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    Hi guys what do you do in pick up coping impressions

    Discussion in 'Fixed' started by PinAn, Oct 7, 2016.

    1. PinAn

      PinAn Member Full Member

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      Hi guys,
      When my dentist use the pick up coping impressions,
      I only can use GC patten resin to deal the abutment part
      Can you share that how do you do this type case?
      Thank you
       
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      CatamountRob Banned Member Full Member

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      I do the same. Pattern resin and some sort of metal pin for retention. You can get away with using stone with a metal pin on larger copings sometimes but resin is more certain. I use the red seperator that you use with Duralay.
       
    3. gallagerdental

      gallagerdental Active Member Full Member

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      Same as CatamountRob except I put thin film of baseplate wax on inside crown(s), score wax then use clear ortho acrylic with a paneling nail.


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      sidesh0wb0b Well-Known Member Full Member

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      pattern resin with a bit of Vaseline before dropping it in...and the brass pins as pictured
       
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    5. JSnyder85

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      we use temp material w/ a dowel pin.
      way faster than using duralay material.
       

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