TrollFoil VS Traditional paper
TrollFoil is thin but rigid
If compared to other papers on the market, we notice that only those made of thick material manage to stay in tension, whilst the thinner versions cannot hold the shape adequately.
TrollFoil has no grip problems
The traditional paper holder can cause grip problems, especially with thin papers that can slip out.
TrollFoil is more ergonomic
The plastic frame allows you to grip the foil directly with your fingers.
TrollFoil allows many registrations
Here is what the foil looks like at the end of the bite calibration. TrollFoil is the only one that is still capable of recording other information.
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Marks all materials
We tested TrollFoil in different clinical situations
TrollFoil can be used in a wide variety of clinical situations including wet or dry teeth, limited opening, limited vestibular space, gaggers, and metal and non-metalic restorations.
On gold, composite and natural tooth.
On gold, composite and natural tooth and zirconia
On wet surfaces
We compared TrollFoil and other papers on the market
Let’s consider the same quadrant, on which we will work with different papers on the market. As you can see, the traditional paper 21 micron doesn’t mark well. The occlusal contact points are almost invisible. The Traditional paper looks like a cardboard. It marks everything maybe too much. The TrollFoil, instead, marks very well in different situations as well.
Traditional paper 21 microns
Traditional thick paper
TrollFoil 4.5 microns
What's in the box
When opening the package we can find the foil combined with a plastic support that is needed to protect it, to keep the ink intact and to separate it from the others.
Before using the foil (B), we must separate it from the plastic support (C)