Direct temporization technique

Acrylic temporization materials, while widely used by dentists, are associated with certain well-known disadvantages. The timing of the temporization process is dictated by the chemistry of the material. Relatively high-volumetric shrinkage can affect fit and function. Hand-mixing material is not only time-consuming and messy, but also inherently imprecise.

Dec 1st, 1997

Acrylic temporization materials, while widely used by dentists, are associated with certain well-known disadvantages. The timing of the temporization process is dictated by the chemistry of the material. Relatively high-volumetric shrinkage can affect fit and function. Hand-mixing material is not only time-consuming and messy, but also inherently imprecise.

Iso-Temp temporary material overcomes these problems. The new multi-phase, auto-mix resin material makes it easier and faster to fabricate single- and multiple-unit temporary crowns and bridges.

Iso-Temp temporary material produces lower heat than acrylics while polymerizing, reducing the chance of pulpal damage. It is available in four popular shades: A1, A2, A3.5 and C2. If additional shades are desired, tints can be used effectively to customize.

For additional information on Iso-Temp temporary material, call the 3M Technical Hotline, (800) 634-2249, or contact your 3M Dental Products representative or dealer.

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