Their removal is possible and safe, if the professional holds the component with its respective extracting wrench. All that is needed is to perform torsion and traction movements simultaneously (around 30N are enough for nulling the Morse Taper effect). It is important to assess the presence of para-functions (such as bruxism). In those cases, the occlusion needs to be adjusted according to the basic premises that generate them (freedom of excursive movements and selective touch during de-occlusion guides). There is no possibility of the component to loosen up during mastication, since the compressive direction favors even more the bracing of the components.