How to Take Your Teeth Impression

Please watch the video below AND read all the instructions on this page.  Please also review the instructions pamphlet provided in your home impression kit.

P.S. If you're not sure about your impressions, you can send us photos so we can review them: click here to submit impression photos.   If you have any questions, contact us or give us a call at our toll-free number at the top of the page.



You can also click here to download the instruction sheet (PDF format). 

Important Safety Note: If you have any protrusions in your mouth, there is no need to worry as these bumps are most likely harmless growths of extra bone called tori, but you should not do self-impressions. Tori are relatively uncommon and most people do not have them. You should ask your dentist if you have any tori that exist prior to doing self-impressions, and you should not do self-impressions if tori or similar protrusions exist, as it can negatively affect the outcome or lead to potential injury.