Beading and Boxing

| April 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

Beading and Boxing

Beading and Boxing is the procedure which is used to maintain the adequate sulcus depth in the final model.

Beading is done to preserve the  width and height of the sulcus in a cast.

Beading – 2-3 mm width strip of boxing wax if not available modeling wax is used.

Boxing is done to obtain a uniform, smooth,well-shaped base for the cast.

boxing – 10-15 mm sheet of boxing wax attached vertically to maintain the height of the model.

Then pouring of the model with hard plaster

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Category: Prosthodontics, WIKI

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