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Dental Prosthesis Equipment Esthetic Resto-Ration Instrument Set For Non-Sticky Resin Filling
Dental prosthesis equipment refers to the tools, instruments, and devices used in the fabrication, placement, and maintenance of dental prostheses, which are artificial replacements for missing teeth or oral structures. These prostheses can include dentures, dental implants, dental bridges, and other dental restorations.It's important to note that the field of dental prosthesis equipment is constantly evolving, with new technologies and instruments being developed to improve accuracy, efficiency, and patient outcomes. Dentists and dental technicians stay updated with the latest advancements to provide the best possible dental prostheses for their patients.
1.Dental Articulator: A dental articulator is a mechanical device that simulates the movement and positioning of the jaws. It is used to mount dental models and create accurate dental restorations, such as dentures or crowns, that fit properly within the patient's mouth.
2.Dental Impression Materials: These materials are used to take accurate impressions of a patient's oral tissues, teeth, and surrounding structures. Common types of impression materials include alginate, polyvinyl siloxane (PVS), and polyether.
3.Dental Lab Instruments: Dental technicians in dental laboratories use various instruments to fabricate dental prostheses. These instruments include waxing instruments, carving tools, spatulas, dental lathes, and polishing devices.
4.Dental CAD/CAM Systems: Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) systems are used to digitally design and manufacture dental prostheses with precision. These systems include scanners to capture digital impressions, software for designing the prostheses, and milling machines or 3D printers to fabricate the restorations.
5.Dental Curing Lights: Curing lights emit a specific wavelength of light, typically blue light, to activate and cure dental materials such as composites, bonding agents, or dental adhesives. They are essential for ensuring proper bonding and hardening of dental restorations.
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