California Air Tools 4610A-220V Instruction manual

INNOVATIVE DENTAL PRODUCTS
2012-2013 PRODUCTS & TECHNIQUE CATALOG
INNOVATIVE DENTAL PRODUCTS
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oria Way, Suite A-200
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A Brief History & Outlook
Danville, located in the San Francisco Bay Area, has been a
leading manufacturer of dental products for over a quarter
of a century. Having been first to design and commercialize
the original MicroEtcherrTM, Danville is widely recognized as
having introduced one of the most important devices used
in dentistry.
Danville is known for designing and producing quality
equipment and materials. Value pricing has always been a
policy. The Danville Founders made a commitment: "If a
product does not meet or exceed that of a competitor, it
will not be sold under the Danville label".
Danville is an uncommon company. At a time when
customer service seems to be rare, we recognize that good
customer service is an important reason for you to consider
our products. We take pride in our products' reputation for
durability. The main reason that our MicroEtchers and other
equipment last so long is because they are initially well built.
Danville remains strong and growing. With our ongoing service
and a continuous parts supply, our products can remain in
service for a very long time.
Danville is committed to continuing its long history of customer
satisfaction with its high standards and newest innovations.
In the unlikely event that our products do not meet your
expectations, please contact us. We have an in-house dentist as
well as engineers available to help find a solution.
An ISO 13485:2007 Certified Company
Awards
Danville products continue to be acknowledged for clinical contribution and value. Due
to the rotation of award announcements and the anticipated lifespan of this publication,
we encourage you to visit the website of each of these evaluators, as well as checking
our website at www.danvillematerials.com to be advised of current status. Our highest
satisfaction is acknowledgement from our customers, but to be recognized by these and
other organizations is indeed, a great honor.
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Table of Contents
Air Abrasion
Conservative Dentistry
PrepStart
PrepAir
PrepStart H2O
H2O Accessory
PrepStart Technique using H2O Unit
Air Abrasion Accessories
Powerplus
5
6
6
7
7
8
9
9
Sand Blasting
MicroEtcher IIA
MicroEtcher II
MicroEtcher ERC
MicroEtcher CD
Nozzles & Sandtrap
MicroEtcher SEMS
MicroEtcher Uses
Hook Up Guide
Abrasives
10
10
10
11
11
12
12
13
14
SilJet
15
Dust Cabinets
MicroCab+ & Safety Shields
MacroCab+ & Safety Shields
16
16
Prophy and Tin Plating
MicroProphy II & MicroTin
Posts
IceLight & IcePost
31
Porcelain Veneer Kits
Accolade PV
Accolade PV Article by Dr. Ray Bertolotti
32
33
Provisional Composite
TurboTemp 2
TurboTemp 3
Turbo Temp Technique
34
34
35
Impression Materials
VPS Impression Materials
The Ideal Material for Techniques
Impression Materials Chart
AlphaBite
Noginate
Impression Materials Accessories
Tray Link
Mojo II Syringe & Technique
Impression Material Techniques
36
37
38
39
39
40
40
41
42
SnapShot Tray Technique
43
Sectional Matrix Systems
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Adhesives
Prelude
Prelude Performance
Prelude Self Etch Technique
Prelude Total Etch Technique
Prelude One
ZBond
28-29
30
30
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IPR System
C-SAW
Posterior Composites by Dr. Ray Bertolotti
Rock Core
StarFill 2B
19
20
21
21
22
22
Contact Matrix & Mega Rings
ABC Wedge & Technique
Contact Wedge & Matrix Technique
44
45
46
Miscellaneous
MicroPrime B & G
Caries Finder & FlashBuster
SureEtch, No Stick, E-Bond & S-Bond
Liquid Lens, Dam Cool & Gingival Retractors
47
48
49
50
Flowable Composites/ Core Build-Up
Accolade
Accolade SRO
Starflow
Aria
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24
25
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"In today’s economy, it pays to have tools
that allow creative solutions to a multitude
of challenges: repairing crown margins,
porcelain and composite fractures and those
particularly challenging repairs of combination
substrates like metal/composite or metal/
porcelain. Danville Materials/Engineering has
a product that has simplified the bonding
world when those challenging situations
present themselves. SilJet® , a simple abrasive
that works in a chairside microetcher, makes
bonding a breeze with whatever system is in
one’s armamenterium."
-Mike Nelson, DDS, Redding CA
“Prelude® offers superior bond strengths with
the smallest standard deviation of materials
tested.”
-Dr. Larry Watanabe UCSF, Materials Science,
San Francisco CA
"Minimally invasive dentistry is my favorite.
Danville offers a variety of products from
which I benefit daily. Prepstart®, Prelude®,
Dam Cool®, Accolade® White Opaque/
Superradioopaque and the Contact Matrix®
Ultrathinflex - I love them all! I found out that
ABC Wedges® are of a tremendous help for big
composites. Prelude gives 100 pc no sensivity
and is my only adhesive for all direct and
indirect reconstructions. It's thin layer is ideal for
cementing Cerec's."
Dr. Horst Landenberger, Bad Soden, Germany
"When I sold my practice, one of three
pieces of equipment I kept to take into semiretirement with me was my MicroEtcher® . It
did not go with the sale of the practice. I still
want it."
-Paul Werner, DDS, Boca Raton FL
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Air Abrasion
Conservative Dentistry
With No Anesthesia!
Air Abrasion has proven to offer the greatest patient
comfort and the most conservative treatment available.
For clinicians who are performing small composite
restorations or pit & fissure preps, nothing will add as much
productivity to the practice!
Most Conservative:
Air Abrasion easily creates preps less than half the width
of the smallest burs. The air abrasion stream follows and
cleans the fissures and grooves removing minimal healthy
structure. Even the smallest ‘fissure' bur is a huge intrusion
by comparison. Unlike air abrasion, burs may create microfractures that can later propagate.
Fissure Bur
Greatest Patient Comfort:
Treat without anesthesia! Treat without the whine of
the drill! The stress to the patient and to you, is reduced
greatly.
Most Productive:
Treat upon diagnosis. Treat multiple quadrants within
minutes. Save the time required to give the injection. With
reduced air pressure, tough stains may be removed rapidly.
• Treat upon diagnosis
• Treat multiple quadrants in one visit
• Treat without anesthesia
• Diagnose lesions in darkened grooves
• Enhance DIAGNOdent* accuracy
• Remove tough stains with ease
Class V Gingival Third of the Tooth
Air Abrasion .015 Tip
Air Abrasion Applications
Small cavity prep,
Class 1 through VI
Repair intraoral porcelain
fractures
Prep conservative incipient
lesion
Enhance bond to dentin
& enamel
Prep pit & fissure
Remove tough stains
Clean darkened grooves
Etch all metal, composites &
amalgam restorations
Remove debris from
bur cut preps
Tooth prepped using Air Abrasion
and no anesthesia
Etch orthodontic
brackets & bands
Conservative restoration completed
*Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Air Abrasion
TM
Air Abrasion Cavity Prep Unit
"
We recommend micro abrasion as an essential step in tooth preparation cleansing prior
to cementation with any luting agent. The PrepStart is a unique product for this purpose
because it can reduce the air pressure, powder flow, and minimize the mess."
-John Kois, DMD, MSD Prosthodontist, Founder/Director Kois Center, Seattle WA
The PrepStart has received top ratings by all major reviewers and continues to be the
overwhelming leader in air abrasion.
The crisp on/off control and easily set abrasive flow assures an even, precise cut.
Multiple tip sizes allow rapid cutting at low pressures for maximum patient comfort.
Adjustable pressure and powder flow allow settings from rapid cutting to stain removal.
PrepStart Air Abrasion System
Ref # 200259-00
PrepStart Kit Includes:
• PrepStart with foot pedal
41/2 lbs (6.5”W x 5.5”H x 9”L)
2kg (16.5cm W x 14cm H x 23cm L)
• Installation Kit
• Handpiece & Nozzle Kit
2 Handpieces, .015 & .019 Tips
• Instructions & Technique Manual
• 1lb Aluminum Oxide 27 Micron
All PrepStart units Include a 1 year warranty
PrepAir
Ref # 200782
Handheld Air Abrasion Unit
nit
The PrepAir offers the most conservative
ve treatment without anesthesia. Treat at diagnosis. Treat multiple quadrants
in one appointment. The PrepAir offers an increase in
productivity and patient comfort. Abrasion
n flow is steady
and precise. Interchangeable nozzles rotate
ate 360°. Uses 27
micron Aluminum Oxide. The unit is fullyy autoclavable.
PrepAir Kit Includes:
• Handpiece with nozzle & jar
• Includes 2 Tips: .019 x 45° & 80°
• Extra abrasive jar
• 5 Replacement pinch tubes
• Quick disconnect
• 9 foot airline
• Instruction manual
• 1 year warranty
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Air Abrasion
TM
Hydro Abrasion Cavity Prep Unit
The addition of a cone of water around the
stream of abrasive gives this unit the additional
benefit of containing the dispersion of powder
during treatment. Cutting results continue to be
optimal.
PrepStart H2O products offer a maximum of
patient comfort with reduced need for injections,
another practice building feature.
• Captures almost all dust
• Warm water increases patient comfort
• No water connection, water is self contained
• On-Off water switch
• Adjustable water flow
• Air connection only to PrepStart foot pedal line
PrepStart H2O Hydro Abrasion System
Ref # 91747
H2O Accessory
TM
Air Abrasion Cavity Prep Unit
To update an existing PrepStart unit, the H2O caddy accessory
is available for easy conversion by our technicians or install
simply in your office in approximately 5 minutes. Any
PrepStart can now offer the benefits of hydro abrasion.
H2O Accessory includes:
• H2O installed on new PrepStart top cover
• Handpiece with .019 inch nozzle
• All tubing & connections
• Instruction manual
H2O Accessory
Ref # 91913
All PrepStart Units Include a 1 year warranty
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Air Abrasion
PrepStart H2O Technique
TM
Top View
Aluminum
Oxide +Air
Cut aw
ay of
partic
le be
am
Water
1
Patient presents a failed restoration with recurrent
decay to DEJ caries, as confirmed by DIAGNOdent*
2
PrepStart H2O is selected to create prep without
using anesthesia.
Top View
Aluminum
Oxide +Air
Cut a
way
of p
article
beam
Water
3
Prep is created
4
Composite shade A-1 is used for
final restoration.
Photos Courtesy of Dr. Gary Radz
*Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Water spray surrounds aluminum oxide to control
powder spray. Cutting action is not affected.
Air Abrasion
Air Abrasion
Nozzles & Accessories
PrepStart
TM
TM
All nozzles are high quality, precise, and fully autoclavable
with carbide orifices for long life.
450
PowerPlus
800
900
1200
PrepStart Air Pressure Booster
Ideal for use where maximum compressor pressure is
inadequate. Totally pneumatic, the Power Plus operates
efficiently on an air source as low as 60 psi (4.1 bars)
Pressure output is doubled up to 135 psi (9.3 bars).
Operation is quiet. Styled to be an attractive addition to
the PrepStart or PrepStart H2O.
Nozzle Part Numbers
Orifice Size
45o
80o
90o
120o
.015
28515
28528
28520
28521
.019
28519
28527
28530
28531
.026
28526
28529
28540
28541
PrepStart H2O
TM
Orifice Size .015
Ref # 91736-01
80o
Orifice Size .019
Ref # 91736
80o
PrepAir
TM
All nozzles are fully autoclavable with carbide
orifices for long life.
Nozzle Part Numbers
Orifice size
.019
019
450
201777-00
900
201782-00
Power Plus Air Booster
Ref # 93383
450
900
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Sand Blasting
MicroEtcher IIA
TM
Intraoral Sandblaster
The MicroEtcher IIA is recognized as one of the most valuable tools for dentistry. The MicroEtcher provides precise
surface micro-roughening, improving bond strength up to
400%. Surface area and surface reactivity is dramatically
increased for maximum bond. Sandblasting is fast and easy
with most surface roughening procedures requiring only a few
seconds. It offers all stainless construction and replaceable
carbide tip. Now with a permanently affixed jar lid and spill
resistant abrasive filter.
MicroEtcher IIA
Ref # 22005-01
Includes same features of the II plus:
• MicroEtcher IIA handpiece
• Fully Autoclavable
• 360O rotatable and removable nozzle
• Slim Profile nozzle offers better intraoral usability.
MicroEtcher II
TM
Intraoral Sandblaster
All the performance and applications offered by the model
IIA. Only the nozzle is autoclavable. All stainless construction.
Replaceable carbide tip. Now with a permanently affixed jar lid
and spill resistant abrasive filter.
MicroEtcher II
Ref # 22000-03
Includes same features of the ERC plus:
• MicroEtcher II handpiece
• 360O rotatable and removable nozzle
MicroEtcher ERC
TM
Laboratory Sandblaster
The economical MicroEtcher ERC model offers thee same
performance and durability as the MicroEtcher II and IIA
IIA.
The nozzle may be rotated 180o in either direction but is
not removable. The ERC can be cold sterilized but not
autoclaved. It is not intended for intraoral use, and features
stainless construction.
Includes:
• MicroEtcher ERC handpiece
• .048 carbide nozzle assembly
• 9’ Airline
• 2 jars & o-ring kit
• Instruction Manual
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
MicroEtcher ERC
Ref # 21000-03
Sand Blasting
MicroEtcher CD
TM
Intraoral Sandblaster
The most valuable tool for dentistry is now even more
versatile! A custom disconnect at the rear of the MicroEtcher
CD, allows you to plug the unit directly into your KaVo*,
Sirona*, Bien-Air* or NSK* handpiece connector. Get the same
great performance and all the features of the MicroEtcher IIA.
MicroEtcher CD
Sirona* Ref # 201935-00
KaVo* Ref # 201936-00
BIEN-AIR* Ref # 93825
NSK* Ref # 93855
Includes same features of the IIA plus::
• MicroEtcher CD handpiece
• Connects directly into Kavo* or Sirona* connectors
Optional Nozzles
II Nozzle
.048 600
Ref # 201802-00
Sandblaster Nozzles
Interchangeable nozzles for the MicroEtcher II and IIA.
New smaller .032” tip is ideal for intraoral applications
(pit & fissure preps or porcelain repair) as it reduces the
amount of dust and provides for a more focused pattern of
abrasive.
Pit & Fissure Nozzle
.032 600
Ref # 186113
Slim Profile
IIA Nozzle
.048 600
Ref # 201865-00
Sand Trap
TM
Intraoral Dust Confinement
Soft plastic sphere slips onto high speed suction, and with the
MicroEtcher tip inserted through the top opening, trap the
abrasive.
Sand Traps
15 pack
Ref # 22006
*Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Sand Blasting
MicroEtcher Benefits
While sandblasting with a MicroEtcher has many benefits, it is
unmatched in its ability to increase the surface area of a variety of
materials. This offers the outstanding benefit of increasing bond
strength without the need for etching with strong acids.
MicroEtcher SEM’s
TM
Surface Area Increase
Typical Etching: Diamond bur abrasion on alloy
MicroEtcher abrasion on alloy
Micro-Sandblasting
up to 400%
400%
200%
Diamond Bur
120%
Untreated
Baseline
100%
SSandpaper
(reduction disks)
140%
Preparation Methods
MicroEtcher Uses:
• Etching all metals, composites & amalgam
for maximum bond strength
• Aiding in intraoral porcelain repair
• Prepping for pit & fissure restoration
• Cleaning dark grooves to reveal decay
• Prepping incipient lesions and minor Class I & V
• Debriding bur preps for best esthetics & bonds
Ideal for intraoral porcelain repair.
Removes cement rapidly from internal surface of
crown & bridge prior to recementation. Use while
relining and repairing dentures.
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Dust is easily contained in one of the Danville
cabinet units.
Sand Blasting
Hook Up Guide
MicroEtcher & MicroProphy Quick Disconnects
Quick Disconnect Installation: The
MicroEtcher and Microprophy are
designed to operate over a pressure
range of 50 to 120 psi (3.4 - 8.3 bars).
Either can be installed using one of
three options: a Quick Disconnect
Kit, a Laboratory Quick Disconnect
or a Handpiece Adapter. A review of
the following information will help you
decide which adapter is best suited to
your needs. Higher pressures will lead to
superior performance.
Option 1
Quick Disconnect Kit: The Quick
Disconnect Kit is designed to be used in
the operatory for chairside sandblasting.
The kit consists of a female disconnect, a
tee which is spliced into the line coming
from the compressor before the pressure
regulator (i.e., junction box or cart),
and a separate male connection. The
male connection is installed on the end
of the MicroEtcher tubing. A tee (with
the female connection) may be installed
in more than one operatory so that the
MicroEtcher with its male disconnect may
be used in each room.
Option 2
Lab Quick Disconnect Kit: In the
laboratory there is generally an air line
with 80 - 100 psi (5.5 - 6.9 bars) pressure.
If an air jet (stopcock) is present, the
Lab Quick Disconnect with its female
disconnect is designed to be permanently
installed on it. The male disconnect is
installed on the end of the MicroEtcher
tubing. With a female Quick Disconnect
installed in the lab, and also in the
operatory, the MicroEtcher can be used in
both places.
Option 3
Handpiece Adapter: If there is an extra
handpiece line in the operatory which can
be adjusted to 50 psi or more (3.4 bars),
the handpiece adapter can be installed on
the end of the MicroEtcher tubing.
Air Source
Description
Chairside
The barbed tee is
installed directly in
the incoming air line,
either in the cart or
in the junction box.
Cut the air line to
install the tee.
Quick Disconnect Kit
Male & female with barbed
tee for 1/4” air line.*
50 - 120 Psi
(3.5 - 8 Bars)
Diagram
Initial Hook Up Kit
PN 44000
Barbed Tee
Female
Male Only Quick Disconnect
PN 44020
Male
Chairside
As above.
Female Only
Quick disconnect with barb
tee for 1/4” air line.*
Secondaryy Outlet Kits
PN 44010
Barbed Tee
Female
Laboratory Stopcock
Slip tubing end over
the stopcock.
Female Only
Quick disconnect.
PN 44017
Slip Over Stopcock
Female
Laboratory Stopcock
Slip tubing end over
the stopcock.
Female & Male
Quick disconnect.
PN 44007
Female
Slip Over Stopcock
Sto
Male
Handpiece Line
Screw on the
adapter. Adjust the
air pressure.
4-5 Hole Handpiece
Adapter
PN 44075
Handpiece Adapter
Kavo Style
Kavo Adapter
PN 201431-00
SScrew
crew on Outlet
Screw on Outlet
* Special hook up connections, i.e., tees, plastic and copper lines are also available.
Contact our Customer Service Department for assistance.
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Sand Blasting
Not All Abrasives Are Equal
The final performance and result is greatly influenced by the
abrasive selected. Danville only sells the highest quality medical
grade alpha alumina. Particles are precisely sized and desiccated
for an even flow and an efficient cut. Poorly graded abrasives can
clog equipment or cause intermittent flow, due to the presence of
oils, contaminants and even slight moisture content.
90 Micron 1 lb.
Ref # 15201
50 Micron 1 lb.
Ref # 15301
Abrasive
90 Micron 1 lb.
Ref # 16101
SA-85 Micron 1 lb.
Ref # 14001
Application
For Use In
Part No.
PrepStart,
PrepStart H2O
80042A (27 μm)
Bonding & cavity prep. General use, metal,
porcelain, acrylic, non-metal surfaces.
MicroEtcher
PrepStart
15301 (50 μm)
Aluminum Oxide (tan)
Bonding prep. Metal surfaces only. Fast cement removal from crowns & brackets.
MicroEtcher
15201 (90 μm)
Glass Beads
Not for bonding prep. Creates satin luster
on metal surfaces and removes plaque from
dentures.
MicroEtcher
16101 (90 μm)
Microprophy B
Sodium Bicarbonate
Sodium bicarbonate. Spearmint flavor, no
surfactant. Prophylaxis cleaning.
All air polishers
17011 (90 μm)
Microprophy B+
Sodium Bicarbonate
Sodium bicarbonate. Spearmint flavor, with
surfactant. Prophylaxis cleaning.
Microprophy only
17001 (90 μm)
Orthoprophy SA-85
Soft Alumina
Resin removal. Remove orthodontic, pit
and fissure resins, ceramic bracket cement,
temporary cement.
MicroEtcher
14001 (85 μm)
Aluminum Oxide (white) Bonding & cavity prep. General use, metal,
porcelain, acrylic, composites & metals.
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27 Micron 1 lb.
Ref # 80042A
Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Sand Blasting
Dental Surface Silicating Powder
for Cementation & Repair
SilJet System can be used to prepare most dental
restorative surfaces for restoration or cementation.
It can be used intraorally with a MicroEtcher for
repair of ceramic, zirconia, alumina, composite, and
metal surfaces. It is also ideal for preparation of the
bonding surfaces of crowns/onlays/bridges for improved
adhesion. Compares to CoJet*
Kit includes: 40gm SilJet powder, 10ml S-Bond, 10ml
E-Bond, 40 Microbrushes, 2gm each Accolade OP Mask
Tooth and White shades and twenty 25-gauge tips.
Reorder Numbers:
SilJet Kit
3 (40gm) jars SilJet Powder
1 (10ml) bottle S-Bond
1 (10ml) bottle E-Bond
20 (25-gauge) tips
40 Microbrushes
2 (2gm) syringes of
Accolade OP Mask (tooth/white)
Ref# 93577
Ref# 93596
Ref# 89104
Ref# 89107
Ref# 90857
Ref# 90180
Ref# 93597/93598
Porcelain Repair
Procedure Guide
SilJet
1
2
3
4
5
Place a generous bevel on
the remaining porcelain.
SilJet the fractured porcelain,
exposed metal and ceramic
layers. 40-45 psi air pressure
is optimal.
Entire surface to be repaired
should exhibit a silica coating.
Generous air spray is applied
to blow off alumina particles.
Silica will remain attached to
the surface.
S-Bond silane primer is
applied in a thin layer to all
SilJet treated surfaces.
6
7
8
9
10
1
0
After 30 seconds dwell time,
dry the silanated surface with
a water free air stream.
Accolade OP Mask can now
be applied directly from the
syringe via needle in a very
thin layer to block any grey
or yellow metal that may
be exposed. Light cure at a
minimum of 600 mwatt for
30 seconds.
E-Bond is applied liberally
over the entire repair surface. E-Bond is air thinned to
assure an even layer.
The E-Bond layer is cured
with a 600 mwatt minimum
curing light for10 seconds.
A paste type composite may
now be applied to match the
existing fractured porcelain.
Finally, finish the restoration
by polishing.
*Not a Trademark of Danville
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Dust Cabinets
Self-Contained Dust Cabinet
MicroCab+ is the most effective sandblast and grinding
containment system available. Offering a large internal
work space, the MicroCab+ still maintains a small footprint.
Optional wall mount bracket makes the unit even more
versatile without taking up valuable counter space. Custom
ergonomic design offers integrated handle, bright LED
light and quiet fan/filter. Inexpensive disposable windows
easily changed. The MicroCab+ is a must have in any lab or
operatory. 120v DC or 220v DC.
MicroCab+
Includes 5 windows
6.2" (h) x 8.7" (w) x 10.5" (d)
Ref # 91010 (120v)
Ref # 91354 (220v)
Disposable windows
Ref # 91286 10/pk
Wall mount bracket
Ref # 91350
Self-Contained Dust Cabinet
MacroCab+
7.7" (h) x 12.5" (w) x 10.5" (d)
Ref # 91556 (120v)
Ref # 91740 (220v)
Safety Shield (10 pack)
MacroCab Ref # 201360
MicroCab Ref # 201359
Compact, yet larger, this unit offers an efficient and
comfortable design where you only insert your fingers
with handpiece to work. Bright LED lights provide ideal
illumination. Featuring built-in dust collection/filtration
system. It is easy to clean and the filter lasts for years. It
is quiet, made of heavy gauge aluminum with an anodized
finish. 120v DC or 220v DC.
Safety Shields
Disposable Window Shields
Extend the life of your MacroCab or MicroCab+ window
with disposable window shields. When placed under
cabinets original window, these safety shields protect it
from harsh abrasive.
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Prophy and Tin Plating
MicroProphy II
TM
Air Abrasive Prophylaxis
No air polisher is more reliable or affordable. It removes
superficial stains rapidly, even in areas a prophy cup won’t
reach. It cleans interproximally and around orthodontic
fixtures and removes stains in darkened grooves to diagnose
lesions and is ideal for pit & fissure preparation. Nozzle
rotates 360° and is autoclavable.
• Use wet or dry
• Clean proximals & anatomy
• Remove stains
• Pit & Fissure prep
Abrasive
B+ Sodium Bicarb
1 lb. (for MicroProphy)
Ref # 17001
Sodium Bicarb
1 lb. (for other units)
Ref # 17011
MicroProphy II
Ref # 201684-00
Increase bond to noble alloys
About 1/3 the cost per application,
compared to metal primers
MicroTin
TM
Tin Electroplater
MicroTin increases resin to noble alloy bond up to 250%.
Greatly enhances long term bond. Resins do not chemically
bond well to non-reactive noble metals. MicroTin creates
a 0.5 micron “priming” layer of tin crystals to enhance bond
strength.
Tin Plated
MicroTin Kit
Handpiece, 12mL Tin Solution, Crown
Holder & Clip Plating Tips, Batteries.
Tin Solution Refill 12mL.
Sandblasted
Ref # 30150
Ref # 35110
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IPR System
C-SAW
TM
Inter-Proximal Reduction System
& Inter-Proximal Finishing System
Danville’s C-Saw system with patented GPS Separator
is ideal for inter proximal reduction. In addition, natural
contours are easily recreated. It provides rapid straight, safe
proximal reduction. The full system includes an air-driven,
high-torque reciprocating handpiece, diamond blades,
diamond strips in a C-Saw frame and a unique GP Separator
( proximal spreading clamp to allow easy blade insertion
between the teeth and does double duty to protect the
gingiva and tongue).
• Great for Invisalign,™ Essex,
& similar aligners.
• Slenderizing reciprocal files
CSAW Kit
Ref # 93094
5K motor, Contra Angle 1:1,
1 GPS clamp, 8 Files, GPS Plier
• Rapid enamel recontouring
• GPS Prevents injury to soft tissues
• Made in the USA
5,000 RPM Motor & Reciprocating Contra Angle 1:1
Air drive motor provides high torque and resists stalling.
Autoclavable.
GPS Separator & Pliers
Glosso Papilla Separator
•Proximal Separation
• Protect papillae, tongue and lips
• Autoclavable
• Easy Application with custom pliers
• Can be used with anterior matrices
GPS Kit Ref # 93579 / GPS Ref # 93366 /
Pliers Ref # 93760
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• low cost and autoclavable
• Tapered & Shovel blades
• 4 Grits: reducing (120 grit),
finishing(70 grit) , pre-polish (40
grit) & polish(15 grit).
• Press fit file into place—no wrench
required!
Shovel file
120μ, .46mm thick
70μ, .44mm thick
40μ, .33mm thick
15μ, .30mm thick
Color Coded
Contact EZ PRO
Grit (μ) and thickness profile (mm)
Tapered file
Call for availability!
Files: Also available in refills Ref # 93365
(Images are approx. 2x actual file size)
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Adhesives
Prelude
TM
Self-Etch, Total Etch & Dual-Cure In One System
tem
Independent tests confirm that Prelude has the very high 5
minute and 24 hour bond strengths. It also has the smallest
standard deviation, proving Prelude to be very technique
insensitive.
Prelude is extremely forgiving in the presence of moisture.
Too wet, or too dry is not a concern. Its water/ethanol
formulation tolerates an environment that would adversely
affect other products.
The remarkably low 5 micron film thickness means
restoration fit is not affected and it will not present a
radiolucent layer. Bond strengths to cut and un-cut enamel
are extremely high. It is ideal for Cerec* and other cast
systems.
• Use on dentin, cut & uncut enamel, porcelain, and composites.
• Light-Cure & Dual-Cure.
• Self-Etch & Total-Etch.
• Fast, simple application.
• Consistently exceptional results.
• Versatile
• Reproducible
Prelude TE Total-Etch Kit
Ref # 90994
Adhesive (5ml), Link (5ml), MicroPrime (5ml),
SureEtch (5gm), Mixing Wells (10), Microbrushes (40)
Refills:
• Strong
• Forgiving
• At 5μ it is ideal for Cerec* and other indirect restorations.
Prelude Primer (#1)
The primer is water based
with a methacryl phosphate
and hydrophilic monomer to
condition the tooth prior to
restoration.
Prelude Adhesive (#2)
Adhesive used by itself, without
the self-etching primer, serves as a
superior total-etch adhesive when
total etch technique is preferred. It
compares to Optibond Solo Plus.*
1
Prelude SE Self-Etch Kit
Ref # 90990
Primer (5ml), Adhesive (5ml), Link (5ml),
Mixing Wells (10), Microbrushes (40)
Prelude Primer/Adhesive 2/pk (5gm)
Prelude Prime (5gm)
Prelude Adhesive (5gm)
Prelude Link (5gm)
MicroPrime B (10ml)
MicroPrime G (10ml)
SureEtch Gel (5gm)
Ref # 91024
Ref # 90972
Ref # 90974
Ref # 90976
Ref # 87001
Ref # 90814
Ref # 89463
Prelude Link (#3)
Link converts Prelude to dualcure when needed for self/dual
cure composites. Link makes
Prelude ideal for posts and
other indirect restorations.
Studies Available Upon Request
*Not a Trademark of Danville
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Adhesives
Prelude Performance
TM
Fastest Application!1
Shear Bond Strength
on Dentin at 5min. in self-etch
technique
80 Sec
Apply/ Thin Adhesive
Apply/ Thin Primer
70
60 Sec
Prelude
Mix Adhesive
Cure
Clearfil SE
50
Xeno III
40 Sec
SBS, MPa
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15
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Studies available upon request.
Adhesives
Prelude Self-Etch Technique
1
2
TM
Use an air syringe to gently evaporate the solvent. Surface need not
remain shiny.
For Anti-microbial protection MicroPrime B or G may be applied and
dried. Apply Primer (#1) to enamel
& dentin. Scrub for 10 seconds with
a MicroBrush*. Do not rinse.
4
3
5
Apply Adhesive (#2) with a
new MicroBrush*. Scrub for 10
seconds.
6
For indirect restorations:
Dab Dual/Self-Cure Link (#3)
liberally onto Adhesive with a
MicroBrush™. Evaporate solvent
with air syringe. Apply self cure or
dual cure composite to restoration
(primed appropriately) and seat.
Warning: Dual/Self-Cure Link may
shorten the working time of some selfcure and dual -cure composites.
Li
Light
h cure 10 seconds
d @ 80
800
mwatts. Apply composite.
Evaporate solvent with gentle air
stream. Increase air pressure to
thin Adhesive.
Prelude Total-Etch Technique
1
2
TM
4
5
Evaporate solvent with gentle air
stream. Increase air pressure to
thin Adhesive.
3
Do not blow dry. Blot excess water with a new MicroBrush*, foam
pellet or large paper point. For antimicrobial protection MicroPrime B
or G can be applied and left damp.
Etch surface for 10 seconds with
SureEtch phosphoric acid etchant. Do
not scrub. Rinse well.
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Adhesive
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new MicroBrush*. Scrub for 10
seconds.
6
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h cure 10 seconds
d @ 80
800
mwatts. Apply composite.
For direct restorations: as the first
increment, place 1/2 mm layer of
flowable composite over entire
floor and box form. Be sure to
seal junction of band and box with
flowable. Light cure.
For direct restorations: as the first
increment, place 1/2 mm layer of
flowable composite over entire
floor and box form. Be sure to
seal junction of band and box with
flowable. Light cure.
For indirect restorations:
Dab Dual/Self-Cure Link (#3)
liberally onto Adhesive with a
MicroBrush™. Evaporate solvent
with air syringe. Apply self cure or
dual cure composite to restoration
(primed appropriately) and seat.
Warning: Dual/Self-Cure Link may
shorten the working time of some selfcure and dual -cure composites.
*Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Adhesives
Single Bottle Primer
Z-Bond is a brush on single bottle primer for zirconia
and alumina ceramics used prior to dental filling materials
for direct restoration (repair) and cements for indirect
restoration. While primarily for zirconia and alumina, the
product also provides improved adhesion when used to
prepare precious and non-precious metals. Z-Bond is contraindicated on lithium disilicates where silanes perform better.
•
•
Adhesive intraoral repair of defects in zirconia and
alumina restorations.
Conditioning of zirconia and alumina restorations prior
to cementation, e.g., crowns, inlays, onlays, etc.
1 (5ml) bottle Z-Bond
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Prelude
TM
One Component Adhesive
Prelude One is a light-curable single component self-etch
and self-prime adhesive designed to bond composite resins
directly to dentin and enamel. It may also be used for
intraoral repairs of properly prepared zirconia, alumina,
metal and composite restorations. In conjunction with
Danville’s Prelude Dual/Self-Cure Link, it will bond dual-cure
composites such as Rock Core and Starfill 2B.
1 (5ml) bottle PreludeOne
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Ref# 91653
Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Flowable Composites / Core Build-Up
Accolade
TM
Thixotropic Flowable Composite
Accolade flowable is highly thixotropic so it adapts readily
but does not slump.
Ideal for all flowable composite applications including Class V
and bonding veneers.
With a 0.7 micron filler, Accolade offers great esthetics,
polishability and handling qualities. It’s natural florescence
prevents ‘drop-out’ in black light conditions. Fluoride slow
release.
Accolade
available in 14 Vita* Shades!
Accolade is ideal:
• As a base.
• For lingual splints: Place bead of composite over adhesive and
arch wire then light cure. Fast, smooth attachment.
• For fiber splints: Place adhesive on tooth. Coat fiber with
Accolade, syringe a bead over adhesive. Place fiber and light cure.
• When cementing light-transmitting brackets or cementing
Invisalign* Attachments.
• Superb esthetics
• Excellent polishability
Shade
5gm
Shade
5gm
A-00op
90553
A-5
90554
A-0
90552
B-1
90550
A-1
90546
B-2
90555
A-2
90547
C-2
90556
A-3
90548
C-4
90557
A-3.5
90549
Dentin
90558
A-4
90840
Incisal
90551
Accolade Technique
TM
1
Mirror view of prep.
2
Place 1/2 mm of Accolade on floor and
box of preparation. Seal junction of band
and box with Accolade. Light Cure.
3
Place universal or packable
composite, sculpt and light cure.
4
Final restoration after polish.
*Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Flowable Composites / Core Build-Up
Accolade SRO
TM
Super Radiopaque Flowable Composite
With a radiopacity of 320% of aluminum (similar to titanium),
radiographs were never easier to read! Recently confirmed by
a leading clinical reviewer, Accolade SRO is among the most
radiopaque flowable on the market, yet is value priced. As a
0.7 micron hybrid microfill, Accolade SRO also offers
exceptional strength, esthetics and the polishability of
StarFlow and Accolade.
• Superior radiopacity
Accolade SRO 0.7 micron fill
• Superb esthetics
• Excellent polishability
The advantage is clear!
• 0.7 micron fill
• Natural Fluorescence
Others 3-4 micron fill
1gm
5gm
A-2
91415
91387
A-5
91416
91388
Extra Light
91417
91389
White Opaquer
93829
93830
320%
Accolade SRO
350
Accolade SRO
TM
270%
Radiopacity
Standard Composite
300
Setting the standard!
250
200%
190%
190%
185%
200
150
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Plus Flow, Artiste, and Tetric Flow
are NOT registered trademarks
of Danville Materials.
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Flowable Composites / Core Build-Up
StarFlow
TM
Flowable Composite
Intro Kit
(3) 5gm syringes
(A-2, A-3.5, & Incisal)
(100) 20 gauge tips
Ref # 85071
StarFlow’s superior flow characteristics and esthetics make
ideal results easy. Sub-micron particle size gives superior
polishability and resistance to staining. A leading clinical
reviewer showed StarFlow to have the highest compressive
strength of any flowable composite. True Vita* shade match,
radiopaque and non-sticky. It offers fluoride slow release and
natural fluorescence. (For higher viscosity, we offer Accolade)
StarFlow uses:
• Conservative Restorations i.e. pit fissures
Trial Kit
(4) 1gm syringes
(A-1, A-2, A-3.5, & Incisal)
(20) 20 gauge tips
Ref # 89485
• Low wear applications
• Cavity Liner
• Refining TurboTemp. Ideal for use with
all provisional composites
Compressive Strength of Flowable Resins
Individual Syringes
Shade
Flow-It!
100
FloRestore
200
StarFlow
300
Aelite Flo
400
Ultraseal XT plus
500
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1gm
5gm
Shade
1gm
5gm
A-00op
89465
89421
A-5
89471
85041
A-0
89466
89397
B-1
N/A
90471
A-1
89467
85051
B-2
89472
85055
A-2
89468
85052
C-2
89473
85056
A-3
89469
85053
C-4
89474
85057
A-3.5
89470
85054
Dentin
89476
85058
A-4
90749
90750
Incisal
89475
85059
TM
Microfill Flowable Composite
Aria’s microfill formulation offers polishability and flexibility
no hybrid can match! Ideal for facials and Class V. High
translucency gives Aria “chameleon” qualities, necessitating
only a limited number of shades. Aria seems to disappear
into the surface making it an ideal companion to Accolade
and StarFlow when less opacity is desired.
Shade
1gm
5gm
A-1
89356
89360
A-2
89357
89361
A-3.5
89358
89362
Incisal
89359
89363
Starter Kit
1gm of each shade &
(20) 18 gauge tips
Ref # 89355
* Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
"I am a user of the Contact matrix for ten years
now and the ABC Wedge
is the best invention since sectíonal matrices
came up!"
-Michael Menges, DDS, Salach, Germany
“An ideal bite registration material exhibits
qualities such as stack-ability, trim-ability,
accuracy and firm and rapid set with just
enough resiliency to flex away from undercuts
without fracture. Alpha Bite leaves nothing on
the wish list.”
-Foroud Hakim, DDS, Vice Chair, Curriculum
Director, Dept. of Restorative Dentistry,
University of the Pacific
"The ABC Wedge is an easy inexpensive
solution to a common problem. It's simple
conservative and very practical."
-Mark Gottlieb, DDS
Levittown, NY
Dentistry Today CE Leader
"I recently purchased a Prep Start H2O and
I love it! I have treated small class 1 and 2
lesions painlessly and without anesthesia. It is
easy to control the instrument and conserves
healthy tooth structure.
My patients are amazed by how easy and
painless the procedures are. It is a small
sacrifice to have a "gritty" feeling in their
mouths. Unlike other air abrasion devices,the
addition of the water curtain keeps the
operatory environment relatively dust free. I
also like it's relative small size.This device is a
definite practice booster."
-Stephen Ginsberg, DDS, Mansfield MA
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27-7940 or visit danvillematerials.com
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Flowable Composites / Core Build-Up
Posterior composites…
by converting a Class II into a Class I
and “bite formed” into occlusion
Raymond L. Bertolotti DDS
1. After isolation, cut conservative prep (Fig. 1), using Caries Finder or Caries
Detector to guide prep and caries removal. Stop at “pink haze” on the pulpal floor.
(There is no pink haze on the axial walls.) Small bevels on the occlusal margin are
generally desirable to remove loose enamel rods thereby preventing white line
formation.
2. An optional but highly desirable step is to use air abrasion to clean and roughen
the prep after caries removal. A MicroEtcher run at about 40 psi (2.8 bars) works
well. The Prepstart also works well but be sure to greatly reduce pressure. (60 psi
or 4 bars) (Fig. 2)
Figure 1
Figure 2
3. Apply Prelude Primer (#1) to dry or damp enamel and dentin for 10 sec. (Fig. 3)
Take care to be sure that the occlusal margin remains wet with the liquid Primer.
It is not necessary to light cure the primer since it’s too thin to polymerize, due to
oxygen inhibition. Thoroughly air dry (no wash).
Figure 3
4. Apply Prelude Adhesive (#2) with a clean Microbrush*. Dry gently to rid the
Adhesive of solvent. Light cure the Adhesive layer (light penetrates to cure the
primer too). With a good light (800mwatts or more), 10 seconds should suffice.
5. Place sectional matrix. Wedge if the gingival margin needs to be closed. The Danville
Contact Wedge can be used when there is a long tooth or a root concavity. (Fig. 4) It
is best to invert wood wedges “apex down”, or use a round toothpick instead. When
placed apex upward, the wedge distorts the contour and might even open the contact.
Figure 4
6. Add Contact Ring or MegaRing. (Fig. 5) The converging tines of the rings allow
placement above the wedge with good retention and matrix adaptation. MegaRing
gives strong separation and is springy, like nickel-titanium.
7. Apply a thin (less than 1 mm) coat of light cure flowable composite (Accolade
SRO recommended) with needle tip to cervical margin only. Cure this layer. Then
add more flowable composite to build a marginal ridge to full height. Cure
increments as necessary, never exceeding 2 mm per increment. (Fig. 6)
Figure 5
*Not a trademark of Danville Materials
Figure 6
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Flowable Composites / Core Build-Up
8. Place a thin layer of flowable composite to the pulpal floor (if none has overlapped onto it). Light cure again. Now add more flowable to the level of the enamel
but not onto the enamel to void “coupling” the dentin and enamel, max 2 mm thick
per increment. Light cure each increment fully.
9. Remove matrix. A MegaGrip forcep may come in handy here.
Figure 7
10. Remove rubber dam if used.
11. Mark occlusion (Fig. 7) and adjust the marginal ridge to allow full CO (Centric
Occlusion) closure. (Fig. 8) You now have a class I cavity to fill!
12. Wash and dry prep. Optionally, place a layer of bonding agent to re-wet the prep
and composite surface. Place light cure posterior composite (such as Heliomolar for
best wear resistance, AP-X* for best strength, Estelite Sigma* for best esthetics and
handling), slightly overfilling, taking care to insure all margins are covered. (Fig. 9)
One increment will usually suffice to place the “enamel” layer.
13. Place a glycerine gel (Danville’s blue Liquid Lens is ideal) on the occlusal surface
of the composite. (Fig. 10)
Figure 8
Figure 9
14. Have patient bite into CO. While in CO, it is sometimes possible to trans-enamel
cure from the buccal. (Fig 11) The bite form will establish the occlusion, leaving only
flash of composite to remove. (You may use a “trial bite” before light cure to expedite flash removal.)
15. Have the patient open and light cure from occlusal. A “soft start” cure (150200 on meter for at least 10 sec.) decreases stress in the composite. To decrease
power density step back 1cm to reduce mwatts by 50%.
Figure 10
16. Finish and polish. I like Bisco’s Raptor* to add grooves, and Vivadent’s Astropol *
to final polish. The restoration is now complete. (Fig. 12)
Figure 11
Figure 12
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Flowable Composites / Core Build-Up
Rock Core
TM
Core Build-Up Composite
Rock Core stands with few other products as a staple of
crown and bridge dentistry. It is a dual-cure composite with
high compressive strength and cuts like dentin. It’s white
color makes it easy to differentiate from tooth structure.
For anterior restorations shade A-2 is available.
Many dentists also use Rock Core as a luting agent for
composite posts. It offers snap set with a light, or will self
cure in five minutes. The thixotropic properties of Rock
Core allow "stacking" without a matrix band facilitating a
"mono blue" effect with post/core structures. It's 18μ film
thickness makes it an ideal cement in combination with
Prelude.
StarFill 2B
Rock Core
25ml Automix Cartridge
A-2 Shade
Ref# 93831
White Shade
Ref# 90838
Dispenser Gun
Ref # 90130
TM
Dual-Cure Composite
StarFill 2B dual-cure flowable composite is ideal where
composite is inaccessible to light. Dual-cure chemistry allows
fast set with a light, or self-cures intraorally in approximately
21/2 minutes. Flowability allows easy
asy adaptation. As a
cavity liner, shrinkage occurs towards
rds the tooth. Excellent for
luting crowns, posts and opaque veneers
neers where light-cure is
questionable. In combination with air abrasion, crown margins
can be repaired safely. Simply workk Prelude Primer, Adhesive
and Link into the open margin and inject into the prepared
crevice. No light required under thee margin.
• Radiopaque
• 0.7 micron fill
• Fluoride slow release
• Dentin shaded
• Cement post & restorations
• Ideal cavity liner
• 16μ film thickness makes it
ideal for crown cementation in
conjunction with Prelude.
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
StarFill 2B
Automix
10gm
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90150
Ref # 9015
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Posts
ICELight
TM
Light Transmitting Composite Post
ICELight is the next generation of esthetic posts from
Danville! ICELight features 70% fill of parallel glass fibers
for exceptional strength. It’s flexibility is close to dentin so
stress is distributed, minimizing the risk of cervical fractures.
ICELight is light transmitting for use with light-cure as well
as self/dual-cured composites and adhesives. Posts are also
presilanated, making placement quick, and the radiopacity
offers significant benefits.
Refills 10 Posts & 1 Reamer
1.0 mm
1.2 mm
1.4 mm
1.6 mm
90378-01
90380-01
90382-01
90384-01
ICElight Intro Kit
20 assorted posts & 4 reamers
Ref # 90080-01
Reamer Refills (For All Posts)
1.0 mm
1.2 mm
1.4 mm
1.6 mm
90325
90327
90329
90331
ICEpost Intro Kit
20 assorted posts & 4 reamers
Ref # 90079-01
Reamers match post sizes and provide ideal space
for composite to vent.
ICEPost
TM
Composite Post
The ICEpost offers the same benefits as the IceLight, except that
it is not light transmitting. Four post sizes match corresponding
reamers for ease of access and seating.
Refills 10 Posts & 1 Reamer
1.0 mm
1.2 mm
1.4 mm
1.6 mm
90082-01
90083-01
90088-01
90089-01
Reamer Refills (For All Posts)
1.0 mm
1.2 mm
1.4 mm
1.6 mm
90325
90327
90329
90331
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Porcelain Veneer Kits
Accolade PV
TM
Veneer Placement System
Accolade PV is a complete veneer application
system designed by a major lecturer & clinician. Six
shades included in the kit satisfy nearly all situations.
Accolade is highly thixotropic so it adapts readily but
does not slump. Excellent polish and wear resistance.
Now with natural fluorescence and 0.7 micron filler.
PV Composite Refills
PV Try-In Composite Paste Refills
Translucent 5gm
90560 Translucent 5gm
91233
Light 3gm
90561 Light 3gm
91234
Extra Light 3gm
90559 Extra Light 3gm
91235
White Opaquer 3gm
90562 White Opaquer 3gm
91236
Brown 3gm
91231 Brown 3gm
91237
Yellow 3gm
91232 Yellow 3gm
91238
Revolutionary PV Try-In Composites are ultra slow
set composites, eliminating the need for full removal.
PV Try-In Composite provides a highly accurate
shade. Excess Try-in composite is simply brushed off
and the matching Accolade PV Composite is directly
applied. Conventional water or glycerin based pastes
are often not true to color and are a source of
contamination and bond failure.
Accolade PV Kit
Ref # 91216
• Revolutionary Try-In Composite
• Developed by leading clinician
• Complete Kit with adhesive,
silane & composite
Scan with smartphone
to view Accolade PV
technique guide.
Veneer Kit
Accolade PV Composite: Translucent 5gms, Light
3gms, Extra Light 3gms, White Opaquer 3gms, Brown
3gms, & Yellow 3gms.
Before Veneers
Prep
Accolade Try-in Composites: Translucent 5gms,
Light 3gms, Extra Light 3gms, White Opaquer 3gms,
Brown 3gms, & Yellow 3gms.
Prelude SE bonding system: Prelude Adhesive.
SureEtch Gel: 37% phosphoric etchant.
S-Bond: prehydrolized silane yields bond strength with
superior stability.
Try-In
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Porcelain Veneer Kits
Accolade PV Try-In Composite Pastes
TM
A Simplified System For Bonding Porcelain Veneers
Raymond L. Bertolotti DDS
Over 25 years of clinical experience led the author to the following conclusions about porcelain veneers:
1. Most porcelain veneer bonding systems are needlessly complicated.
2. Most, if not all, try-in pastes are unacceptably off true color.
3. Water or glycerin based try-in pastes are a source of contamination, often leading to veneer failures.
With these points in mind, a new porcelain veneer bonding system was designed to be problem free. The system is
known as Accolade PV, by Danville Materials.
First let’s discuss try-in pastes. Most are water or glycerin based, not true to color of the composite resins that
are subsequently used to bond the veneers. Accolade PV uses a patent pending composite try-in paste, with the same color as
Accolade PV, but with a very long working time created by reducing the activity of the catalyst. After try-in, it is not
necessary to completely remove the try-in composite. The polymerization activity of the final bonding composite will
polymerize any remnants of the try-in composite. Thereby concerns 2 and 3 above are solved.
The author finds that Accolade PV Translucent shade will produce an acceptable veneer shade about 80% of the time.
The most commonly needed shade to correct a try-in is a slightly opaqued white, Accolade PV Light. Occasionally an even
lighter, more opaque shade is needed, called Extra Light. For an even whiter result, Accolade PV has a shade called White
Opaque. It is usually too white and opaque to use by itself; instead it is used as a blending shade. In the unlikely event that
darker is needed,
Danville offers Accolade PV Yellow and PV Brown, as well as dark Vita shades of Accolade.
With only 6 well-selected shades, Accolade PV solves the problem that most veneer systems are unnecessarily
complicated.
Here is an illustration of a try-in on a dark tooth (figure 1), using Accolade PV, On tooth number 9, two Try-In Pastes are used
simultaneously (figure 2). On the distal half is Accolade PV Light, the mesial is Accolade PV Translucent. The try-in is pictured
in figure 3. The Light shade was selected, based on this try-in. The final veneer is pictured in figure 4. It produced an excellent
shade match when bonded alongg with Accolade PV Light.
g The adhesive used was Danville’s Prelude.
Figure 1 (before)
Figure 2
Figure 3 (try-in)
Figure 4 (after)
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Provisional Composite
TM
TurboTemp 2 and 3
Temporary Crown & Bridge Materials
Turbotemp 2 is one of the market leaders. The properties
that make a temporary C & B material desirable are:
esthetics, low shrinkage for a precise fit, low exothermal
generation, high flexural strength, precise set time & minimal
oxygen inhibition layer. Turbotemp 2 has excelled in all of
these attributes. It is packaged in a 4:1 cartridge.
Turbotemp 3 is a further improvement with better physical
properties than even Luxatemp®*& Protemp®*, yet is still
about 30% less costly. Turbotemp 3 is in a 10:1 cartridge
which aids in the superior physical properties. Guns for
Turbotemp 2 can easily be converted to 10:1 with free
interchangeable
rchangeable sliders from Danville.
TT2: Starter Kit: 76 gm Cartridge, 10 Mix Tips & Dispensing Gun
A-1
A-2
A-3
A-3.5
B-1
90343
90344
92965
90345
90632
TT3: Refills: 76 gm Cartridge & 10 Mix Tips
A-1
A-2
A-3
A-3.5
B-1
90156
90157
92964
90158
90631
TT3: Starter Kit: 76 gm Cartridge, 10 Mix Tips & Dispensing Gun
A-1
A-2
A-3
A-3.5
B-1
Bleach
93319
93320
93379
93321
93322
93592
TT3: Refills: 76 gm Cartridge & 10 Mix Tips
A-1
A-2
A-3
A-3.5
B-1
Bleach
93323
93324
93369
93325
93326
93591
Product Comparison
Turbo Temp
2
Turbo Temp
3
Luxatemp*
Fluorescence
ProTemp*
A-2
55/95
55/90
65/95
40/80
79/93
78/94
79/94
70/91
Working Time/ Set Time
Barcol 935 Hardness (30min/24hr)
Flexural Strength (Mpa)
Flexural Modulus (Mpa)
Diametral Strength (Mpa)
Compressive Strength (Mpa)
79.4 (4)
81.2 (6)
87.4 (4)
80.6 (5)
2560 (450)
2635 (410)
2600 (155)
2315 (195)
36 (6)
40 (1)
33 (4)
39 (6)
175 (4)
177 (13)
159 (18)
202 (7)
* Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Provisional Composite
Turbo Temp Technique
TM
eee
Veneer Temporaries Made At Turbo SSpeed
Danville’s TurboTemp is especially attractive for anterior veneer
temporaries due to its esthetic Vita colors and slight opacity.
Before the preps
Before preparing the teeth for veneers, make a preliminary impression in a vinyl polysiloxane (VPS) such as Danville’s First
Quarter Monophase. Monophase has the advantage of a very fast set time. The preferred impression tray is an anterior closed
bite tray. Have the patient close into the impression before making the preps. (You may “recontour” the teeth with composite
prior to taking this impression if you wish to build contour changes into your temporaries). Alginate impressions should be
avoided since alginate will not match the accuracy of the VPS material, resulting in excessive finishing time. Should you need to
replace the temporaries, alginate may not be usable.
After the preps
After you have prepared the teeth and a final impression is
completed, you are ready to make the temporaries. You have
a choice to make: bonded or non-bonded temps. If retention
form exists, then non-bonded temps are usually preferred. When
inadequate retention exists, the temps must be bonded for
adequate retention. In the illustration (fig 1), the teeth lack
adequate retention so bonding will be used.
Bonded temps
It’s generally good to etch a spot on each tooth about 3mm
in diameter on the facial surface, away from the incisal edge
(fig 2). After washing and drying, apply a fairly thick bonding
agent such as Danville’s E-Bond to the etched area. Cure
the spot of bonding agent (fig 3).
Inject TurboTemp into the prep areas of the preliminary
impression, being sure to avoid bubble trapping (a needle tip
helps). Have the patient close into the tray. Wait 3 minutes
and then have the patient open. The TurboTemp will
remain on the teeth (fig 4). Remove the gingival flash,
preferably with Danville’s Retract Instrument (fig 5). Light
cure through the TurboTemp in order to attach the
TurboTemp to the spot bond. Repair any bubbles with a
flowable composite such as StarFlow. Polish the facial
surface (fig 6). You are finished (fig 7).
If the temps are bonded, after removal of the temps it will
be necessary to remove the spot of bond; a disc usually
works well. If they are not bonded, fracturing off the
TurboTemp completes removal.
Non-bonded temps
Inject TurboTemp into the prep areas of the preliminary
impression and place in the mouth. After 3 minutes, remove
the impression. The TurboTemp will remain on the
teeth. Do not remove the temps from the teeth but instead
trim off the flash at the margins. A Retract instrument is a
very handy way to cleave off the flash. (Move the Retract
instrument up and down, parallel to the teeth.) To remove
the temps, they will need to be slit with a rotary diamond
and then wedged to fracture into two or more pieces.
An option is to apply MicroPrime prior to forming the
temporaries, as a desensitizer and antimicrobial.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
Figure 4
Figure 5
Figure 6
Figure 7
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Impression Materials
VPS Impression Materials
Ideal Materials For Every Technique & Speed
Highest quality and value priced. Developed with the help of leading clinicians to
make consistent, reliable, results easy! Wash materials are super-hydrophilic and
give a high-gloss surface and high-tear strength. Precise setting time and snapset. Placement in mouth triggers an accelerated set. Formulated from the highest
quality polymers and fillers.
3 Set
Times
1
3/4
Minutes
2
1/4
4
Minutes
1/2
Minutes
First Quarter
Fast Set Impression Material
1 3/4 minutes set! First Quarter VPS is a super fast impression
material great for smaller, Triple Tray* type impressions.
First Half
Medium Set Impression Material
2 1/4 minutes set! First Half VPS is ideal for those that want speed,
but need more time than is offered by the First Quarter series.
New Orthodontic Monophase is ideal for single viscosity full
arch impressions. Available in 50ml cartridges.
Star VPS
Regular Set Impression Material
Star VPS offers a variety of viscosities in the standard set times,
leaving plenty of working time for multiple unit impressions!
* Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Impression Materials
Triple
p Tray
y*
Light Body is syringed around teeth and gingiva. The patient closes on a tray filled
with Heavy bod
dy or M
Mon
onop
opha
hase
se..
Use:
Us
e: Fi
Firs
r t Qu
Q arterr Light Body & Monophase or Heavy Fle
l x
13/4 mi
min
n
First Halff Light Bod
dy & He
Heav
avyy Bo
Body
dy
21/4 min
Star VPS Light Body & Heavy Body
41/2 miin
Dr. JJohn Kois, full arch
Fill tray with Ultra Heavy and let stand. Syringe Ultra Light around
teeth and on top of tray. Place tray until set.
Use: Star VPS Ultra Heavy & Ultra Light
41/2 min
H & H, Dr. Jeff Hoos
Patient closes on Stiff Bite in Triple Tray. When patient opens, retain impression on opposing
arch. A fast set wash material is placed in the impressions. The patient closes again,
forcing the material hydraulically, under the gingiva, without cord, expelling fluids!
Use: First Quarterr Light Body or
13/4 min
First Halff Light Body
21/4 min
Star VPS Heavy Stiff Bite
50sec
Putty/Tray
y
y, full arch
Putty is placed in tray and plastic wrap is placed on top. Place tray until partially
set and then remove from mouth. Plastic wrap is removed after the putty is fully
set. Light body material is syringed around the teeth and into tray, then the tray is
placed in the mouth.
Use: Star VPS Putty & Light Body
41/2 min
Temporary Veneers & Recreating Bite Anatomy
Syringe Clear Bite over tooth before prep (no tray). Veneer: After prep, syringe
composite in impression and place. Squeeze out excess & light-cure through impression material. Occlusal: Place impression over composite, have patient close
and cure through edges then through occlusal.
Use: Star VPS Clear Bite
21/4 min
Full Arch, two viscosity, simultaneous set
Light Body is syringed around teeth and gingiva. Place tray filled with Heavy Flex.
Use: Star VPS Light Body & Heavy Flex
41/2 min
Provisional Impressions
p
, single viscosity
Place quadrant tray filled with Monophase until set.
Use: First Quarterr Monophase
13/4 min
Orthodontic, full arch
Fill tray and place tray until set.
Use: First Halff Monophase Ortho
21/4 min
First Halff Monophase Ortho PM (for Pentamix) 21/4 min
* Not a trademark of Danville Materials
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Impression Materials
First Quarter
Working
Time
Total Time
To Set
Light Body
Monophase
(Chocomint Flavor)
Monophase
1/2
Minute
1
3/4
Minutes
Heavy Body
Working
Time
First Half
Total Time
To Set
4 Pack
Econo
24 Pack
Super Econo
96 Pack
48
89277
89272
89462
90731
62
90901
90900
90902
90903
62
89386
89387
80008-01
90729
65
90913
90809
90810
90811
2 Pack
4 Pack
Econo
24 Pack
Super Econo
96 Pack
Durometer
Color
Color
Light Body
48
90467
90468
90469
90733
Light Body
48
91241
91242
91243
91244
62
91122
91123
91124
91125
63
90648
90649
90650
90732
73
93133
Monophase
Ortho
Heavy Flex
11/4 21/4
Minutes
Minutes
Putty-FS
Working
Time
Star VPS
Total Time
To Set
Ultra Light
Light Body
Heavy Flex
2 4
1/2
Minutes
1/2
Minutes
Ultra Heavy
38
2 Pack
Durometer
(2 400gm Tubs Base & Catalyst)
2 Pack
4 Pack
Econo
24 Pack
Super Econo
96 Pack
48
N/A
80060-01
80061-01
N/A
48
80021-01
80011-01
80009-01
90727
63
80023-01
80013-01
80007-01
90728
65
N/A
80062-01
80065-01
N/A
90
80024-01
80014-01
80006-01
90730
80015-01
80037-01
N/A
Durometer
Color
Heavy Stiff
Bite
20 Seconds
Clear Bite
25 Seconds
2 Minutes
63
80025-01
Putty
90 Seconds
4 ½ Minutes
65
80016
AlphaBite
30 Seconds
60 Seconds
82
93352
N/A
93354
N/A
Noginate
90 Seconds
2 ½ Minutes
45
93553
N/A
93554
N/A
50 Seconds
Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
(2 400gm Tubs Base & Catalyst)
Impression Materials
Impress
∂ lphaBite
TM
Bite Registration Material
AlphaBite is Danville’s NEW bite registration material that
is formulated to the specifications of Blu Mousse®1. It has
as
the same ‘sturdy’
rdy’ properties, yet is more value priced. It iiss
also easy to carve without breaking. AlphaBite is made fr
from
rom
quality fillers and silicones. Work time: 30 sec., set time:: 60
sec. Availablee in 50ml cartridges.
AlphaBite
(2) 50ml + 6 tips
Ref # 93352
(24) Econo Kit
Ref # 93354
Noginate
TM
VPS Alginate Substitute
Noginate is a value priced VPS material that may be used
d as an
alginate substitute. Ideal for producing orthodontic models,
ls, study
models, for creating mouth guards and bleaching trays. Unlike
alginate, Noginate is very stable, has a high tear strength and
nd may
be sterilized. Noginate is so stable that it can be archived instead
of heavy stone models. Work time: 90 sec., set time: 150 sec.
Value priced, available in 50ml cartridges.
• Multiple pours
• Study models
• Archive impression
instead of stone
Noginate
(2) 50ml + 6 tips
Ref # 93553
(24) Econo Kit
Ref # 93554
1
Blu Mousse is a trademark of Parkell.
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Impression Materials
Impression Material Accessories
Danville offers a variety of accessories to support more efficient impression taking techniques.
5th Hand
TM
(see page 42 for case study)
The Ideal Retractor
TM
Hydraulic VPS Spreader
The 5th Hand has two paddles that widely displace the
cheeks to allow ideal access for:
• Seating impression trays
• Gaining photographic access
• Placing sealants, varnishes & surgery aide
• Retraction from hamular process to
hamular process, & lips.
• Retraction from retomolar pad to
retromolar pad
• Holding mustache away from
impression material & photos
• Reducing saliva by applying pressure to
Stenson’s Ducts
4 Convenient Sizes
Intro Kit
Ref # 91548
DAM it
Occlusal Sweep
Hydraulically distributes VPS over the entire occlusal, lingual & buccal. Impressions have never been easier! Place
Occlusal Sweep over a standard automix tip and syringe
VPS directly over the teeth. Skirts on the Occlusal Sweep
force material into occlusal pits and over all sides of the
teeth as well.
• Study models
• Orthodontic models
• Invisalign*
• Partial denture impressions
where undercuts & occlusal
rest seats are critical
• Even distribution for implant
transfer impressions
TM
Posterior Dam & Periphery
Extension Membrane
SnapShot! Tray
Easy to apply membrane is self-adhesive. Membrane actually incorporates into the impression material. Membrane
is marked for alignment with the bottom of the tray. After
Dam It is placed, three slits are cut to allow conforming to
the patient.
• Capture second & third mo
molars
olars
• Prevent gagging! Never have
avve
material run down the
patients’ throat again!
• Allow tray side removal w
with
ith
flexible extension to accommodate
m
mmodate
dental & or lingual tori
• Ideal for all viscosities of
all impression materials
Intrro Kit
Intro
Kit
Ref # 91544
Tray Link
20pk
Ref # 91550
(see page 42 for case study)
TM
Biodegradable Dual-Arch Tray
(see page 43
for instructions)
Introducing EnviroTray, the world’s first biogegradable
dual-arch tray. Now, in just one simple step, you can capture the prepared teeth, the opposing arch, the bite registration, as well as the facial midlines with one Earth-friendly
device made from corn starch.
The SnapShot! Tray can be used without alignment sticks
for single units, or with alignment sticks for multiple units.
No more slanted crowns
owns or veneers.
Refi
Refill K
Kit
Ref # 91620
• It's rigid!
• It's economical!
• It's green!
en!
TM
A-Silicone Super Adhesive
Tray Link is an adhesive for disposable plastic impressionn
trays based on polycarbonate. It assures reliable adhesionn
of addition curing vinyl silicone impression materials to
disposable plastic impression trays and avoids lifting of
the impression material from the tray while taking the
impression out of the mouth.
Anterior Tray
Ref # 93826
Posterior Tray
Ref # 93827
T
Tray
Link Adhesive
Ref # 91667
R
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Impression Materials
Mo o II Syringe
TM
Single-Use, Disposable Syringe
22 g tip
The material wasted inside a standard mixing tip (1.6cc) is
enough to do three crowns with our syringe. The small yet
sensibly angled tip of our syringe gives you easy access even
to the distals of second molars and allows the material to be
applied right at the sulcus circumfrentially, thus minimizing
air bubbles and retakes. Avoid messy cleanups and save
money.
18 g tip
• Simple 3-position, fill, store, activate.
• Less Waste
• 18g standard size intraoral tip as well as long 22g tip for endo posts
and narrow interproximal spaces with VPS.
• Superb ergonomics for small hands.
Mojo II
Regular tip Ref # 93735
Endo tip Ref # 93738
• Works with1:1 Cartridge only
Technique
NOTE: DO NOT REMOVE OR ROTATE TIP PRIOR TO FILLING!
plunger
space
{
Fill to here
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
The “load” position of
the mixing tip has the
tab in a notch as indicated by
the arrow. The syringe comes
assembled in this position.
This photo shows the
VPS material just at the
mixing tip without entering
it. The tab has been rotated
900 to the position above
the "
(chevron).
Material can be stored in
this potion, the plunger will
not extrude the material if
it is inadvertantly pushed.
^"
The cartridge whether
50, 75 or 25 ml is firmly
butted into the barrels so that
there is a tight fit at the base
of the syringe.
To “arm” or dispense
the material, rotate
the top until you hear an
audible “click.” The tip will
now be rotated 900 from
the “store” position to the
(delta) position.
^
The VPS or core build-up
materials is now injected
to a level just short of the top
of the barrels. A slow positive
pressure allows materials at
differing viscosities to selfequalize in the barrels.
The material now flows
freely down the mixing
elements assuring a well
incorporated catalyst into
base of the light body or
monophase VPS. Core
build-up also works well in
this syringe.
Allowing just enough
empty space at the
top to accommodate the
plungers, the twin plungers
are firmly seated into the
rear of the syringe. Be
careful not to push material
into the mixing chamber.
The unique design
allows even the most
delicate feminine hands to
easily push the plunger.
It’s ergonomic, compact
design assures comfort and
accuracy.
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Impression Materials
Impression Material Accessories Technique
5th Hand Retractor
TM
1
After choosing the correct size
of the 5th Hand for your patient,
place the foam pads included in
your 5th Hand kit, around
retractor for more comfort.
Place retractor in patient’s mouth,
and pull gently outward to create
space for the compression tray.
3
Place loaded impression tray in
mouth. Once seated and before
set, remove the 5th Hand by
pulling it straight out.
2
Place self adhesive membrane
around the posterior of the tray,
being careful to keep the dotted
line along the floor of the tray.
3
Cut slits in membrane at the
opening. Fold and tuck the excess
membrane against the impression
tray.
5
Fold the membrane against the tray
for a water tight seal.
6
Cut or fold against the tray. After
folding, load the tray, seat over
teeth.
2
Dam it! Membrane
TM
42
1
Remove membrane from dispenser
by pulling the printed membrane up
and out.
4
For a quadrant tray, use one
repeat, 1” to 2” of membrane on
each side.
Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Impression Materials
Impression Material Accessories Technique
SnapShot! Tray
1
TM
Separate alignment
sticks from each
other.
2
Assemble the cross,
making sure the
horizontal stick is
snapped all the way
down.
3
Assembled alignment sticks.
4a
The assembled sticks look
like this...
For best results, apply
tray adhesive first. Then
fill the tray with polymer,
taking care to fill the
retention tracks.
The hole of one alignment
stick is oblong and wi ll
only fit on one end of the
other stick. This makes
assembly goof-proof
4b
Fill the alignment
stick area with
polymer.
Fill this area with polymer
to hold the alignment
sticks. Afterward, you
will remove the alignment
sticks and the remaining hole will form a tight
guide when the lab reinserts the sticks.
5
Insert assembled
cross into polymer
retaining area on
handle and locate
facial midlines.
After inserting the loaded
tray into mouth, ask the
patient to bite in centric
and relax the lips. Immediately insert the cross
into the hole in handle and
locate the facial midlines.
Once located, seat the cross
completely and hold it there until
polymer is firm and wait for final
set. Hint: use the pupils of the
eyes as a guide for the horizontal
midline and the bridge of the
nose and philtrum as the vertical.
Fill both sides of
tray with adhesive
and polymer.
6
Remove the sticks.
Remove the sticks and send
them along to the lab. After
pouring up the casts, the
sticks will be re-inserted
securely into the hole in the
tray handle thus allowing
the lab tech to mark the
facial midlines on the casts.
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Sectional Matrix Systems
Contact Matrix
TM
Sectional Matrix System
Contact Matrix makes tight contacts easy!
Contact Matrices are contoured to restore the
natural anatomy. Proximal finishing is greatly
reduced or eliminated.
Mega Grip Forceps have strong serrated
jaws for easy matrix removal.
Contact Matrices are unique in their resilience.
Competitor’s matrices often crush during
placement. Contact Matrices are also available
in a stiffer version for use with condensables and
amalgam, or dead-soft like the competitors. All
Contact Matrices have the ideal contour for a
perfect restoration.
MegaRings
Other brands
crumple during
placement!
TM
Sectional Matrix Rings
MegaRings make perfect, tight contacts even easier. They
apply the greatest separating force and resist deformation
to keep their strength. Application is easy as ever, with the
same forceps. Design allows easy ‘stacking’. Converging
tines prevent ‘pop-offs’ and the widest tines in the market
to span the widest preps. MegaRings are made of a unique,
ultra ‘springy’ alloy. They also feature a graduated, higher
profile towards the back of the ring, engineered to spread
the force of bending over the entire arch of the ring.
Contact Rin
Ring Pliers
Ref # 91298
Mega Grip
Forceps
90486
Ref # 9048
Contact Rings Stack
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Contact Rings and Mega Rings
hold the matrices in place and
cause the teeth to spread a part,
creating tight, reliable contacts.
The wide blades on the contact
rings span wide preps where
competitive brands fall in. Rings
are also easily stacked for multiple
proximals. Converging tines prevent pop-offs.
Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
MegaRings
2 Inward Rings
2 Outward Rings (Gold)
1 Inward & 1 Outward
Contact Matrix
MegaRing Trial Kit
(1ea MegaRings, 50ea S/L Matrices)
Ref # 91303
Ref # 91304
Ref # 91305
Ref # 91474
MegaRing Clinical Kit
(3ea MegaRings, 100ea S/L Matrices)
Ref # 91475
MegaRing Clinical Kit Plus
(MegaRing Clinical Kit,
Ring Pliers Plus & MegaGrip Forceps)
Ref # 91476
Trial Kit (original rings)
Contact Rings (1 inward & 1 Outward)
Thin Flex Matrices (50 small & 50 Large)
Ref # 90066
Clinical Kit (original rings)
Ref # 89388
Contact Rings (3 inward & 3 outward)
Thin Flex Matrices (100 small & 100 large)
Clinical Kit Plus (original rings)
1 Clinical Kit, Ring Pliers Plus &
Mega Grip Forceps
Ref # 89439
Sectional Matrix Systems
TM
ABCWedge Kit (192 Wedges) Ref # 93488
X-Small (24R, 24L)
Small (24R, 24L)
Medium (24R, 24L)
Large (24R, 24L)
Mega Rings (2) Gold PN 91304
Pliers (1) PN 91298
Sectional Matrix System
e
The ABC WedgeTM makes restoring the wide open box
or missing cusp easy when using sectional matrix or
trimmed Tofflemire bands. It is all too frequent that
large preexisting fillings with excessive decay and/or
bruxism/clinching combine to result in fractured cusps.
Previously, the only alternative was a Tofflemire band
with the obtrusive retainer, frequently creating difficulty
in restoring a tight, biomimetic contact and morphology.
SINGLE REFILLS (192 Wedges)
Large Right
REF# 93771
Large Left
REF# 93810
Medium Right
REF# 93772
Medium Left
REF# 93811
Small Right
REF# 93773
Small Left
REF# 93812
SINGLE REFILLS (192 Wedges)
X-Small Right
REF# 93774
Large (96 Left/Right) REF# 93589
X-Small Left
REF# 93813
Medium (96 Left/Right)
REF# 93588
Small (96 Left/Right) REF# 93487
X-Small (96 Left/Right)
REF# 93486
0
The Concept
CASE
1
Note that the opposing sides of
the wedge are flat and the side
toward band/tooth are biomimetically concave
1
ML cusp missing. Distal box
within normal limits.
2
The image shows how
intimately the wedges "nest"
into each other.
3
The red area illustrates the
groove in receiving wedge
matches and guides the tip of
the counter wedge in red.
2
Sectional matrices work
well for MOL and DO
requirements.
3
Both MegaRings provide
separation and stability. Gold
is the preferred ring for most
situations.
2
A full contour Tofflemire is
shortened to eliminate buccal
overlap.
3
Two gold MegaRings create
separation and stability.
2
ABC Wedge supports the
matrix.
3
Final restoration.
1
ABC Wedge
with sectional
matrices
CASE
2
ABC Wedge
with
Tofflemeier
CASE
1
Entire lingual aspect is fractured/
decayed off. Tofflemire is the
only option.
1
Failed Amalgam.
3
ABC Wedge
Clinical Case,
DOL Composite
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Sectional Matrix Systems
Contact Wedge
TM
Elastic Wedge System
Unique elastic wedges provide complete cervical adaptation and
seal. Hard wedges provide force at only one point and can dent
matrices.
Ideal for use with all sectional matrix systems! Placement is fast
and easy with rubber dam forceps or ring pliers. Interproximal
relief feature allows stretching to a very thin profile to ‘floss’
through tight contacts, yet rebounds back fully. Three colorcoded heights are available
Contact Wedge Kit
Small, Medium, & Large (85 each)
Ref # 91015
• Create ideal cervical seal
• Fast & easy to use
• Eliminate ledging
Refills (85)
Small
Medium
Large
Ref # 91016
Ref # 91017
Ref # 91018
Contact Matrix & Contact Wedge Technique
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Metal matrix placed interproximal
of teeth to be restored
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The elastic wedge is held in
place and achieves contour
and separation as band wraps
prepped area
3
A MegaRing is placed against the
matrix to secure contact and
duplicate shape of the tooth to be
restored
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When necessary two MegaRings are easily placed to
ensure proper clinical contact
4
Knotted floss is tied to the
ring as a precaution against
any problems associated with
detachment
5
Completed addition of the ring
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Restoration is complete with ideal
adaptation achieved
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For super separation, two MegaRings
may be applied simultaneously
Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
Miscellaneous
MicroPrime
TM
Universal Desensitizing Agent
MicroPrime desensitizer eliminates post-op sensitivity and
discomfort from cervical erosions. Proven HEMA formulation reliably plugs tubules. Compatible with all bonding
systems, cements and amalgam.
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10ml bottle
10m
Ref # 90814
MicroPrime is now available in two formulations: original
MicroPrime B, proven effective for over 10 years and new
MicroPrime G, which is an equivalent formula to Gluma* (at
a far lower price). MicroPrime G also serves as an ideal
antimicrobial when used with self-etch adhesives.
MicroPrime B
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35% HEMA, .02% benzathonium
chloride, and flouride. Gentle on the
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soft tissue.
10ml bottle
10m
Ref # 87001
Uses:
• Before placing bonding agents
• Provisional restorations
• Amalgam & cemented restorations
• Cervical erosions
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Miscellaneous
Caries Finder
Caries Finder Red 10ml bottle. Ref # 80010
Ideal when using DIAGNOdent*.
TM
Caries Disclosing Dye
Caries Finder is a most discrete and penetrating caries
detector. It will precisely identify residual caries. Prevent
unnecessary pulpal intrusion and minimize tooth structure
removal. Caries Finder will not stain healthy tooth structure.
Place drop of Caries Finder
for 5 to 10 Sec.
Wash off excess
excess, dry and
remove stained area.
Caries Finder Green 10ml bottle. Ref # 80004
Ideal when working close to the pulp chamber.
Caries Finder Red Syringable
1gm & 3 tips
Ref # 90764
FlashBuster
TM
Composite Fiber Bur
FlashBusters are a rotary instrument that will remove
and polish residual composite with no damage to enamel or
porcelain! It also does not damage gingiva. Trim composite
from restorations. Remove residual orthodontic adhesive.
Remove stains from difficult proximal and lingual areas.
Latch-type, composite fiber burs. Autoclavable for reuse.
Eight shapes are available. FlashBusters should be run at 5,000
to 10,000 RPM with water spray. Running FlashBusters dry
will reveal remaining composite as dull spots.
Remove Composite Flash
• Self-sharpening
• Trim composite flash with no damage
to enamel and porcelain
• Remove residual orthodontic adhesive
• Simplify periodontal root planning
• Remove stains
• Six per pack
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Miscellaneous
SureEtch
No Stick
TM
37% Phosphoric Etchant
TM
Instrument Lube
SureEtch Gel stays put yet adapts instantly for a precise,
consistent etch. Special additive allows fast wash-off. Blue
tint for precise placement.
No Stick allows instruments to glide over composite without
sticking. It does not reduce bond or composite strength.
SureEtch Liquid provides a fast, reliable etch. One thin
layer provides a maximum etch. Non-drying additive for easy
wash-off. Red tint for easy identification.
tch Liquid
SureEtch
10ml bottle
Ref # 85072
20 Gauge
(Orange Tip) Smaller
No Stick
10ml Bottle
Ref # 90461
SureEtch Gel
5ml (1 pack)
Ref # 89463
E-Bond
S-Bond
TM
TM
Enamel Bonding Agent
Prehydrolyzed Silane
E-Bond is a light-cuarable bonding agent for use on enamel,
composite and etched silanated porcelain. Unfilled resin,
with thin
hin film thickness.
S-Bond is a highly stable, prehydrolized silane. Provides
full strength bond link to silica ceramics. Use on etched
porcelain, and on composite posts.
E-Bond
bottle
10ml bottl
89107
Ref # 8910
S-Bond
10ml bottle
Ref # 89104
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Miscellaneous
Liquid Lens
TM
Oxygen Barrier Gel
As a last layer over composite, Liquid Lens eliminates the
air inhibited layer, insuring full composite surface hardness as
well as reducing margin erosion. A light blue tint helps assure
precise placement. The gel stays where it is placed, yet washes
off easily.
• Full surface composite hardness
• Tinted for precise placement
• Easy wash off
Liquid Lens
5ml & 12 tips
Ref # 87200
Dam Cool
TM
Composite Dental Dam
Dam Cool 3 cc & 12 tips
Ref # 90752
Protect Gingiva during bleaching
and air abrasion
Retract
Dam Cool is a light-cured flowable composite
dam material that remains cool when cured.
Ideal for protecting gingiva during bleaching or
air abrasion. Block out undercuts for taking
impressions. Dam Cool provides a resilient, nonbrittle barrier and is easily removed.
TM
Gingival Retractor
Small Ref # 89445
Large Ref # 89448
Retract is ideal for gingival retraction during Class V
preparation. Retract offers left and right hand blades with
blunted points to prevent gingival injury.
Two blade widths are offered, standard and large. The large
size is also ideal for retracting and shielding during Class
V air abrasion. Retract is made of surgical stainless and is
fully autoclavable.
• Retract & shield gingiva
• Sculpt composite
• Remove Turbo Temp flash
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Innovative Design. Reliable Performance
"When I pair Star VPS with a Mojo syringe I am
in complete control of my impressions 100% of
the time."
-Parag R. Kachalia, DDS, Assistant Professor
of Restorative Dentistry, Director of New
Technologies, University of the Pacific School of
Dentistry
“I have used my PrepStart every single day for
over 10 years. Whether it’s used to prep small
cavities, bevel the enamel on an anterior tooth
(the composite esthetically melts into place), or
merely sandblasting the internal of the crown,
I would not be able to provide quality dentistry
without it. Now with the H2O accessory, it’s
even easier to use—dust free and so much
more useful!”
-Cynthia Brattesani, DDS,
San Francisco CA
"It's all about the 5th Hand! No impression is
easy, but the 5th Hand makes an impossible
one a manageable one. I know that there
have been times when I couldn't have made
my impression without the 5th Hand!"
-Brian A. Houston, DDS, A P.C.,
Benicia CA
"I thought I was really good at taking
impressions. My success rate was close to 90%.
With the Mojo I'm now over 95% successful.
The patient is happy, the assistant has more
free time, and I'm saving chair time and fewer
remakes."
-Mark Gottlieb, DDS
Levittown, NY
Dentistry Today CE Leader
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