Clinician’s Choice Quad-Tray® family of ultra-rigid aluminum dual-arch impression trays are specially designed to prevent the causes of tray distortion. Clinical Technique Full Quadrant Impression using Affinity InFlex, Affinity Light...

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Item Number: 040152
Impression Trays
Clinician's Choice

Clinician’s Choice Quad-Tray® family of ultra-rigid aluminum dual-arch impression trays are specially designed to prevent the causes of tray distortion.

Full Quadrant Impression using Affinity InFlex, Affinity Light Body RF and Quad-Tray Xtreme

Dentistry courtesy of Dr. Brad Carson. Photography courtesy of Dr. Gildo Santos.

  1. With tissue management and hemostasis achieved, the preparation is cleaned with Detail Pre-Impression Cleansing Gel to remove any residual debris and hemostatic agent ensuring complete polymerization of the Affinity InFlex VPS tray material and Affinity Light Body VPS Material.

    Quad-Tray Xtreme Clinical Prepped Tooth
  2. The Affinity Light Body impression material is placed after the Re-Cord #00 cord has been carefully removed, making sure to keep the tip submerged.

    Quad-Tray Xtreme Clinical Light Body
  3. The Quad-Tray Xtreme is placed immediately upon completing the syringing of the light body. The patient is asked to passively close. If no segmental bite registration has been taken prior to the impression, the patient may need to be guided into position.

    Quad-Tray Xtreme Clinical Tray Bite
  4. While holding the tray by the sides, the impression is gently removed from the patient’s mouth. Never torque the handle of the tray to prevent bending of the aluminum body.

    Quad-Tray Xtreme Clinical Impression In Mouth
  5. The final impression showing excellent capture of the margins as well as showing that the Light Body was not overly displaced by the hydraulics of the InFlex. This ensures a more accurate die and better fit of the final restoration.

    Quad-Tray Xtreme Clinical Impression Close Up
  6. Final photograph showing the bonded ceramic restoration which needed virtually no adjusting interproximally and occlusally post-cementation.

    Quad-Tray Xtreme Clinical Final Restored Tooth

Full Quadrant Impression using Affinity InFlex, Affinity Light Body RF and Quad-Tray XL

Dentistry and photography courtesy of Dr. Robert Ramsey


  1. Affinity InFlex Maximum Support Tray Material is loaded onto both sides of a Quad-Tray XL.

    Affinity Clinical Technique Loading Quad-Tray
  2. After syringing Affinity Light Body RF (Regular Flow) around the inlay preparation and implant site, the Quad-Tray XL encompasses the full quadrant.

    Affinity Clinical Technique Tray Bite
  3. Perorated buccal wall locks impression material to the tray.

    Affinity Clinical Technique Perforated Buccal Wall
  4. InFlex flows through the Quad-Tray XL’s slotted lingual and buccal walls to lock the impression material and tray together.

    Affinity Clinical Technique Slotted Lingual Wall
  5. Notice how InFlex has displaced the Light Body without over-displacing it from the prep sites.

    Affinity Clinical Technique Light Body Displaced
  6. Precise detail is achieved every time.

    Affinity Clinical Technique Precise Detail

Anterior Impression using Ultrapak, Affinity InFlex, Affinity Light Body HF and the Anterior Quad-Tray X2

Dentistry and photography courtesy of Dr. Robert Lowe.


  1. This case involves preparations for four anterior all-ceramic crowns.

    Teeth Prepared for Four Anterior Crowns
  2. Gingival retraction and hemostasis are achieved using Ultradent’s tissue management system. A two-cord technique is shown using Ultrapak #00 as the first cord at the bottom of the sulcus and Ultrapak #1 as the top cord around the preparation margin.

    Application of Ultrapak to Prepped Teeth
  3. After careful removal of the #1 cord, Affinity Light Body High Flow hydroactive impression material is placed. Particular attention must be placed on avoiding air entrapment. Keeping the impression tip submerged and allowing the light body to lead the way prevents air bubbles consistently.

    Application of Affinity Light Body to Prepped Teeth
  4. Poor impressions often result when too little light body is placed on the dentition. Often the tray material over-displaces the light body resulting in the impression being taken with mostly tray material, which has less accuracy than the light body. Affinity Light Body flows beautifully without slumping.

    Affinity Light Body full Intraoral Placement
  5. Affinity InFlex tray material is placed in the Anterior Quad-Tray X2 and inserted into the patient’s mouth. InFlex becomes very rigid and supporting of the dual-arch tray. The Anterior Quad-Tray X2 has high perforated sidewalls which retain the impression material nicely.

    Anterior Quad-Tray X2 Placement
  6. Notice the fine detail in the final impression. Specifically, all margins are clearly visible and easy to read. The preparations are also covered in Light Body rather than tray material. Affinity, combined with the Anterior Quad-Tray X2, will provide consistently accurate impressions for numerous anterior restorative cases.

    Anterior Quad-Tray X2 Final Impression

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Quad-Tray Dual Arch Impression Tray Trial Kit (Item Number: 040152):

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