VPSTM - Danville Materials

VPSTM - Danville Materials
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77°F
(25°C)
Start VPS
TM
Reference number
Lot number
Use by
Manufacturer
Caution: Federal law restricts
this device to sale by or on the
order of a dentist.
European Community Authorized
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INSTRUCTIONS
European Mark of Conformity
Consult instructions for use
Upper limit of temperature
Keep away from sunlight
Start VPS™ is a Vinyl Polysiloxane chemistry impression material intended to allow dentists
to take accurate impressions of all types of tooth structures for various purposes, such
as crown and bridge, implantology, etc. Start VPS is odorless, tasteless and immersible in
disinfectants. It offers dimensional stability, tear resistance, and accuracy of impression.
Start VPS materials are compatible with all other vinyl polysiloxane materials.
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
INDICATIONS
Start VPS is an additional-cure vinyl polysiloxane dental impression material that is used
for all crown and bridges, edentulous and implant techniques.
Start VPS
Light Body
Heavy Flex
Heavy Stiff Bite
Vanilla Flavored Stiff Bite
Clear Bite
Putty
Ultra Light
Ultra Heavy
Alphabite
Noginate
Danville Materials
a Zest Anchors, LLC company
2875 Loker Avenue East
Carlsbad, CA 92010 USA
(1)760-743-7744
MDSS GmbH
Schiffgraben 41
30175 Hannover
Germany
www.zestdent.com
0419 REV M
Color
Magenta
Dark Blue
Light Blue
Off White
Clear
Green
Green
Yellow
Light Blue
Tan
Working Time At
720F
Setting Time At
720F
2.5 Minutes
2.5 Minutes
20 Seconds
20 Seconds
25 Seconds
1.5 Minutes
2.5 Minutes
2.5 Minutes
30 Seconds
90 Seconds
4.5 Minutes
4.5 Minutes
50 Seconds
50 Seconds
90 Seconds
4.5 Minutes
4.5 Minutes
4.5 Minutes
60 Seconds
2.5 Minutes
MIXING INSTRUCTIONS - CARTRIDGE
1.Insert cartridge into gun, remove twist-off cap, and extrude a 1/4 inch of material, while
checking for even flow. Discard the dispensed material and wipe end of cartridge clean.
2.Attach an automix tip and squeeze the cartridge handle with smooth, even pressure.
3.Do not remove the automix tip after use. The used tip serves as a convenient seal until next
use.
MIXING INSTRUCTIONS - PUTTY
1.Scoop equal amounts of the putty and catalyst from their respective jars. Two scoops
are provided.
2.Mix (kneading by hands) until an even, streak free color is obtained (approximately 45
seconds).
Note: Powder from glove surfaces can inhibit setting.
3. Use Light Body or Light Body Fast to take the final impression. Remove plastic film from the
tray. Syringe Light Body or Light Body Fast onto clean dry teeth. Blow off with air until only a
thin film remains. Repeat to cover any blank spots. The needle attachment for the small mixing
tip is very handy for inlay, onlay and deep margins.
4. Syringe Light Body or Light Body Fast into putty impression and seat.
5. Remove after polymerization, wash and dry. IMPORTANT: Avoid simultaneous putty/wash set
as putty is elastic and may cause distortion.
MONOPHASE IMPRESSION (Use Monophase)
Single material impressions can be used where Light Body is not required for high flow. Monophase
has a rapid set and fine texture, and is an ideal material to use for simple closed bite impressions
as well as a preliminary for Turbo TempTM temporary crown and bridge material.
1.Syringe Monophase around clean, dry teeth. Syringe into sideless tray.
2.Have the patient close until polymerized. Remove, wash and dry.
CLOSED BITE IMPRESSIONS (Use Light Body and Heavy Flex or Light Body Fast
and Monophase)
SEPARATE FULL ARCH DUAL VISCOSITY IMPRESSION
1.Select an appropriate tray such as Premier Triple Tray. (Technique Tip: It is best to avoid
metal trays “bite trays” if a second pour is made in the laboratory. Metal trays tend to distort
when the lab pries the first cast out of the impression, precluding an accurate second pour.)
1. Apply a thin layer of tray adhesive and allow it to dry at least 5 minutes.
2.The impression should be taken using two viscosities simultaneously: Heavy Body Flex
(or Monophase) in the tray for dimensional stability and a wash of Light Body or Light
Body Fast for detail. The key to this procedure is to syringe Light Body (or Light Body
Fast) onto clean, dry teeth, then blow thin air until only a thin film remains. If a blank
area remains, dry, syringe, and blow again, until only the thin film remains. Add Light
Body or Light Body Fast to cover tooth, then seat tray.
3. Have patient close onto a tray of Heavy Flex (or Monophase) and guide patient into a
CO closure. It is important to rehearse the proper closure beforehand. NOTE: Putty
should never be used for this procedure. It is too viscous, and induces elastic distortion.
4.Water wash and dry the impression after removal from the mouth.
(Use Ultra Light and Ultra Heavy)
2. Automix. Using a cartridge of Ultra Heavy and a cartridge of Ultra Light, bleed a small amount
of material from each syringe and discard. Attach a mixing tip to each cartridge and mix
simultaneously. Fill the tray with the Ultra Heavy material and either front-load an intraoral
syringe with the Ultra Light material or attach the intraoral tip and inject directly around the
clean, dry preparations. The working time is 2 minutes 30 seconds.
3. Slowly but firmly seat the tray in the mouth.
4. After 4 minutes and 30 seconds from the start of the mix, remove the tray from the mouth.
BITE REGISTRATION (Use Heavy Stiff Bite or Clear Bite)
Start VPS Heavy Stiff Bite and Clear Bite are dimensionally very stable. Use where flexibility is
not required.
SEPARATE FULL ARCH “PUTTY/WASH” IMPRESSIONS
(Use Light Body or Light Body Fast and Putty)
ADDITIONAL NOTES
Creating accurate impressions using putty requires a dual set technique. The putty is
allowed to fully polymerize in the metal or plastic stock tray before the wash step. NOTE:
When using a custom tray made from a preliminary impression, use adhesive on the tray
and allow to dry for 5 minutes. Putty is not needed and Light Body or Light Body Fast is
all that is needed.
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Start VPS materials should be brought to room temperature prior to use. Exposure to prolonged
temperatures above 77°F can be damaging. Store at room temperature.
1. Before cutting the prep, make a putty impression, leaving room around the teeth for
the wash. Leaving a space for the wash is achieved by simply placing a plastic film (such
as a section of a baggie or Reynolds Wrap) over the putty before seating the tray.
IMPORTANT: Some plastic wraps will inhibit the set; test before use.
2.Seat the tray with the putty, let polymerize, then remove tray and await prep.
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Start VPS materials are compatible with all other vinyl polysiloxane materials.
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Powder from gloves can impair set. Sample test is suggested. Keep putty jars closed when not in use.
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High viscosity materials used alone are not suitable for detailed impressions.
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Light Body Black impression materials used alone can flex excessively and may result in
distortion.
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Procedures and techniques prepared courtesy of Raymond Bertolotti, DDS, PhD. For
further information, please contact 5th Quarter Seminars at (510) 483-2411, FAX (510)
652-8729.
www.adhesion.com
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