Orthodontic Bite Trays

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Model Number: NH-04812

Brand: Niche Healthcare

Bite trays, also known as impression trays, are dental devices used in various dental procedures to create accurate moulds or impressions of a patient’s teeth and surrounding oral structures.

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Bite Trays

Bite registration tray is made of strong, rigid material. Disposable impression bite registration tray can prevent the patient from cross infection. Dental impression bite registration tray is available in anterior, full arch, posterior, side less posterior and quadrant, five size are suitable to all people.

Bite trays, also known as impression trays, are dental devices used in various dental procedures to create accurate moulds or impressions of a patient’s teeth and surrounding oral structures. These impressions are essential for several purposes in dentistry. Here’s how bite trays are commonly used:

  • Impression Taking: The primary purpose of bite trays is to facilitate the process of taking impressions of a patient’s teeth. These impressions capture the detailed anatomy of the teeth, gums, and surrounding tissues. The resulting moulds are used for various dental procedures, including restorative dentistry, orthodontics, and prosthetics.
  • Restorative Dentistry: In restorative dentistry, such as the fabrication of crowns, bridges, and veneers, bite trays are used to create precise impressions of the prepared tooth or teeth. These impressions serve as a foundation for the dental laboratory to create custom restorations that fit accurately in the patient’s mouth.
  • Orthodontic Treatment: Orthodontists use bite trays to take impressions of a patient’s teeth before initiating orthodontic treatment. These impressions help in planning and fabricating orthodontic appliances, such as braces or aligners, to achieve proper tooth alignment.
  • Prosthetic Dentistry: For the creation of removable prosthetics like dentures or partial dentures, bite trays are used to capture the entire dental arch. This allows for the fabrication of prosthetic appliances that closely mimic the natural appearance and function of the patient’s teeth.
  • Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Assessments: In cases where a dentist or oral healthcare provider is assessing the temporomandibular joint and its relationship with the upper and lower teeth, bite trays may be used to record the patient’s bite or occlusion. This information is crucial for diagnosing and planning treatment for temporomandibular joint disorders.
  • Splint Fabrication: In the construction of various dental splints or appliances, such as bite splints for treating bruxism (teeth grinding) or occlusal splints for jaw alignment, bite trays are used to create accurate impressions for custom-fitted devices.
  • Treatment Planning: Accurate bite registrations obtained with bite trays aid dentists in treatment planning. They provide a detailed record of the patient’s occlusion (bite) and dental anatomy, allowing for precise and effective treatment.

Bite trays come in various sizes and designs to accommodate different dental arches and procedures. The type of material used for the trays can also vary, including disposable or reusable materials based on the specific requirements of the dental practice. Overall, bite trays play a crucial role in achieving accurate and detailed dental impressions, contributing to the success of various dental treatments and restorations.

 

 

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