Impression
Components

The B. & B. Dental range includes impression components for carrying out either the closed tray technique or the open tray technique.

Impression Components

CLOSED TRAY
TECHNIQUE

This procedure involves taking an impression with a standard impression tray with two different transfers that are included in the same analog, Ref. INN-00585.

Pull-off transfer guarantees quick and easy and impression taking for each patient. It is intended for single use and made from plastic.Once the impression tray is removed, pull-off transfer remains inside the solid elastomeric impression material.

Facility transfer ensures optimal fit and precise impression taking for cases of significant disparallelism. It comprises 3 elements: metal transfer, prosthetic screw, and plastic cap.

Once the impression tray is removed, only the plastic cap remains inside the solid elastomeric impression material. The metal transfer must then be taken out and attached to the analog by the technician using the prosthetic screw. Finally, it must be correctly repositioned inside the impression model.

OPEN TRAY
TECHNIQUE

This procedure involves taking an impression with a customized micro-perforated impression tray. It guarantees optimal fit of the components and precise impression taking, defining the exact intraoral position.

 Pick-up transfer comprises 2 elements: short transfer screw, and metal transfer. A long transfer screw is also available, sold separately and individually as required. It is combined with the analog, Ref. INN-00585.

The open tray technique is conducted using a pick-up transfer, which has to be correctly positioned and fixed on the implant. Once the customized impression tray has been prepared, you proceed with impression taking. Only when the material is solid can the screw be loosened and the impression tray removed. The Pick-up transfer remains inside the material and the analog is positioned and fixed using the transfer screw.

Note

The choice of technique depends on professional preference and the clinical situation.

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