AD2 produces high precision, high quality dental articulators and other related dental equipment at affordable prices. This is a valuable service to dentists and orthodontists around the world that want to provide a higher level of care for their patients without charging more than the average patient can afford for these services.
Advance Dental was founded by an orthodontist who realized that some dentists were not able to afford dental articulators that would properly meet the needs of their patients.
Articulador dental from AD 2 is an affordable alternative to the pricier dental articulators available, but will not require you to sacrifice a quality instrument, all the accessories, or the precision and accuracy necessary for this type of equipment to be effective.
One of the most important pieces of dental equipment that is needed to created dentures and bridges is the dental articulator. It is used to recreate an exact upper and lower mandibular copy of the patients current mouth.
Articulator dental by AD 2 is a high precision instrument that is affordable even for the small practice or the educational environment with limited funding. These instruments for dentistry and orthodontics sacrifice nothing in terms of features and quality.
A well crafted dental articulator can also be very affordable. Made from extruded aluminum and anodized finished, they are not powder coated. This means that the surface of the articulator will not bubble or peel.
When you are creating dentures for patients it is important to have an accurate fit as well as determine the perfect angle for the dental implant.
A face bow is a dental instrument that is used to measure the bite distance between the upper and lower jaws of a patient. It helps determine the actual contact points on the teeth which are then used to create properly fitted dentures and other orthodontic items.
When you are designing dentures for your clients you want to make sure that you have the best measurements aWhenvailable. You need to determine the exact distance from the TMJ to the central point of the jaw as well as the axis for the turn radius of both the upper and lower dental plates.
The functional occlusion is important when you are designing dentures for your patients. The most basic definition of this term is the point where the teeth of a patient first meet and where the impact points will be when they bite down.
Dental articulators have since the 1800’s been a constant in most dental offices. As dental science developed an understanding of the nature of manibular movement the need for this device grew and the single hinge dental articulators become a demand for any dentist.