polysulfide impression material

polysulfide impression material

(pol″ē-sŭl′fīd″) [ poly- + sulfide]
An elastic final dental impression used to construct restorations, prosthetics, and appliances, which is made from a paste composed of polysulfide polymer, filler, sulfur, plasticizer, and an accelerator paste containing lead dioxide (which causes it to turn dark-brown).
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On the second diagnostic appointment, boarder molding with green sticks modeling compound (Kerr Corporation) and impressions of maxilla arch was made using Polysulfide rubber material (COE-FLEXA Lead-Free Polysulfide Impression Material, GC America).