Quad-Tray Xtreme Dual-Arch Impression Tray

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Quad-Tray Xtreme Dual-Arch Impression Tray

Designed to prevent impression distortion, Quad-Tray Xtreme is dentistry’s best-selling metal dual-arch, disposable impression tray. Quad-Tray Xtreme is made from rigid aluminum that will not distort when placed intraorally or upon removal, eliminating retakes and excessive occlusal adjustment.



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  • Ultra-rigid aluminum construction to prevent distortion
  • Design features: wide arch, low sidewalls
  • Thin distal bar prevents retro molar pad impingement
  • Best-selling metal dual-arch impression tray
  • Large handle for easy handling
  • Delivers unparalleled accuracy for a wide range of dual arch impressions


Clinical Technique




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


Click here to view the Quad-Tray Xtreme Product Sheet.

Click here to view Avoid Impression Distortion and Costly Retakes in Dental Product Shopper.


Dr. Bob Margeas talks about Quad-Tray Dual Arch Impression Tray from CCI/CRD on Vimeo.

Quad-Tray Family of Metal Impression Trays from CCI/CRD on Vimeo.


Product Configurations

Quad-Tray Xtreme:

  • 50-pack
  • 100-pack
  • 250-pack


The trays are too large. What can I do?2019-04-11T10:47:09-04:00

Quad-Tray Xtreme dual-arch trays are designed to fit any arch width, but are easily narrowed by gently squeezing the sides of the tray inward until the desired width is achieved.

The distal bar is too thick. What can I do?2019-04-11T10:46:56-04:00

Prior to taking the impression, try-in the Quad-Tray Xtreme and have the patient bite down into the desired intercuspation without soft or hard tissue interference. Repeat this positioning when taking the final impression.

Are there any tips for preventing impression material waste?2019-04-11T10:46:30-04:00
  1. When using a sideless tray, like the Quad-Tray Xtreme, we recommend using a sufficient amount of tray material to cover both sides of the mesh as well as using additional material to encompass the tray walls on the buccal and lingual surfaces and preparation areas. This recommended loading technique minimizes any chance of impression distortion in order to ensure an ideal fit of the final restoration.
  2. Customizing (narrowing) the Quad-Tray Xtreme to the desired arch width will result in the use of the optimal amount of impression material without waste.

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