Live WebinarThe new approach for reaching periimplantitis
08 Dec 2019, 11:00 AM EST (New York)
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“Its best features are strength and durability,” said Don Rice of Bisco, during an interview Monday morning at the company’s booth on the exhibit hall floor. “It also offers excellent esthetics.”
Rice said that Pro-V C&B means great results with fewer fractures, less breakage and less fixing. “It also has nice luster and a polished look, without even having to polish,” Rice said.
According to Bisco, Pro-V C&B was developed using a multifunctional acrylic composite, creating a temporary restoration that is a superb mixture of “strength, durability, flexibility and esthetics that emulates a natural tooth.”
The self-curing material is available in four essential shades, polishes beautifully and can be trimmed with minimal effort, making it the ideal temporary crown and bridge material, according to Bisco.
According to the company, additional features and benefits of Pro-V C&B include: fast setting within four minutes; fast finishing with quick removal from impression and natural luster (saving time and money); simple application that flows ideally into the impression with great control; and strength that is suitable for long-term temporary restorations.
In addition, the material offers tooth-like translucency, opalescence and natural fluorescence and is suitable for demanding anterior temporaries, according to the company.