ST. PAUL, Minnesota--3M ESPE has expanded the offerings in its Imprint 4 family with the new additions of 3M ESPE Imprint 4 Preliminary VPS Preliminary Impression Material and 3M ESPE™ Imprint 4 Bite VPS Bite Registration Material.
Both materials help add control and convenience to everyday procedures in the dental practice.
Unlike alginate impressions, which cannot be stored and are suited for only one pouring process, impressions taken with Imprint 4 Preliminary VPS material offer long-term dimensional stability and can be poured multiple times. The material’s hydrophilicity helps ensure that models can be poured without pretreatment of the impression surface, and models show a high surface quality.
Additionally, impressions made with Imprint 4 Preliminary material can be fully disinfected without losing dimensional stability.
For optimized workflows, the Imprint 4 Preliminary VPS material offers a convenient working time of one minute and a short intraoral setting time of 90 seconds to improve patient comfort and decrease patient chairtime.
For optimized workflows and patient comfort, Imprint 4 Bite VPS material offers a convenient working time of 20 seconds and a short setting time of 60 seconds, helping minimize inaccuracies due to jaw movements during setting.
Adding to their suitability for modern workflows, Imprint 4 Preliminary VPS material and Imprint 4 Bite VPS material are scannable, giving dentists easy access to CAD/CAM solutions.
Imprint 4 Preliminary VPS material and Imprint 4 Bite VPS material add control, speed, and convenience to everyday procedures.
For more information, visit http://www.3MESPE.com or call (800) 634-2249.
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