Soft reline acrylic-heat cure

Nov. 1, 1998
ProTech Soft Reline acrylic-heat cure is a 45-minute boil, or an eight-hour overnight. The self-curing variety is a 10-minute, room-temperature set that can be used intraorally, on a jig, or packed.

ProTech Soft Reline acrylic-heat cure is a 45-minute boil, or an eight-hour overnight. The self-curing variety is a 10-minute, room-temperature set that can be used intraorally, on a jig, or packed.

Available in clear, pink, and pink/fibered, they are odorless, tasteless, nonirritating, impervious to oral secretions, and do not peel.

The degree of softness required can be changed on a case-by-case basis simply by altering the powder-to-liquid ratio. Finishing is easily accomplished by using a carbide bur, pumice, and high shine.

It is said to be excellent to use to produce long-lasting, soft relines, obturators, gingival masks, and partial denture gaskets, as well.

For additional information, contact ProTech at (800) 872-8898.

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