How to fabricate a scan prosthesis for the Dual Scan procedure? (1 pages)

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How to fabricate a scan prosthesis for the

Dual Scan procedure?

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The scan prosthesis is an existing removable prosthesis or a radiolucent duplicate of the diagnostic tooth set-up with 8 Dual Scan
Markers integrated or glued onto the surface.
There are no special design specifications. Conventional radiolucent resin can be used to fabricate the scan prosthesis. Use only
Materialise Dental validated Dual Scan Markers, otherwise accurate scatter free images cannot be guaranteed.

Tip: When only a superficial cavity has been made and the Dual Scan Markers are glued onto the surface, they can easily be removed
after the scanning procedure.

Create eight small, superficial cavities – Some close
to the tooth-gingiva border, others close to the
outer border.

Insert the cartridge in the dispenser gun and install the
mix tip. Make sure the mix tip is locked properly.

Dispense an amount of radiolucent resin.

Use tweezers to grab a Dual Scan Marker from the
container.

Submerge the Dual Scan Marker in the resin and place
in one of the cavities.

If necessary, add some extra material and light cure to
reduce curing time. Repeat steps 4, 5 and 6 for all Dual
Scan Markers.

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