Work Smarter, Not Harder: Impression-Making Designed for Dentists
June 6, 2018
Impression delivery options can lead to poor body position, along with lack of stabilization and control.
For optimal impression-making, the delivery system must be fully under the control of the dentist to a very finite degree.
Over the course of their careers, clinicians may spend as many as 60,000 hours of improper body positions, impacting their work and safety.
Impression quality continues to be a challenge as the situations dentists encounter are seldom ideal. In addition, most delivery systems do not readily provide the precision required of the procedure. The clinical disadvantages of these systems have required compromise from clinicians, risking poor impression quality, lost productivity, and ergonomic strain.
New impression delivery systems include design features that improve ergonomics and control, resulting in a more accurate flow of wash material around the tooth prep. In addition, a completely redesigned impression material brings intraoral hydrophilicity and tear strength to deliver better-than-ever results.
Learn how these advances mean that you no longer need to compromise between wettability, tear strength, speed, and delivery options in your impression-making.