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Dental Materials, Impression, Polyether

Definition : Dental impression materials with elastomeric properties whose main component is polyether which is designed to make an accurate negative reproduction of a given area of the oral cavity. These dental impression materials consist of a base (polyether), a cross-linking agent (e.g., sulfate), a catalyst (e.g., glycol-based plasticizer) and a filler (e.g., silica). Polyether dental impression materials with fast setting time are available. They are less rigid for easier removal. These dental impression materials are supplied in bulk, cartridges, packages, and tubes; automix and autodispensing systems are also available. They are used in dental offices for crowns and bridges, inlays and onlays, functional impressions, and implant abutments.

Entry Terms : "Polyether Dental Impression Materials" , "Dental Impression Materials, Polyether"

UMDC code : 16677

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Danville Materials

Company Type: Parent

Danville Materials are dedicated to producing the best clinical materials available at value pricing. We have decided to limit our product line to only those products that meet the above criteria. We have found that the handling properties of a given material and the ability to use a material in a predictable and efficient manner is of paramount importance, therefore as clinical dentists we fully develop our products to enhance your performance. We are wholesale only and strive to support our dealer network.

Darby-Spencer-Mead Dental Supply Co

Company Type: Parent

Since 1948, thousands of dentists nationwide have relied upon Darby Dental as one of the leading distributors of dental supplies. We pride ourselves by offering the same "one customer at a time" service upon which the company was built.

Professional Products Co

Company Type: Parent

Sultan Healthcare Inc

Company Type: Parent

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