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- Oro Disposable Impression Tray
As low as ₹164StrongDistortion-free
- Top Dent Partial Perforated Impression Trays (Set of 11)Special Price ₹3083
- Samit Metal Edentulous Impression Trays
As low as ₹75Available in different sizes
- Zhermack Zetaplus Putty And Kit
As low as ₹284Reduces mucous compression in insertion phaseExcellent hardness after setting
- Samit Metal Dentulous Impression Trays
As low as ₹65Available in different sizes
- Zhermack Tropicalgin Alginate 453g (1 Pack)Regular Price ₹375 Special Price ₹320Easy mixingFast water absorption
- Infri Dental Impression Trays
As low as ₹184Rigid traysHigh quality materials
- GDC Dentulous Perforated Impression Tray
As low as ₹380
- DenSafe Impression Trays
As low as ₹182
- Jabbar Impression Trays
As low as ₹37
- Dentsply Zelgan 2002 Alginate 450gRegular Price ₹311 Special Price ₹215Dust-free alginate impression materialComplies with ISO 1563 and EN 21563
- GC Flexceed Putty And Kit
As low as ₹1188More hydrophilicHighest tear strength
- 3M ESPE Polyther Tray AdhesiveRegular Price ₹1479 Special Price ₹1273
- Medicept Dental Medi-Pak Retraction Cords
As low as ₹668Easy to control and placeUnsurpassed retraction
- Green Guava Bite Registration Triple Trays
As low as ₹482Triple FunctionUltra-fine net
- Pascal Knit-Trax Knitted Cord-Plain-100 Inch
As low as ₹725100% Cotton CordCord can be soaked in hemostaticOut of stock
- Infri Dental Fluoride Trays
As low as ₹641Color codedHigh qualityOut of stock
- Dentsply Reprosil Tubes
As low as ₹1944High stabilityOptimal detail reproduction
- DPI Algitex
As low as ₹152Lead FreeExcellent Dimensional Stability
- Coltene Speedex Putty and Activator
As low as ₹571Outstanding wettability
- API Impression Trays
As low as ₹309Sainless steel.Rust free.Out of stock
- DMG Honigum Putty And Kit
As low as ₹1834Unique snap set technologyExcellent recovery
- Kerr Take 1 Advanced Putty & Kit
As low as ₹501Outstanding tear strength and elongationHydrophilic dental wash material
- Medicept Dental Impress Putty And Kit
As low as ₹596High precision impression material, multi purposePatient-friendly, fresh spearmint flavour
- Maquira Retractor
As low as ₹942100% cottonMore flexible
- DPI Selfcure Tooth Moulding Powder
As low as ₹167Close reproduction to natural toothSelf CureOut of stock
- Zhermack Elite HD+ Soft Putty
As low as ₹15003 year shelf lifeExcellent elastic recovery
- IDS Denmed Impression Tray
As low as ₹326PerforatedHigh impact trays
- 3M ESPE Monophase (Soft) Polyether Impression Material
As low as ₹4509Precise, void-free impressionsExcellent flow properties - great detail reproduction
- Prevest Denpro Alfina
As low as ₹228Enhanced powder-water affinityDust and lead freeOut of stock
- Captain Premium Plastic Disposable Impression Trays
As low as ₹75Numbered and Colour Coded Sizing for Easy IdentificationHigh Flanges for Deeper ImpressionsOut of stock
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Buy Impression Materials Online In India
Following history taking and clinical examination, impressions of the dental arches are made by the clinician, in order to make working or study models. Agar hydrocolloid was the first impression material to be successfully used in dentistry. Making perfect dental impressions is an important step in treatment involving replacement of missing teeth and also other specialties such as orthodontics. Choosing the right materials and good technique, aids in making appropriate impressions. Over the years, research in dental material science has resulted in the invention of various impression materials to suit different clinical scenarios.
What are the different types of impression materials?
The impression materials used in dentistry can be classified under various heads. Based on the mode of setting, they are classified as thermal setting and chemical setting. Thermally setting materials are reversible while the chemically setting ones are irreversible. On the basis of rigidity, they might be categorized as rigid, such as impression plaster and impression compound, and elastic such as alginate and elastomeric impression materials.
Alginate is a widely used dental impression material. It is an irreversible elastic hydrocolloid which is a mucous extract yielded from some brown sea weeds. Alginates are used to make preliminary impressions for dentulous and edentulous patients. The types of alginate include fast set (type 1) and normal set (type 2).
Working time :-
- Type 1 - 1¼ minutes
- Type 2 - 2 minutes
Setting time :-
- Type 1 - 1-2 minutes
- Type 2 – 4½ minutes
Chromatic alginates change color during the mixing and setting phases to help the dentist keep track of the process.
Modifications in alginates include dust free alginates, siliconized alginates and alginates containing disinfectants.
ELASTOMERIC IMPRESSION MATERIALS:
Elastomers also known as rubber base impression materials are a group of rubber like polymers have high accuracy in impression making. The types of elastomeric impression materials are:
Silicones are of two types; Addition silicone and Condensation silicone, classified based on the type of polymerization reaction that takes place during the setting process.
Elastomers are available in different consistencies ranging from light body to putty like consistency. Some of the frequently used putty materials include Novabone putty and Aquasil putty. Light body elastomeric impression materials are used in conjunction with putty materials while making the impression, to record the finer details as they have better flow properties.
Impression compounds are thermally setting, reversible impression materials. They are thermoplastic materials, available in the form of cakes or sticks. The impression compound cakes are used in making full mouth impressions. The sticks are usually used in border moulding, to record the functional depth and width of the sulci, before making the final wash impression.
They are made up of resins, filler particles and lubricants. Since they are thermoplastic materials no chemical reaction takes place during setting. The advantages of using impression compound include reusability, biocompatibility and long shelf life. However, the due to the poor dimensional stability, their use has been restricted to making preliminary impressions and tray borders.
Impression trays are instruments which are used to carry, confine and control the impression material inside the patients’ oral cavity. They may be classified under various heads such as materials from which they are made of, perforations to facilitate flow of the impression materials, whether they are used for dentulous or edentulous patients and based on extent of the impression i.e. full arch or sectional impressions. Triple trays are used to make impressions of the opposing arches in a single step, using the closed mouth impression technique.
Tray adhesives are used to adhere the impression material to the tray since they do not have adhesive properties. Usage of tray adhesives is recommended while making impressions using rubber base impression materials
A challenging aspect of impression making in crown and bridge preparations is management of the gingival tissues. For this reason, tissue retraction cords and pastes are available which helps in recording the finish lines better.
What are the brands selling impression materials online in India?
Zhermack, 3M ESPE, GC, Septodont, Dentsply, DMG, Coltene, Capri, Medicept, Meta, DPI, Dispodent, Prime Dental, Pascal, Danville, Ivoclar, GDC, Cavex, Prevest Denpro and Voco are some of the many brands that sell impression materials and related products at PinkBlue.in
Why buy dental impression materials online at PinkBlue.in?
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