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SensiTempResin Noneugenol Temporary Cement

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Ideal for all indications, SensiTempResin is a high-strength, noneugenol, resin-based temporary cement formulation. • Exhibits greater compressive strength than most temporary cements, yet remains easily removable • Perfect for short and long-term wear • Does not contain eugenol so it will not interfere with permanent cementation • Provides permanent, yet reversible cementation of implant-retained crowns • Contains potassium nitrate to help reduce post-operative sensitivity • Automix delivery system provides a consistent bubble-free mix every time with far less waste than with mixing pads • Mini mixing tips allow for easier, more precise handling • Not for use with inlays, onlays or for provisional cementation of final restorations

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SensiTemp Resin Noneugenol Temporary Cement - Syringe Refill, 5 ml
Technical Specification
Contains: Contains 1 (5 ml) syringe and 10 mixing tips
Package Quantity: Each
Size: 5 ml
Contains: Contains 1 (5 ml) syringe and 10 mixing tips
Size: 5 ml
Sku# 70010
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SensiTemp Resin Noneugenol Temporary Cement - Cartridge Refill, 25 ml
Technical Specification
Contains: Contains 1 (25 ml) cartridge and 15 mixing tips
Package Quantity: Each
Size: 25 ml
Contains: Contains 1 (25 ml) cartridge and 15 mixing tips
Size: 25 ml
Sku# 70020
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