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  1. Oro Autoclave Impression Tray Assorted
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  4. GDC Edentulous Perforated Impression Trays Lower # 2 (ITRLEDPL2)
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  11. Denmax Bite Registration Tray

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    Made up of plastic frames
    Can be used on either side
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  14. Ortho Tech Duralock Plus Plastic Impression Trays (1 Pair)

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  16. LD Large Half Trays For Quadarant (LD-062) LD Large Half Trays For Quadarant (LD-062)
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  17. API Instrument Cassettes - Autoclavable
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DENTAL IMPRESSION TRAYS:

An impression tray in dentistry, is a device that is used to carry, confine and control the impression material while making the dental impression. Dental impressions are made for the fabrication of appliances, prostheses and for use as a diagnostic or study model. These dental instruments aid the dentist in making impressions of the dental arches.

 

What are the parts of an impression tray?

Generally, impression trays have the following parts: 

  • Body:
    • Flanges
    • Floor

 

  • Handle

 

The upper and lower arch impression trays are indicated for impressions in the respective dental arches. The maxillary impression tray has a palatal portion called the vault and the mandibular impression tray consists of lingual flanges and a space for the tongue. The handle of the impression tray is an extension from the union of the labial flange and the floor of the tray. It is present in the midline of the tray. The handle of the impression tray is “L” shaped, which reduces the interference with the lip during impression making procedures.

 

What are the different types of impression trays?

Impression trays can be classified based on different factors such as the tray material, presence of perforations, dentulous or edentulous arches, the arch intended for use and whether they are prefabricated or custom made.

 

Based on the presence or absence of teeth: 

Dentulous Impression Trays: 

Stock trays for dentulous patients are generally square shaped. Dentulous trays can be distinguished from edentulous trays by their long flanges, and a wide and flat floor.

 

Edentulous Impression Trays: 

Edentulous stock trays are oval in shape. They have short flanges and have a narrow floor.

 

Based on the presence of perforations: 

Perforated Impression Trays: 

Stainless steel impression trays with perforations are the most popular type of dental impression trays. Retention of the impression material is assured by the holes over the surface of the tray. The rim on the back edge of the tray stops any of the impression material from escaping it, thereby preventing the unpleasant experience of excess impression material entering the oropharynx. 

 

Non-Perforated Impression Trays: 

Non-perforated dental trays are indicated in impression procedures involving the use of impression materials such as impression compound. These trays are most commonly employed in edentulous patients.

 

The other classifications of impression trays include prefabricated trays, custom trays (special tray), metal tray, plastic tray, maxillary and mandibular trays and triple trays.

 

What are the brands selling dental impression tray online in India?

Capri, GDC, Dispodent, Ortho Tech, IDS Denmed, Cat, Astek, Top Dent, GC, Neelkanth, Green Guava, Angelus, Densafe, Hager and Oro are some of the brands that sell dental impression trays online at PinkBlue.in.

 

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Endomotors have been improved over the years resulting in 4 generations of endodontic motors for use in root canal therapy. 1st generation endomotors - without torque control 2nd generation endomotors - with torque limiter 3rd generation endomotors - with simple torque control 4th generation endomotors - with apex locator and torque control The first description of rotary instrument use in endodontics was done by Oltramare in the year 1889. The first endodontic handpiece was developed by William. H. Rollins, to aid in automated preparation of the root canal. Specially designed needles were used by Rollins, which were mounted into the dental handpiece with a 360-degree rotation. The speed of the instrument was limited to 100 rpm to avoid fractures of the rotary instrument.

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