Perforated impression trays are a type of dental instrument that is used to take an impression or mould of a patient’s teeth and gums.
Some of the features of perforated impression trays may include
- Material Perforated impression trays are typically made of a rigid material such as plastic or metal to provide stability and support during the impression-taking process.
- Perforations or holes The tray will have multiple perforations or holes to allow the impression material to flow through and capture an accurate impression of the teeth and gums. The perforations can be of various sizes, shapes, and configurations to suit different types of impression materials and techniques.
- Size and shape The tray comes in a variety of sizes and shapes to fit different patients’ mouths. The size and shape of the tray will depend on the area of the mouth being imprinted and the size of the patient’s mouth.
- Handles The tray may have handles or other features that make it easier for the dentist or dental assistant to handle and place the tray in the patient’s mouth.
- Compatibility The tray will be compatible with the type of impression material being used, whether it’s a traditional alginate material or a more advanced silicone material.
Serializability The tray is designed to be sterilizable and reusable. It can be cleaned and disinfected after each use to ensure it is safe for the next patient.
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