Virtual XD wash materials have been engineered to provide greater control when making final crown & bridge impressions. Once dispensed, the wash materials are designed to remain on the preparation surfaces until pressure is applied preventing them from flowing uncontrollably into undesired areas. Once pressure is applied, the wash materials flow deep into the sulcus, displacing oral fluids and capturing the fine details of margins and all prepared surfaces. Virtual XD wash materials are available in two viscosities; Light Body (orange) and Extra Light Body (yellow)
Features & Benefits:
- Advanced Wetting Ability
- Virtual XD wash materials exhibit very low contact angles allowing them to thoroughly “wet” the surfaces of moist dentition and gingival tissue. The ability of the Virtual XD wash materials to spread easily across preparation surfaces capturing fine detail results in impressive impressions of extraordinary precision and Extra Definition.
- High Tear Strength
- Excellent tear resistance combined with outstanding elongation & recovery properties make removal of Virtual XD impressions easy while reducing the risk of tearing fine margins. With Virtual XD, high level definition of the final impression is maintained even in cases that involve preparations below the gum line.
- Advanced Thermosensitive Properties
- The thermosensitive characteristics of Virtual XD allow the setting reaction to be accelerated immediately after the impression tray is seated in the patient’s mouth. This saves valuable chair time and ensures high quality impressions by reducing the risk of deformation that may be caused by movement of the impression tray during the setting time.
- Dimensional Stability
- As Virtual XD impressions maintain their dimensional stability for up to two weeks, there is no need to pour models immediately. Virtual XD impression materials are easy to disinfect and several models can be poured from one impression.
- Compatible with all Impression Techniques
- Virtual XD is designed to accommodate all popular impression techniques allowing you to choose the materials and technique best suited for each individual case.