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Solve my problem: Shorten impression time and increase quality with 3M

Dental Products ReportDental Products Report February 2019
Volume 53
Issue 2

How 3M™ Impregum™ Super Quick Polyether Impression Material is increasing the quality of impressions while decreasing setting time.

The problem: Creating accurate traditional impressions can be difficult

Taking traditional impressions lends itself to many problems, such as voids or tears in the impression, failure to capture deep gingival margins and setting times that hinder the precision of the impression.

Read more: Setting up your practice for success in 2019

The solution: 3M™ Impregum™ Super Quick Polyether Impression Material

  • This next-generation superfast polyether captures highly precise results in less time - just two minutes. 

  • Impregum™ Super Quick features an improved fresh, minty taste, leading to increased patient comfort.

  • The material combines intrinsic hydrophilicity, snap-set curing and accelerated working times to enable faster single-unit impression procedures, promoting greater productivity.

  • It increases efficiency in dental offices and laboratories by reducing the number of remakes and adjustments that are required.

  • The material’s inherent hydrophilicity promotes excellent wettability with remaining oral fluids and ensures the exact detail reproduction of the area by the material’s ability to flow into every spot.
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