Dentistry and Prosthetics

Commom questions
How do double impression trays work?

They simultaneously mold the upper and lower arches, also performing bite registration.

Which molding material is suitable for use with MOLDEX?

The recommended materials are addition-cure and condensation silicones.

How is the casting of the plaster done to obtain the model?

The model must be cast first, alongside the preparations. Wait for the plaster to set and, soon afterward, the opposite side is cast.

What type of articulator can be used with this type of impression tray?

The models can be affixed to simple articulators, of the hinge type.

Can MOLDEX be reused?

Moldex is a disposable impression tray and cannot be reused.

What is the main advantage of a partial impression tray?

Partial molding trays are more comfortable for the patient, because they do not leave molding material in contact with the soft palate.

What are the available models of MOLDEX?

Moldex offers a partial model for the anterior region (single size), and a posterior partial model (in two sizes, small and large).

Moldex

Simultaneous impressions (superior and inferior).

Description

Disposable partial trays for double impression and bite registration.

Recommendation

To take simultaneous impression of upper and lower partial arches and bite registration.

Characteristics
  • Partial tray
  • Retentive rims
  • Double tray
  • Simultaneous impression
  • Disposable
Benefits
  • More confortable to patients
  • Provides retention for impression material
  • Simultaneous impression
  • Saves time
  • Less risk of cross contamination
Presentation
  • Ref. 250 - Moldex Assorted: 12 units - 4 anterior and 8 posterior (4L and 4S)
  • Ref. 251 - Moldex Anterior: 12 units
  • Ref. 252 - Moldex Posterior: 12 units (6L and 6L)

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