Sofreliner Tough S Soft Denture Reline Material
Sofreliner Tough S (Soft) is a self-cure chairside and lab soft denture reline material providing patient comfort and satisfaction up to 1.5 years. The product offers consistent softness, minimal degradation, superior stain and odor resistance, along with excellent adhesion to the denture and other outstanding features. It is also quick and easy to use, allowing dentists to perform the entire chairside reline process in one short, mess-free application. Sofreliner Tough Soft is suitable for relining upper, lower, partial or full dentures. It is commonly recommended for relief against irritated tissue after surgery, teeth extraction, or implant procedure.
Sofreliner Tough S has a shore A hardness of 24 and lasts up to 1.5 years. Besides the S (soft) formulation, Sofreliner Tough is also available in M (medium) that lasts up to 2 years with a shore A hardness of 43.
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Fast, in-office soft denture reline your patients will love Here’s the crux for soft denture relining procedures: Sometimes they’re just too messy and complicated, and in other instances, dentists may find that they’re relying too much on their labs to complete the procedure. Those are just the dentist’s problems—never mind the patient’s ill fitting denture. Tokuyama’s Sofreliner Tough is an addition-cured silicone material for patients who require long-term relining on temporary, partial, or full dentures, as well as those who need relief for irritated tissues after surgery, teeth extraction, or implant procedures. With...Read More