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 A master impression is fabricated for the purpose of creating a master model or cast that a laboratory can use to fabricate 

accurate dental restorations. It’s important that the master impression be high-quality and meet the functional, biological, and aesthetic needs of the patient. Errors in the master impression could result in a dental 

laboratory being unable to create the appropriate restorations. The impression should be as crisply detailed as possible and without contamination. To create a master impression, a patient is typically 

anesthetized before the procedure. An appropriately-sized tray is chosen and filled with low-viscosity mixed impression 

material. Then, the tray is seated into the patient’s mouth and the material is allowed to set into a semi-solid substance. The completed master impression should 

reproduce the occlusal surfaces of all teeth, the mucobuccal fold, and the palate. It should not have any air bubbles, voids, or pulls.

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