polyether impression material

polyether impression material

(pol″ē-ē′thĕr) [ poly- + ether]
The stiffest of the dental final impression materials, used to construct restorations, prosthetics, and other appliances. It is made from a base containing a polyether polymer, silica, filler, and plasticizer, and an accelerator, made of an alkylaromatic sulfonate, filler, and plasticizer.
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Dimensional accuracy of a new polyether impression material.
The influence of the mixing technique on the content of voids in two polyether impression materials.
Even in the presence of moisture or saliva, the hydrophilic nature of Impregum polyether impression materials ensures that the impression is unaffected and maintains its precision.