Impression Materials Miscellaneous

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Mixing and Dispensing Accessories(5)
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3M
Dentsply Sirona Orthodontics
Kerr Corporation
Pac-Dent International, Inc.
Temrex Corporation
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Aquasil Ultra

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Dentsply Sirona Restorative

Aquasil Ultra Smart Wetting Impression Material from DENTSPLY Caulk is known for its combination of high tear strength and very low contact angle.

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To help reduce the amount of impression material waste clinicians experience with traditional dispensing systems, 3M created single-use,...
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Under the JR Rand label, Temrex offers dentists Contour Matrix Bands. Made of US Medical Grade stainless steel, both the clinician and...
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The Hurrimix Mixer from DENTSPLY Raintree Essix includes 4 mixing containers—2 for alginate (maximum capacity 80 g) and 2 for stone...
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Kerr's new Volume Machine by Renfert Delivery System is an automix device that simplifies impressiontaking procedures with fast, easy...

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  • Allison Walker

    If you do not have a digital scanner, yet want to take advantage of digital technology offered by your laboratory, including CAD/CAM-created restorations, Kulzer’s Flexitime Fast & Scan gives you that option without needing to change either your impression technique or hardware/software. Developed in collaboration with dentists and dental labs,...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Matthew Stump, DDS, DICOI, is a big believer in technology, and his practice has invested in many high-tech products, including the 3D imaging system, the GXDP-700 from Gendex. Dr. Stump tells Dental Product Shopper why he feels investing in this technology is a good value for his patients and his practice. As a practitioner, technology allows...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Impression material. What a mess. At least that’s my experience as a dental patient. It really can't be helped...it's the nature of the beast. I can imagine it’s not all that much fun for dentists and assistants either. DENTSPLY Raintree Essix has this pretty cool device that I suspect makes the whole impression material mixing a much more...

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  • Sean Grady, DDS

    Surgical placement of the dental implant is a complicated procedure and is often seen as the most difficult step in the implant to restoration process. A poorly placed implant not only significantly increases the likelihood of failure, but, assuming the implant does integrate, will also make the restoration difficult depending on angulation,...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    You won’t even need to take an impression to get this perfect set of dentures, just in time for Halloween! I know dental professionals are supposed to encourage healthy eating and discourage sugary snacks, but you have to admit this is an awesome treat for an office Halloween party. Just don't try flossing dracula's teeth because I'm not sure...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    What will be “Z Next” generation of zirconia restorations? Keller Laboratories thinks it will be their Znext Anterior Zirconia Crowns, which combine the natural translucent esthetics required for anterior placement with the strength and durability of monolithic zirconia. Znext is a full contoured zirconia crown or bridge with no porcelain...

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