Characterised by a high final hardness, it allows to obtain an accurate impression that detects the three-dimensional position of the implant with precision before transferring it to the laboratory.
Available in three viscosities – Heavy, Medium and Light Body – in order to combine the need for rigidity with the one for detail reproduction, it can be used with monophase (Medium Body) and simultaneous, two viscosities (Heavy and Light Body) techniques.
Hydrorise Implant does not change its consistency when it comes into contact with oral fluids, and thanks to its thixotropy it does not flow in the mouth during impression taking. It has an ideal working time to allow the user to work calmly, even in the most complex cases. At the same time, setting time is short, assuring a greater comfort to the patient.
It is packed with automatic mixing cartridges to simplify and speed up the mixing phase, reducing the possibility of contamination or of making mistakes during the application.
Moreover, it can be used with the main impression trays on the market (standard in plastic or steel, or custom in resin).Information Request