• Which pour acrylic is the best and strongest?

    Paul Fink · Owner at A Dental Creation

    I'm thinking of going to a pour technique for my dentures after 20 years of flasking and packing. Any recommendations as to which pour acrylic is the best and strongest? I would like to go into the Ivocap system when I can afford it. Used it for a short time I worked for the VA. Thanks for your comments.

    April 3, 2012 · 14

    My suggestion- switch to Ivocap. There are a bunch of benefits to this system. It is a fast hot curing...See more

  • Cathaline Rolon The BRIDGE

    I manage a one day denture clinic and my lab uses Lucitone Hy-Pro acrylic with a 2:1 ratio of Hygenic Paragon Denture resin/ Hygenic Quick Cure Denture resin containing 007 monomer. We drop the packed denture into cool water, bring upto a boil (approx. 25 min), boil for 30 min. On occasion we get get...

    October 16, 2012 · 2

    it is not uncommon that this happens with conventional acrylic especially in thicker areas during the...See more

  • Patti Nelson, CDT Crown and Bridge

    I have a new client that "loves " the double impression technique ...however we are his third pick of laboratory because they can't seem to give him consistent results...they do not see the contraindication for this tech.At best it is inconsistent esp. in the fabrication of bridges.As a ceramist of 30...

    October 13, 2012 · 1

    Hi Patti,
    I do not think that it is the double impression technique itself, it could be an issue with...See more

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