Heat-cured denture resin, with liquid phase, for adding the saddles to chrome cobalt denture bases and relining dentures. The long pouring/plastic phase enables the user to work without being under time pressure. High mechanical values, minimal residual monomer (approx. 0.5%) and high permanency of color are Exceptional feature. The filling surface have high luster-a special effect.
- Ideal for highest quality of prosthetic work
- Accurate Fit Long working time in its dough stage
- Flowable and practicable consistency after mixing
- Exceptionally high mechanical strength and high luster finish
- Cadmium free composition
Composition: Powder contains Poly Methyl Methacrylate , pigments and Liquid contains Methyl Methacrylate Monomer
Instructions for Use
- Clean the inside of the flask with thin film of vaseline or similar lubricant.
- Place waxed denture into lower half of flask and fill it with 50/50 mix of plaster & stone.
- After the gypsum has hardened, apply vaseline to the gypsum surface.
- Next fill up the top part of the flask with plaster/stone mix. Close the flask with the top deck. NOTE: To avoid plaster running into the bolt-holes, use the bolt to close the flask.
- After the gypsum has hardened, the wax is softened by be careful not to melt the wax. The softened wax should then be removed all in one piece. Next, the residual wax is thoroughly flushed out with boiling water containing an ordinary neutral detergent. NOTE: When utilizing the microwave flask, it is permissible to place in a microwave oven to initiate the wax removal process. Place on the turntable and irradiate for 1minute on high. Then discard wax.
- After the wax has been removed, allow the gypsum surface to cool for about 5 minutes. This allows the steam to rise for better bonding of the separator. Next apply a separating medium (e.g.,: Isolate) to the gypsum surface and allow to dry.
- Mixing of powder and liquid for dough stage. Place the required amount of liquid in Hiflex H mixing jar. Then place the corresponding amount of powder over the liquid while tapping the jar until excess liquid appears. NOTE : do not stir this mixture with a spatula to avoid air bubbles. Close the lid of the mixing jar and leave for about 15-20 minutes at 740F (230C). At this point Hiflex H reaches a dough stage. NOTE: Average denture needs 2 scoops of powder and 8ml liquid.
- Remove the dough in one piece from the mixing jar without producing air bubbles. Then, pack it into the model invested in the flask stored at room temperature. It is recommended not to touch the resin mixture directly because some individuals may be allergic to the liquid. Use a polyethylene sheet. Close the denture flask. Trial closures are repeated 2 or 3 times until no flash is observed. NOTE: Trial packing is used to remove excess resin to avoid open vertical dimensions.
- After trial packing, the denture flask should be fitted back together. Insert the bolts and apply pressure using the flask press. Tighten these bolts, under constant pressure, by using the wrench.
- Cure Hiflex H at 90Ã¥√•√ÅC, for 10-15 minutes depending on the amount resin. Pressure-206bar. Failing to adjust the pressure or temperature may cause porosity in the denture.
- Cool the flask for more than 30 minutes at room temperature heat treatment, then place in cold water for complete cooling before de-flasking (about 20 minutes).
- Follow conventional methods for de-flasking the denture. This procedure is generally accomplished by the use of plaster-snips or a plaster knife.
- After de-flasking put the denture into a plaster dissolvent, In order to totally clean the denture.
- Polish the denture by the unusual method. There are several to obtain a high luster to the denture.
225g Powder/150ml Liquid