogs, and the pegs that mimic the Carrier Guide.