Dukal Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays


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Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays FAQs

What is a working cast in dentistry?

Working casts in dentistry are 3-dimensional replicas of the prepared teeth in which the restorations are manufactured. Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays are an important part of making molds to begin tooth restorations.

What are the different impression trays?

  • If looking for alternative impression trays to Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays, here’s a list of different impression trays that can be used by dentists:
  • Edentulous metal perforated impression trays
  • Edentulous plastic perforated impression trays
  • Dentate metal perforated impression trays
  • Dentate plastic perforated impression trays
  • Universal sectional impression trays
  • Custom (special) trays
  • Triple tray®

What are the three types of impression trays?

Dental impression trays come in metal, plastic, and disposable styrofoam. Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays is one of the many great options available.

What are the 3 types of dental impressions?

The primary types of dental impressions are preliminary, final, and bite registration (what Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays are used for).

What is a bite registration in dentistry?

In dentistry, bite registration is the impression a patient’s teeth make when biting. Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays help capture the impression of the upper and lower teeth to make crowns, dentures, and mouth guards.

What are Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays used for in dentistry?

Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays are used by dentists to view the relationship between the upper and lower teeth – to see how your teeth fit together when you bite down. This information allows them to make bridges and crowns, as well as fix your bite.

Why is it called a triple tray?

The name “Triple Tray” comes from the combination of two and three-quadrant trays that made up the continuous arch of the previously dubbed “Dual Arch Trays.” Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays is a great option for gathering dental bite impressions.

Which type of wax is used for bite registrations?

There are a few varieties of wax and material that can be used for Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays and other bite registration tray molds. A popular example is high durometer polyvinyl siloxane materials (Blue Mousse and Quick Bite).

How do you use a Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays bite registration tray?

  • To use your Unipack Color-Brite Impression Trays, follow the steps below:
  • Mix the impression material (base + catalyst)
  • Place the impression material in the bite tray
  • Insert it into the patient’s mouth
  • Have them gently bite down
  • Let it sit for a few minutes
  • Remove the tray
  • Send the impression to the lab