While most prosthodontists would agree that open-tray implant impressions are more stable and accurate than closed-tray impressions, open-tray impressions can be complex. Traditionally, taking an open-tray impression required either fabricating a custom tray or grinding a hole in a plastic tray for the coping to stick through. Both methods are costly and time-consuming. With the WindowTray from Paradise Dental Technologies (PDT) Inc., a quick flick of a screwdriver gives you a nice metal impression tray with a window in the perfect spot for your implant impression.
Watch the video above to see a demonstration!
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