Template Materials

There are a number of methods and materials used to create a template for a provisional restoration, but the fastest and most accurate is a preoperative impression of the treatment area. An impression is definitely more detailed than other methods such as a vacuum-formed stent and can be made during the time local anesthesia is taking effect. Alginate can also be used for these impressions and works reasonably well, but still has limits if reusing it becomes necessary. Materials for these templates can be virtually any impression material, but vinyl polysiloxane (VPS) transparent products, some of which started life as bite registration materials, are particularly well-suited for this task since they give you the option to be used with light-cured or dual-cured provisional materials.
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Futar-Clear-Fast_Normal-pack
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Template
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Affinity Crystal
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Clear Bite
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Star VPS Clear Bite
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Memosil 2
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TempSpan Clear Matrix
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