On one of the dental forus, I had heard about this Japanese chairside reline material called Tokuyama Rebase II. It?s a powder and liquid that you mix together and when combined, it produces a creamy resin that flows where you want it but also stays put. It has no smell, it doesn?t sting, it doesn?t burn, it has no taste; it?s really amazing stuff and it sticks to the old acrylic. In fact, you have to be careful not to drip it on your dental unit (plastic cover), because it won?t come off. You?ll have to grind it off...ask me how I know.
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