Resin dental material SNAP™
for dental restorationspowdertemporary

resin dental material
resin dental material
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Characteristics

Type
resin
Applications
for dental restorations
Form
powder
Other characteristics
temporary

Description

Extraordinary marginal accuracy. Dramatically reduces polymerization shrinkage. Delivers a better fit than methyl methacrylate-based materials. Features a true doughy stage. Lower heat release. Choice of extended shades. Exceptional color stability. Low Shrinkage Formula for More Reliable Results SNAP Self-Cure Resin is based on a unique ethyl methacrylate formula that reduces polymerization shrinkage, for a durable temporary with outstanding marginal accuracy. It’s extremely color stable and displays a low exotherm while curing (which makes it kinder to vital pulps than traditional PMMA-based resins). As a matter of fact, SNAP’s clinical success has been thoroughly documented in reports for over three decades! All SNAP products can be trimmed with traditional laboratory carbides and other abrasives. They’re also easily polishable with pumice, abrasive wheels and points. Also available—Relate™ Powder: Chemically speaking, Relate is identical to SNAP™ with minor adjustments to allow for a clean burnout. Its special blue color makes Relate exceptionally easy to read. TIP: SNAP Liquid Monomer can be used in place of Relate™ Liquid Monomer (S458M). **Please note there are additional HAZMAT shipping charges for SNAP Liquid Monomer and the SNAP Starter Kit. The UPS Hazardous Materials surcharge will be charged separately for this product. This product can be shipped Domestic air with the $42.50 HAZMAT FEE. This product can be shipped Domestic Ground with NO HAZMAT FEE. This product may only be shipped within the Continental US (48 states).

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