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Element to Aid Cementation of Fixed Dental Prosthesis    

Developed to make the cementation secure and with better precision.

Overview

The technology was developed to make the cementation act more secure and with better precision. Its frustropiramidal design, presses and holds crowns and bridges balancing the mesial and distal pressures. This procedure really makes the difference and prevent any tilt during the cementation.

The traditional cotton roll doen't distributes well the mouth pressing, its straight shape makes the distal pressure bigger so prosthesis may be badly assembled or even break.

The technology is a very smart disposable aid that prevents the cost of a broken prosthesis. Every small clinic may have at least 5 issues like that during a single year.

Tested and recommended one of the biggest catalogs of dental items.

Easy to build and made to be a everyday help.

Primary Application of the Technology

Dental clinics, dental devices distributors

The Problem Solved by the Technology

This technology really fits with our human bite shape. Thanks to its frustropiramidal design mesial and distal pressures act equally providing a secure cementation with more precission and durability.

The cementation act could be critically important.
A single prosthesis rupture may cost like 300 USD and of course is paid by the dentist with no overprice at the patient bill. The patient issue will be the time until the dental technician builds another prosthesis.

How the Technology Solves the Problem

It's very easy, the correct shape comes in a foam material making the bite strong and perfectly distributed.

Competitive Advantage

The key lies in the proper distribution of pressures during the cementation act. This technology provides the easiest step to solve the problem that traditional cotton rolls provides. The way we bite doesn't fit with its straight shape, making distal pressure bigger than the mesial one. According to this you can have a tilt or even a rupture of the prosthesis. Also the material gives a great advance. Built in foam allows the patient to make a strong and perfectly balanced bite.

Patent Summary

U.S. Patent Classes & Classifications Covered in this listing:

Class 433: Dentistry

This class is a specific class under the broader class of Surgery and includes methods directed to or including specific dental steps, e.g., taking impressions of the teeth or gums, adapting a plate or model to a particular mouth formation, mounting teeth on a plate in a particular way, etc.; apparatus, implements, and devices relating to the treatment of teeth or gums, or the replacement of teeth.

Subclass 136: Having absorption means or means to isolate tooth or mouth from adjacent area (e.g., bib, dam, etc.)
Subclass 140: Jaw, cheek, lip, or tongue positioner