PrimmaArt

PrimmaArt

Self-curing composite for making provisional teeth.

  • Mechanical strength
  • Shade fidelity to the Vita shade guide
  • Low heat release

Maior Angulo

Maior Angulo

Maior Angulo

Maior Angulo

Benefits

Mechanical stength: Greater resistance to fracture and wear.

Shade fidelity to the Vita shade guide: Greater predictability of results.

Shade stability: Due to less formation of inhibited layer and presence of shade stabilizer in the formulation.

Low heat release: Increased comfort for the patient and safe for use on vital teeth.

Consistency with reological effect: Adequate viscosity with perfect reproduction of details.

Balanced formula: Proper combination of monomers provides excellent working time and ease of product removal during the elastic phase.

Recommendations

Making of provisional teeth for indirect procedures such as: inlays, onlays, crowns, veneers and bridges.

Making of long-term provisional teeth.

Refilling of prefabricated composite, polycarbonate or metal restorations.

Mock-up.

Commercial Availability

Cartridge

• Cartridge with 75g + 10 self-mixing tips. Available in shades A1, A2, A3, B1 and Bleach.
• Package with 5 disposable self-mixing tips.

Cartridge

• Cartridge with 75g + 10 self-mixing tips. Available in shades A1, A2, A3, B1 and Bleach.
• Package with 5 disposable self-mixing tips.

Syringe

• Double-body syringe with 7g + 5 self-mixing tips. Available in shades A1, A2, A3, B1 and Bleach.
• Package with 5 disposable self-mixing tips.

Syringe

• Double-body syringe with 7g + 5 self-mixing tips. Available in shades A1, A2, A3, B1 and Bleach.
• Package with 5 disposable self-mixing tips.

Step by step

Making provisional teeth:
1. Isolate areas of the preparation with vaseline or similar lubricant.Foto 1 2 300x200

Making provisional teeth:
2. Fit the self-mixing tip. Before each application, a small amount of the product must be dispensed in a container. This ensures that the product to be applied will be correctly homogenized.Foto 1 2 300x200

Making provisional teeth:
3. Apply the product to the mold first in the occlusal/incisal portion and then in the cervical portion, maintaning the self-mixing tip immersed in the material in order to avoid the formation of bubbles. Position the mold on the prepared teeth within 40 seconds after starting the product mix and keep it in position.Foto 1 2 300x200

Making provisional teeth:
4. Remove the mold during the elastic phase of the material, approximately 2 to 3 minutes after the start of mixing.Foto 1 2 300x200

Making provisional teeth:
5. Wait for the material to completely polymerize (approximately 5 minutes). Remove the provisional from the mold and clean its surface with alcohol to remove the oxygen-inhibited resin layer.Foto 1 2 300x200

Making provisional teeth:
6. Adjustments, when necessary, can be made through the careful removal of excesses with diamond tips for finishing and polishing of composite resin (fine and extra fine grits). Polishing can be performed with rubber or abrasive disks of medium and fine grits, Diamond (FGM) or Diamond Flex (FGM) felt disks and Diamond Excel (FGM) polishing paste.Foto 1 2 300x200

Making provisional teeth:
7. For cementation of the provisional restoration, it is possible to use any temporary eugenol-free cement.Foto 1 2 300x200