The dental insure technique used in trimming a model after the model is carefully trimmed it is smoothed and polished the dental assistant place the upper and dental insure models together in bike
Position on a flat surface and line up with the wax or silicone bite the occlusion of the model should exactly match dental insure that of the bite impression an exact match ensures the study model.
correctly matches the patient’s occlusion for a smooth overall appearance the dental assistant needs to finish the model the model is soaked in soapy water for hours allowed to dry and then
buffed to a high gloss with a soft cloth when complete the assistant writes the patient’s name and date on the model with a model marker or on a stick-on label a well-trimmed model
conveys a professional attitude and reinforces to the patient that the office staff pays attention to every detail different dental practices have different methods and procedures if uncertain
the dental assistant should ask a supervisor it is now time for the dentist to perform an exam the dental assistant should bring to the attention of the dentist any changes in the patient’s
health history chair side assisting is one of the most important aspects of a dental assistants day familiarity with the names and purposes of the instruments and hand pieces allow the
procedure to occur efficiently and without unnecessary movement setups differ depending on the