New impression material system

Dec. 1, 1999
3M Dental recently launched its Imprint? II Quick Step HB/LB Impression Material System. The new product is ideal for quick procedures (such as single-unit crown impressions) and provides great results in less than half the time.

3M Dental recently launched its Imprint? II Quick Step HB/LB Impression Material System. The new product is ideal for quick procedures (such as single-unit crown impressions) and provides great results in less than half the time.

The use of a double-bite tray offers the unique, single-impression procedure, which eliminates the need for an opposing arch impression, separate bite registration, and the need to pour an opposing arch model.

Patients especially realize the benefits of this new, efficient system. Patient comfort increases with a quicker set, reduced gag reflex, reduced chair time, fewer impressions, and no taste or odor.

For more information on the complete 3M line of dental products, visit the 3M Dental Web site at www.3M.com/dental or call the 3M Dental technical hotline at (800) 634-2249.

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