Temporary resin material

Oct. 1, 1997
Roydent Dental Products introduces REFORM, a temporary crown and bridge resin material in cartridges. REFORM is free of methyl methacrylate. Its temperature while curing is lower than with conventional powder/liquid systems. REFORM also shows increased transverse strength and good abrasion resistance, plus a low polymerization shrinkage. Due to the direct bubble-free application, there is no mixing by hand.

Roydent Dental Products introduces REFORM, a temporary crown and bridge resin material in cartridges. REFORM is free of methyl methacrylate. Its temperature while curing is lower than with conventional powder/liquid systems. REFORM also shows increased transverse strength and good abrasion resistance, plus a low polymerization shrinkage. Due to the direct bubble-free application, there is no mixing by hand.

For details, call Roydent Dental Products at (800) 992-7767.

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