The OCP abutment, which is available in two different gingival heights, is screwed onto the implant once and shapes the tissue during the healing process. The abutment is temporarily provided with a healing cap and this is followed by impression taking with the impression coping and a prefabricated pick-up tray. The impression coping, which can also be used as a CAD Positioner, acts as a bridge to digital CAD/CAM restorations. The datasets can be downloaded in 3shape*, Exocad* formats from www.bego.com.
For conventional processing, two burn-out plastic caps (with and without anti-rotation mechanism) are supplied that are used for preparing restorations for crowns and bridges.