Wax casting model dental laboratory
To process a dental lab model, the dental technician first uses the dental surveyor to analyze the model and determine the correct placement and alignment of the dental restorations. Then, using the electric wax carver, they carve the wax patterns for the restorations. Once the wax patterns are complete, they are used to create a mold, which is then used to cast the final restorations in metal or ceramic. Finally, the restorations are finished and polished before being sent back to the dentist for placement in the patient’s mouth.
The dental surveyor is a device that allows the dental technician to accurately measure and analyze the dental model. It consists of a base with an adjustable arm that holds the dental model in place, as well as a set of precision instruments that are used to take measurements and make adjustments to the model. The dental technician uses the surveyor to determine the correct placement and alignment of dental restorations, such as crowns and bridges, before they are fabricated.
|Packing size:||33 x 25x 12cm|
|Accessories:||7 pcs spindles|
- electric wax carver
The electric wax carver is a tool that is used to shape and carve wax patterns for dental restorations. It has a small electric motor that drives a variety of cutting and shaping tools, which are used to carve the wax into the desired shape. The dental technician uses the electric wax carver to create the wax patterns that will be used to cast the final restoration.
|Temp Selection:||50-200℃ (122-392°F)|
With our customs electric wax carver and dental surveyor kit for wax casting, you can create beautiful and functional dental restorations with ease and confidence.