- The JC Try-In is a digitally designed and printed flipper, for lack of a better description, that is used to confirm the patient’s bite.
- When JC Try-In is used:
- When a closed bite requires opening for the procedure, usually more than the 3 mm’s recommended limitation of the articulator
- When patients present with few or no centric stops when the vertical needs to be determined and confirmed
- When the bite confirmation is needed, as well as a scan appliances – can be for both
- Records needed:
- Master casts, PVS or digital impressions and a bite registration
- Retracted photographs of the patient biting in centric, left, right, and straight on
- How to use:
- Seat the JC Try-In(s).
- Adjust as needed for full seating.
- Equilibrate until the bite is perfect.
- Then capture a new bite and return the case to ROE.
- We will re-articulate and move forward with this new position.
The JC Try-in
ROE offers a versatile selection of full-arch prosthetics. Learn about our Ultra Nano range of prosthetics (with substructure options), as well as our range of TLZ-IB prosthetics. We even offer patients a unique guard to help protect their full arch investment.
Review our Full Arch Fixed Offerings
|FP1||Fixed prosthesis||Replaces only the clinical crown; looks like a natural tooth.|
|FP2||Fixed prosthesis||Replaces the crown and a portion of the root; crown contour appears normal in the occlusal half but is elongated or hypercontoured in the gingival half.|
|FP3||Fixed prosthesis||Replaces missing crowns and gingival color and portion of the edentulous site; prosthesis most often uses denture teeth and acrylic gingiva, but maybe porcelain to metal, or zirconia.|
|RP4||Removable prosthesis||Overdenture that is completely implant-supported, no soft tissue support.|
|RP5||Removable prosthesis||Overdenture supported by both soft tissue (primary) and implant (secondary). The primary stress-bearing areas are maintained in the prosthesis (maxilla—residual ridge and horizontal palate; mandible— the line should not begin with a dash. Please move the elements on the last two lines to ensure this doesn’t happen. buccal shelf)|
From Misch CE. Bone classiﬁcation training keys. Dent Today. 1989;8:39-44.