indirect dental restorative process.

Creation of an ideally prepared tooth and its detail being “captured” in a master impression are critical steps in the indirect dental restorative process.
All can be for naught if a meticulous delivery technique is not followed.

Most indirect definitive restorations are crafted with precision on carefully trimmed dies machined with pin placement to align the preparations on the cast in the exact position relative to one another as they appear in the patient’s cavity.