Impression and Registration Materials and Accessories

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The material remains stable to increase working time and can be poured multiple times without losing accuracy. Its smooth surface makes...
Offered in cartridge or volume automix dispensing options, AlgiNot can be poured at any time. AlgiNot FS offers the same great...
Algin'X Ultra Alginate Alternative DENTSPLY Caulk Algin'X Ultra's dimensional stability enables immediate or delayed pouring and...
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Danville Contact Matrix with Mega Rings make excellent contacts by applying the most force for the tightest contacts.
Permadyne Light Body Impression Material from 3M ESPE Dental Products is a hand-mix formulation that ensures highly accurate impressions....
emulate is ideal for preliminary impressions, orthodontic models, study models, provisional and temporaries.
Unlike alginate, Noginate is very stable, has a high tear strength, and can be sterilized. Noginate is so stable that it can be...
Fast, easy dispensing options include 50 mL cartridges for Automix guns and 380 mL cartridges for MixStar.
Cured elastomeric vinyl impression material Alternative to traditional alginate materials Impressions for study models, temporary crown...
Silgimix is a vinyl polysiloxane material that is used for making impression study models, orthodontic models, counter impressions,...
The material has a high dimensional stability, so model impressions can be kept for weeks and poured multiple times.
The original polyether precision impression material that is ideal for use in the monophase technique. Hydrophilic before, during and...

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    As you know, alginate was long considered the impression material of choice, partly due to its cost-effectiveness. However, drawbacks include susceptibility to improper or inconsistent mixing, not being dimensionally stable, having to be shipped wrapped in a wet wrap or, conversely, needing to be poured immediately, and being susceptible to...

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    Hager Worldwide had a marketing problem: Its website wasn’t helping clinicians as well as it could. The site’s original intent was to guide dental professionals while they window-shopped. But the company did some research and found that visitors were coming to the site to look for specific products and details. “We realized users were mainly...

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    When it comes to choosing a restorative material, resin composites tend to win patients over with their attractive, tooth-mimicking esthetics. But just how indistinguishable are composite restorations from natural dentition? For most composites, the answer usually varies. The majority of composite materials obtain their color from dyes and...

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