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The Printed Try-In

A ROE invention, the Printed Try-in is the perfect prototype when working toward a full arch monolithic, final restoration.  This tooth-colored appliance (with a pink gingiva option), gives the patient the test-drive prosthetic needed to confirm the final.

Designed generally from the iJIG, the RAPID Appliance, or sometimes a screw-down tooth set-up, Doctors will receive this appliance and follow the usage instructions below. With this approved prosthetic, ROE will fabricate the final restoration, or by request, for an additional full fee, fabricate another Printed Try-In.

With the full CHROME GuidedSMILE package, one Printed-Try-In prototype is included when ordering the full package. We know you’ll love this product for restoring full arch patients.

Clinical Steps:

  1. One-Screw Test – Seat the Printed Try-In placing one screw in the distal most implant on one side and ensure a passive, no-rock seat. Repeat on the other side. If there is rocking, remove a cylinder from the Printed Try-In and pick-up, or section the temp and lute, like a verification jig, until all sections are passive and there is no rock. If no rock is detected, go to next step.
  1. X-Ray is captured to ensure temp cylinders and abutments are engaged and fully seated
  1. Equilibrate & adjust thoroughly adjust until the bite is exact. Adjust for esthetic and functional satisfaction.
  1. Bite – if double arch, seat both appliances for the bite
  1. Include opposing model
  1. Photograph full smile / full face clearly showing what needs changed esthetically
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Find out about ROE’s new Printed Try-In. Made from a new resin material, requiring straightforward patient records, the new printed try-in presents patients with a strong, esthetic solution.

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The Printed Try-in is the perfect prototype when working toward a full arch monolithic, final restoration. This digitally-crafted, resin-printed, tooth-colored (with pink gingiva option) gives the patient the test-drive prosthetic needed to confirm the final.

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Product Comparison

Review our Full Arch Fixed Offerings

  • Application

    Application
  • Substructure

    Substructure
  • Materials

    Materials
  • Process

    Process
  • Prosthetic Design

    Prosthetic Design
  • Minimum Vertical space

    Minimum Vertical space
  • No. of Patient Visits

    No. of Patient Visits
  • Quality of Esthetics

    Quality of Esthetics
  • Wear

    Wear
  • Price

    Price
TLZ-IB
  • Application

    All patient types
  • Substructure

    Full Zirconia
  • Materials

    • Full zirconia
    • Miyo liquid porcelain
    • Ti cylinders
  • Process

    • Submit flask or duplicate prosthetic
    • Prototype Try-in
    • Final
  • Prosthetic Design

    FP3/FP2/FP1
  • Minimum Vertical space

    12mm
  • No. of Patient Visits

    3 to 6
  • Quality of Esthetics

    ★★★★★
  • Wear

    ★★★★★
  • Price

    $$$$
TLZ-IB
with Ti substructure
  • Application

    • Extra strength needed
    • Less than 9-10mm space
  • Substructure

    Titanium
  • Materials

    • Full zirconia
    • Miyo liquid porcelain
    • Titanium substructure
  • Process

    • Submit flask or duplicate prosthetic
    • Prototype Try-in
    • Final
  • Prosthetic Design

    FP3
  • Minimum Vertical space

    10mm
  • No. of Patient Visits

    3 to 6
  • Quality of Esthetics

    ★★★★
  • Wear

    ★★★★★
  • Price

    $$$$$
Ultra Nano
  • Application

    • All, except heavy bruxers
    • Light weight
  • Substructure

    Trilor or Titanium
  • Materials

    • Crystal Ultra teeth with Trilor Bar
    • Titanium cylinders
  • Process

    • Submit flask or duplicate prosthetic
    • Prototype Try-in
    • Final
  • Prosthetic Design

    FP3
  • Minimum Vertical space

    15mm
  • No. of Patient Visits

    3 to 6
  • Quality of Esthetics

    ★★★★★
  • Wear

    ★★★★
  • Price

    $$$$
Traditional Hybrid
  • Application

    • To match existing hybrid
    • Low bruxing clenching patients
  • Substructure

    Titanium Bar
  • Materials

    • Denture teeth
    • Processed acrylic
    • Titanium bar
  • Process

    • Custom Tray
    • Bite block fit jig
    • Set-up
    • Set-up on bar
    • Final
  • Prosthetic Design

    FP3
  • Minimum Vertical space

    17mm
  • No. of Patient Visits

    5 to 7
  • Quality of Esthetics

    ★★★★
  • Wear

    ★★★
  • Price

    $$$$

External Resources

Prosthodontic Classification

TypeFixed/RemovableDescription
FP1
Fixed prosthesisReplaces only the clinical crown; looks like a natural tooth.
FP2Fixed prosthesisReplaces 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.
FP3Fixed prosthesisReplaces 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.
RP4Removable prosthesisOverdenture that is completely implant-supported, no soft tissue support.
RP5Removable prosthesisOverdenture 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.

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