A crown that is considered a good option for damaged, stained or poor quality teeth.
A dental impression is a negative imprint of hard (teeth) and soft tissues in the mouth from which a positive reproduction (cast or model) can be formed. It is made by placing an appropriate material in a stock or custom dental impression tray which is designed to roughly fit over the dental arches.
v Accurately reproduce the teeth, gums, and relationships between the upper and lower dental arches.
v Provide an inside-the-mouth view of how the teeth fit together that wouldn’t be achievable without sophisticated computer imaging hardware.
v Establish a point of reference to which future changes can be compared if needed.
v All repetitions and correction should be informed within 7 days and will be accepted only with fresh models along with initially supplied model
v Repetitions will be charged at 50% of the actual rate of the work and additional tax, if any.
v Patient cannot claim warranty in the pricelist will not have any warranty.
v We need 7 working days to complete a work except Friday and other holidays.
v Will be charge 10% extra. The fabrication time depends on prosthesis type and unit.
v We always prefer perfect rubber base impression. Don’t pour die stone type IV immediately to the rubber base impression. Pour only after 1 hour.
v Don’t allow the alginate impression to get dried. Pour die stone type IV immediately. If the model thus prepared is found defective (air bubble, broken stump etc.) discard it and take a new impression rather than trying to produce a second model from the old alginate impression.
v We need upper and lower full Die Stone IV models to check the occlusion correctly.
v Provide the bite registration in Silicone putty (not in wax), if necessary.
A night guard is meant to protect the teeth from clenching and grinding during sleep.
Is an excellent material choice for metal – free restorations because of its biocompatibility, strength, durability and beauty.
Is an orthodontic appliance for the upper teeth that is cemented in the mouth. It is attached to the molars