DENTI BONE LEVEL IMPRESSION TAKING
LABORATORY ACCESSORIES IMPRESSION TAKING
Transmitting the structure of implants to the specimen must be extremely precise. By using Denti® Implant Systems, taking a dental impression can be done with open or closed tray. The method of impression taking (open or closed tray) is dependent on the parallelism, number, and angulation of the implants as well. There are appropriate impression copings for both impression methods. Each element is color-coded according to the diameter of the implant.
A precise copy of the intraoral conditions can be made by the means of impression copings and labor analogues.
CLOSED TRAY IMPRESSION COPINGS CONICAL IMPRESSION COPING WITH CAP
The indirect, closed-tray impression technique is used when the placed implants show only a small degree of axis deviation (9 to 10° at most). This impression technique is primarily recommended for partial or subtotal tooth loss. An A-silicone or polyester impression material is recommended for obtaining the impression. Use a hard plastic factory or custom trays for obtaining the impression. If possible, use a one-stage or a simultaneous two-stage impression technique.
OPEN TRAY IMPRESSION COPINGS
Denti® laboratory components allow an impression to be taken from the fixture. The impression copings and the laboratory analogues ensure correct transfer of the situation to the model.