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January 3rd, 2011

Real time savers for the practice

Abstract:
Luxatemp Ultra from DMG America - This is the next generation of the brand that set the benchmark for esthetic provisional materials in dentistry more than 20 years ago. I know that because I started using Luxatemp at that time. I remember the day I saw the ad for the original Luxatemp and told my dental assistant to order the material because, if all the claims were true, it would solve our temporary problems forever. And that is exactly what it has done for more than 20 years. Now, new Luxatemp Ultra incorporates a proprietary technology that gives it increased strength when used for temporary crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, and veneers. Through innovation and R&D, the company has taken what I considered to be the perfect provisional material and made it even better. Luxatemp Ultra continues to deliver unmatched esthetics synonymous with the Luxatemp name. Fluorescence has been infused with the nano material to make temporaries look beautiful and more natural in all lighting conditions. In addition, the material is highly accurate with outstanding adaptation to margins. Luxatemp Ultra is also faster curing and easier to handle than before.

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