Tray Dentistry

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Model Number – NH-04912

Brand – Niche Healthcare

Trays are commonly used in dental settings, including dental clinics and offices, to organize and hold instruments and materials needed for various dental procedures.


Tray Dentistry
Dental impression tray is made of stainless steel inside and plastic coating outside. Dental impression tray can withstand high temperature and high pressure disinfection of 134℃. Plastic-steel dental instruments with special impression materials tapping hole can prevent demoulding. The surface is smooth, no burr. The handle has number.

Trays are commonly used in dental settings, including dental clinics and offices, to organize and hold instruments and materials needed for various dental procedures. Here’s how trays are typically used in dentistry:

  1. Procedure Organization: Dental trays are used to organize and arrange the necessary instruments and materials for specific dental procedures. They help dental professionals maintain an organized and efficient workspace.

  2. Infection Control: Trays play a role in infection control by providing a designated area to place sterilized instruments and materials. This helps prevent cross-contamination and ensures aseptic conditions during dental treatments.

  3. Treatment Setup: Before a dental procedure, dental assistants or hygienists prepare trays with the instruments and materials required for the specific treatment. This includes items such as dental mirrors, explorers, scalers, and other instruments.

  4. Sterilization: After use, dental instruments can be placed on trays and then sterilized to ensure that they are safe for reuse. The use of trays helps streamline the sterilization process in the dental practice.

  5. Impression Taking: Trays are commonly used in procedures involving the taking of dental impressions. These impressions are used for various purposes, including the creation of dental prosthetics or diagnostic models.

  6. Orthodontic Procedures: Trays are utilized in orthodontic treatments, especially when applying bonding materials or taking impressions for the fabrication of orthodontic appliances.

  7. Surgical Procedures: In oral surgery, trays may be used to organize instruments and materials required for procedures such as tooth extractions, implant placements, or other surgical interventions.

  8. Restorative Dentistry: Trays are employed in restorative dentistry procedures such as dental fillings or crown placements. They help organize and present the necessary materials for the dentist to complete the restoration efficiently.

It’s important to note that while trays are integral in dental clinics, hospitals may have specialized dental departments or dental clinics within them where dental procedures are performed. In a broader hospital setting, dental professionals may also be involved in treating patients with oral and maxillofacial conditions, providing dental consultations for hospitalized patients, or collaborating with other healthcare professionals for comprehensive patient care. The specific use of trays in dental procedures within a hospital would depend on the nature and scope of dental services offered in that hospital.

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