Goal of impression
You want aesthetic, perfectly fitting restorations without corrections. You want to be satisfied with the results of your work at all times. Than impression technique is very important in your clinic.
Digital vs manual impression
Since it still takes long time with intra oral scanning, we still take sometimes manually impressions. But than it’s important to have a lab scan with impression scanning. You still gain the precision of the digital workflow.
For the antagonist jaw only
Peeler -, light flow
Conventional prosthodontics, light flow
Rebasing prosthesis, medium flow
For all implant impression
The perfect solution for every requirement
No matter how precisely dental prosthetics are made. They also have to integrate in the three-dimensional spatial relationship between the maxilla and mandible. By determining the occlusion, our bite registration materials based on addition-curing silicones contribute to the fabrication of perfectly fitting dental prosthetics. Their diverse uses in prosthetics, conservative dentistry, implantology and orthodontics are examples of their broad spectrum of applications – from the standard bite registration situation through to special indications.
– Gray wax
For most of the cases with fixed prosthodontics. Still going fast and best accurate.
– Flextime bite
For movable prosthodontics. Or wax test for big cases.
Flexitime® Bite – modern bite registration
Flexitime Bite is a scannable bite registration material that is suitable for both universal bite registration and also for powder-free optical data recording in CAD/CAM technology.
We have to go back and refresh our knowledge and start to use more facebow in the clinic. This is due to the zirconia as a very hard material and the unpredictable articulation in the digital manufacturing.
We don’t have any tolerance to make any mistake in occlusion and articulation anymore. You could adjust in chair side before, but today the patients are more awake don’t accept it so easy.
– Artex facebow
Anatomically correct fixation of the cranial-axis relationship in just 2 minutes
Artex facebow, transfer jig and articulator form a single communication unit. Dentists determine the cranium-axis position of the maxilla using the Artex facebow. This anatomically important parameter is quickly and precisely fixed in position on the transfer jig. This secures it for transport from the practice to the laboratory where the models are mounted patient analogous in the Artex articulator.
-Cranium/axis relation determined in corresponding to the patient‘s anatomy in just two minutes
-Quick and secure the 3-D universal joint
-Cranium-axis oriented transfer of maxillary model to the articulator transfers the real jaw position precisely to the articulator and consequently reduces grinding time at the chairside
-Reliable reproducibility of arbitrary axis position using cushioned Leipzig Nasion