By Tony Johnson, David G. Patrick, Christopher W. Stokes, David G. Wildgoose, Duncan J. Wood
Now on hand in a moment version, fundamentals of Dental expertise is a whole reference for the present ideas and fabrics utilized in dental expertise. * keeps the available, task-based technique and step by step counsel of the 1st variation * positive factors updates all through, in addition to a brand new bankruptcy on electronic dental know-how and an interactive pupil web site to aid self-assessment * Explains key advantage, thoughts, tools, and gear, and likewise introduces extra professional concepts and tactics, comparable to denture prosthetics, fastened prosthodontics, orthodontic paintings, and maxillofacial know-how * presents crucial details for trainee dental technicians and scholars studying approximately dental expertise, together with examine counsel and methods for operating successfully inside a dental group
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13. Wash the tray using soapy water and steam clean the model to remove any blocking out wax. indd 05/21/2015 Page 34 Hints and tips Custom trays made from light-cured materials can look unfinished even after extensive sandpapering. To improve the finished appearance: 1 3 1. Rub Vaseline into the surface of the finished tray until completely covered. 2. Light cure the tray in the light box. 3. Remove any excess Vaseline with boiling water. The surface finish will now be much improved. Alternatively, some manufacturers supply a finishing varnish to give the light-cured material a smooth, glossy finish.
Trim the excess to reveal the land area of the model. The base should extend to fill the entire sulcus, or to the extension indicated by the clinician. 3. The lower is constructed in the same way, ensuring that the material is bulky enough to resist fracture. 4. Cure the material in the light-curing box (cure both sides to ensure complete curing). 5. Remove the cured baseplates from the model. Trim any excess material or rough edges using a tungsten carbide bur, then sandpaper them smooth. 6. To aid retention of the wax rim, sticky wax may be added to the crest of the base (pass the Bunsen burner over the sticky wax to melt it just prior to placing the wax rim) or the surface may be roughened using a bur.
5. Add more of the plaster to the pile to cover the arm of the articulator. 6. Seat the mandibular model onto the pile of plaster and position so that the occlusal plane is level with the bench and the two models fit between the two arms of the articulator. 7. Place plaster of Paris on the top of the maxillary model and then close down the upper arm of the articulator onto the pile of plaster. 8. Place more plaster around the upper arm of the articulator until it is well covered. 9. The plaster of Paris can then be trimmed and tidied with a plaster knife.