OraTemp C&B (crown and bridge material) is a composite material for the fabrication of temporary restorations. Based on multi-functional methacrylate esters, this two-component system has filling material-like properties. With the help of dispensing gun, the material can be applied directly from the cartridge without causing any bubbles to form a Oratemp temporary restorations.
- Fabrication of temporary crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays and veneers
- Fabrication of long-lasting temporary restorations
- Lining material for prefabricated temporary crowns made of composite
- Excellent strength and low wear for durable temporaries
- Superior surface details
- Extremely polish-able and colour stable
- 1:1 volume ratio for even flow and improved handling properties
- Low shrinkage and low curing temperature
- can be easily repaired with flow able composite
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- Take an alginate, silicone, or polyether impression from the intact row of teeth. Instead of an impression, a laboratory-made vacuum-formed template or, for single crowns, a preformed crown can be used for shaping.
- To enhance the strength of the temporary restoration, remove interproximal grooves in the impression. If required due to tight spacing conditions, enlarge the relevant sites by cutting.
- For easy replacement in the mouth, relieve undercuts.
- With missing teeth or gaps in the molar area, cut a groove into the impression to produce a stable, bar-shaped connection in the temporary restoration.
Working Time: 1min to 1min 20 sec. Place OraTemp C&B into the impression or into the matrix/model and reposition in the mouth
Setting Time: 2 min to 2 min 30 sec. The above processing times are applicable to products which have been stored and proceed at temperature of 23Ã¥√•√Å C/74Ã¥√•√Å F and at 50% relative humidity. Higher temperatures shorten these times, while lower temperatures extend them. The size of the restoration also has an impact on the setting times : as the size of the work piece increases, the setting accelerates.
Initial Dosing: Remove and discard the cartridge lid. Under no circumstances should the cartridge lid be used to reseal the cartridge as this could result in the inclusion of air bubbles. Check whether both cartridge openings are free from obstruction and remove obstructing material, if any, with a suitable instrument. Before a mixing tip is applied for the first time, squeeze paste out onto a mixing pad until the base and catalyst pastes are at the same level. Discard the paste which has been squeezed out.
Application: It takes the material a certain amount of time to emerge from the newly attached mixing tip. The flow of material is interrupted as soon as the pressure on the handle is reduced. Material that has set inside the mixing tip should not be extruded by force, as this may damage both the cartridge and the mixing tip. Core build-ups which are fabricated using composites, compomers, or resin modified glassionomer cements must be sealed off before the application of OraTemp C&B e.g., using Vaseline.
- First, install a new mixing tip.
- Prior to each application, extrude a small (pea-sized) amount of paste from the mixing tip onto a mixing pad and discard this material.
- Subsequently load the dried impression or vacuum-formed template in the relevant spaces from the bottom up. *Reposition the impression or vacuum-formed template in the mouth/on the model.
- The material attains a hard-elastic consistency within 1 min 40 sec after the onset of mixing. The material and the impression or vacuum-formed template must be removed from the mouth/model within 2 min 50 sec after the onset of mixing.
- Check the setting process by observing the excess material in the mouth or on the matrix/model.
- Keep the filled mixing tip on the cartridge to serve as a closure until the next use.
Finishing: Completely remove the oxygen inhibition layer using alcohol (e.g., ethanol) once the material is completely cured (not earlier than 5 minutes after the onset of mixing). Polish if desired, e.g., with Sof-Lex polishing disks. After the product has cured completely, remove any residues. If necessary, finish and polish the temporary restoration using fine carbide burs. Do not breathe polishing dust. Use mouth protective device, safety glasses and aspiration
Caution: When finishing the temporary, sanding dust may get into the eyes and respiratory tract. Wear face mask and goggles. Do not inhale the sanded dust and use an evacuator.
Cementation: Insert the temporary restoration with a commercial temporary cement, OraTemp NE. Eugenol containing cements may impair the setting of composite luting cements to be used at a later time in the final luting step! If a composite cement is to be used for the final luting step, seat the temporary restoration with a eugenol-free cement. After Cementation thoroughly examine and explore the sulcus and surrounding dentition. Remove any residuals of the temporary material or cement from the mouth
1x67g Base /Catalyst Paste, 16xApplicator Tips, 1x Instruction Manual