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Tissue Displacement Flash for Analog Impressions vs FLUSH for Digital Impression

With analog dental impressions, it is imparative to separate the gum tissue from tooth structure and to create a trough for flash for dye work. This is not the case with the intra-oral scanner by Medit.  All you need to do is displace the tissue so you have a clear line of site to the margins, and you just need to be flush. You don’t need flash like you do with stone work

replacing a crown with medit i500

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tissue and/or cord flush to margin for digital impressions
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