JET BITE is an A-silicone-based impression material for use in dentistry with an automatic mixing device. Easy handling and ideal stability facilitate the bite registration
Perfect Bite registration - without occlusal adjustments. Jet Bite gives the perfect occlusal fit on the first try. The patient bites down naturally every time because of Jet Bite fast's fluffy, mousse-like consistency. There is no need for time-consuming adjustments. Jet Bite flows smoothly - sets rock hard.
Definition JET BITE
is an A-silicone-based impression material for use in dentistry with an automatic mixing device.
Material type ISO 4823, Type 1, high consistency Polyvinylsiloxane, addition-type.
JET BITE Base: yellow/Catalyst: white Indications Impression material for bite registration: registration of centric occlusion.
Contra-indications Provided that the product is used as directed, there are no known contra-indications.
Side effects /Interactions
Polyvinylsiloxanes are biologically compatible with no known harmful reactions or secondary effects on patients and/or dental personnel. Impression materials are intended to set in the mouth of the patient, however, they should not remain in the mouth for more than twice the recommended setting time. Although they have high tear strength, care should be taken that no portion of the material remains in the interdental spaces or the sulcus.
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