- A prefabricated shell can be created and then relined.
- Hard tissue stops are 100% necessary, so if there are none, this is a great way to do it.
- This method works really well for full arch cases (that can include bridges) as well as posterior sextants on the mandible.
- Bisacryl can be used to make a shell, and then hollow it out.
- If this method is used, the shell created by the bisacryl needs to be trimmed in 2 different methods.
- The shell can be about 0.5mm thick.
- This provisional can also be done by a lab using milling.
- When using bisacryl, one coat of bonding agent needs to be placed and cured, then a second layer needs to be placed, but not cured, then the temp needs to be relined.
- Flowable composite at the margins are great for lab made temps.
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