A custom impression tray made with the aid of an existing prosthesis: a clinical technique.

Abstract

Prostheses for patients with intraoral defects usually have complex contours. The replacement of a successful prosthesis is more readily accomplished with the aid of a custom impression tray that reproduces the contours of the existing prosthesis. In the technique presented, an irreversible hydrocolloid impression is made of the intaglio surface of the… (More)

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@article{Cain2001ACI, title={A custom impression tray made with the aid of an existing prosthesis: a clinical technique.}, author={Jerome R. Cain}, journal={The Journal of prosthetic dentistry}, year={2001}, volume={86 4}, pages={382-5} }