Bite Registration Wax

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    Specialized wax used to check occlusal relationships in patient bites. Ideal for maintaining accurate occlusion records. Resists distortion and deformation.







    Sheets can be cut and molded into desired shapes as needed.

    Dimensions: 6” (15.24 cm) x 3” (7.62 cm). Packaged 1 lb (454 g)/box

     

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    Bite Registration Wax Sheets: Beauty Pink

    BITE REGISTRATION WAX SHEETS: This wax is used for extremely accurate impressions and bites. Excellent for recording the maxillary mandibular relation, corrective impression, and bite registration. Sheet size: 6” X 3” (15.2cm X 7.6cm).

    BEAUTY PINK COLOR: similar to fleshy gum tissue inside the mouth.

    EXTRA HARD WAX: Contains a lot of resin and is almost as hard as plastic. 입 온도에서는 단단하지만 균열이나 찢어지지 않고 더 높은 온도에서 성형 할 수 있습니다.

    DIRECTIONS: Soften in hot water in order for the wax to be heated throughout the sheet.

    PACKAGING:6” X 3” (15.2cm X 7.6cm)  sheets sold in 1 lb and 5 lbs boxes

     

    Expert Bite Registration Wax Sheets

    BITE REGISTRATION WAX SHEETS: Specially formulated to check for premature occlusion and as an articulating medium. This wax is used for extremely accurate impressions and bites. Excellent for recording the maxillary mandibular relation and bite registration. Sheet size: 6” X 3” (15.2cm X 7.6cm).

    RED COLOR: Deep Red color.

    EXTRA HARD WAX: Contains a lot of resin and is almost as hard as plastic. 입 온도에서는 단단하지만 균열이나 찢어지지 않고 더 높은 온도에서 성형 할 수 있습니다.

    DIRECTIONS: Soften in hot water in order for the wax to be heated throughout the sheet.

    PACKAGING:6” X 3” (15.2cm X 7.6cm)  sheets sold in 1 lb and 5 lbs boxes.

      

    Bite Wax Sheets: Yellow

    BITE REGISTRATION WAX SHEETS: This wax is used for extremely accurate impressions and bites. Excellent for recording the maxillary mandibular relation and bite registration. Sheet size: 6” X 3” (15.2cm X 7.6cm).

    MEDIUM HARDNESS WAX: Wax is medium hard at mouth temperature but able to be molded at higher temperatures without cracking or tearing.

    DIRECTIONS: Soften in hot water in order for the wax to be heated throughout the sheet.

     

    Bite Registration Wax Sheets: Thick Blue

    BITE REGISTRATION WAX SHEETS: Specialized wax used to check occlusal relationships in patient bites. Ideal for maintaining accurate occlusion records. Resists distortion and deformation. This wax is used for extremely accurate impressions and bites. Excellent for recording the maxillary mandibular relation and bite registration.

    BLUE COLOR: Sky blue.

    MEDIUM HARDNESS WAX: Wax is medium hard at mouth temperature but able to be molded at higher temperatures without cracking or tearing.

    DIRECTIONS: Soften in hot water in order for the wax to be heated throughout the sheet.

    COMES IN 2 FORMS: Sheets, Can be cut and molded into desired shapes as needed. Sheet size: 6” X 3” (15.2cm X 7.6cm). Packaged 1 lb (454 g)/box. Wafers: Packaged 25 per box. Size: 2 ⅝ wide x 1 ½ inch high x ¼ inch thick (6.35 cm wide x 3.81 cm high x .635 mm thick).

















    Bite Registration Wax

    Carmel Bite Registration Wax Sheets are used for accurate impressions and bites, and resists distortion and deformation. Available in sheets that can be cut and molded into desired shapes.

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    How to Register Central Occlusion (CO)

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    1.) Take the previously plasticized wax from the thermal bath 53ºC (127.4ºF) and mold it with your fingers to the surface of the upper teeth, just enough to keep it in position.

    2.) Ask the patient to close down tightly until the teeth surfaces are felt to be in contact. Cool the wax with the air syringe.

    3.) Before the wax completely hardens, remove it from the mouth and trim it with scissors. Trim everything that exceeds in the lateral and posterior sections.

    4.) Put the wax back in the mouth and verify that the patient bites down the same as they would without the wax.

    5.) Cool the wax with an air syringe. Remove it and leave it in the rubber cup with cold (refrigerated) water.

    6.) Put the hardened wax back into the mouth and repeat step 4. This last extra step is important since we have been able to verify that of all the steps involved in assembling models, the one in which the most errors are made is in the CO register. Finally, store the wax in a safe place, as it will later be used to measure the discrepancy between CO and RC, through a procedure known as MCD (Measures Condyle Displacement). This allows the condylar position to be recorded at the time the teeth are in maximum intercuspation.

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    The possible solutions to this problem include:

    A) Place the wax on the upper plaster model and use a scalpel to scrape away the parts that contact the palate. Note that if there is a lot of wax to shave off, the register could thin excessively, and can fracture.

    B) Repeat the registration with new wax while taking care to heat only the edges where the indentations will be made in the thermal bath. The tongue's influence diminishes as the central portion becomes rigid.

    C) Finally, we advise not to mention the tongue to the patient. In some cases, by trying to cooperate, they will move their tongue even more, distorting our register.

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