Dentistry and Prosthetics
It is an escape area for the impression material located in the palate region, which prevents the impression material from flowing through the oropharyngeal region, avoiding discomfort for the patient during the impression procedure.What is the advantage of the autoclavable plastic tray compared to metallic trays?
Plastic trays can be perforated and adapted in procedures such as open impressions in implant dentistry.How is the tray cut when required?
The cut can be performed with burs in high or low rotation. The same burs used for cutting acrylic resin.Can the tray be sterilized in an oven?
No. Sterilization should be done only in autoclaves, respecting the temperature limit of 249.8º F degrees.Can the partial posterior tray be used for both sides?
Yes. Its moving handle allows the tray to be used in all upper and lower quadrants.
Full impressions of the upper and lower arches. Implants impressions.Characteristics
- Special configuration of the palatal area
- Base with cuttings
- Additional perforations in the vestibular area
- Supports on the tray´s back
- Translucent colors
- Anatomical handle
- Reference Number on handle
- Universal partial model
- Does not cause nausea on the patient
- Easier cut for individualization of trays in case of implants
- High retentivity of impression materials
- Allows greater leakage stability of the model
- Best view for cut marking
- Greater safety when removing the tray
- Better identification of size for dentist and assistant
- Doesn't deform during impression
- Biosafety Guarantee
- Can be used in all quadrants with a single model
- Ref. 210 - Autoclavable Tray 8 trays - 3 superior (S1, S2, 34) and 3 inferior (I1, I2, I3) 2 partial trays (ant and post) Assorted colors (blue, yellow, orange)
- Ref. 218 - Autoclavable Tray 1 partial anterior tray and 1 partial universal tray
- Ref. 220 - Autoclavable Tray 2 trays (S1, I1)
- Ref. 221 - Autoclavable Tray 2 trays (S2, I2)
- Ref. 222 - Autoclavable Tray 2 trays (S3, I3)