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New technology yields an instant occlusal impression for recording occlusal and near occlusal contacts and excursive movements in a closed position. Occlusal contact areas can be recorded in a material rather than on a tooth, allowing the information to be scanned and digitized for immediate viewing and subsequent examination.
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