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DMG LuxaTemp Fluorescence - (10:1) BisAcrylic Temporary Crown and Bridge Material

Auto Mix Cartridge - 1 x 76g + tips
Rs. 6,500 Rs. 9,000
Luxatemp Fluorescence-Bisacrylic temporary crown and bridge material

Key Features
1. Natural fluorescence in six shades
2. Low polymerization shrinkage
3. High fracture and abrasion resistance
4. Outstanding color stability
5. Low allergy potential
6. Suited for long-term temporaries
Material :

LuxaTemp Flouresnce - Bisacrylic temporary crown and bridge material

  • Luxatemp-Flouroscence is a self-curing composite for the fabrication of temporary crowns and bridges, inlays, onlays and veneers. The two component material is based on multifunctional methacrylates and is automatically mixed. The additional flouroscence makes it possible to create especially natural temporary prosthesis with a high esthetic quality.
  • DMG introduced it more than 20 years ago and Luxatemp® was the first bisacryl provisional material introduced as an automix material
  • Today, it remains the system of choice for clinicians to produce esthetically superior, lifelike and perfect provisionals.

High surface hardness

Due to its high surface hardness, Luxatemp is extremely abrasion resistant and maintains the vertical relation

Easy to cut and polish

It is a self curing composite making it easy to cut and polish than acrylic based temporisation materials.

High fracture resistance

With its high fracture resistance, Luxatemp is extremely tough and therefore well-suited for long-term temporaries as well.

Low polymerization shrinkage

The material’s low polymerization shrinkage ensures a tension free fit of the temporary.

Natural esthetics

The fluorescence of Luxatemp-Fluorescence allows the temporaries to reflect light the same as natural teeth in all light conditions. It is highly esthetic and results can be obtained offering a reliable preview of the final result.

Outstanding color stability

Luxatemp Fluorescence is available in six fluorescence shades all of which exhibit outstanding color stability

1. Fabrication of temporary crowns, bridges, inlays, onlays, partial crowns and veneers
2. Creation of long term temporary prosthesis
Chemistry - Bisacryl
0:00– 00:45 min - Insert into the mouth
2:00 – 3:00 min - Remove from the mouth
6:00 – 7:00 min - End of curing , Work on the temporary prosthesis
Mixing Ratio(Base/Catalyst) - 10:1 (Volume)
Compressive Strength - 250 MPa
Transverse Strength - 90 MPa
Diametrical Tensile Strength- 36 MPa
Barcol Hardness - 37
Shrinkage - 0.45%
Water Sorption - 0.80 w.%
Maximum Temperature During Polymerization - 38 C/100 F
Instructions: Application system
• Automix cartridge
• Smartmix cartridge
Note: When using a cartridge or injector for the first time, squeeze out a pea-sized amount of material and discard it.
0:00– 00:45 min - Insert into the mouth
2:00 – 3:00 min - Remove from the mouth
6:00 – 7:00 min - End of curing , Work on the temporary prosthesis
Note: The times apply at a room temperature of 23 °C and a normal relative air humidity of 50 %. Higher temperatures shorten, lower temperatures increase these times.
Recommended use
1. Before preparing the crown or bridge or prior to extraction of a tooth, take an impression using alginate, silicone or a thermoplastic impression material.
Alternatively, the temporary prosthesis can be made using a laboratory-prepared vacuum- formed stent or, in the case of single crowns, with a strip crown. Adhere precisely to the relevant manufacturer’s instructions.
Note: in a silicone casting, undercuts will have to be evened out and if necessary drainage grooves may have to be cut in. To create a connection with the abutment teeth in the case of a gap in the molar region, cut a groove into the casting.
2. Dry the prepared teeth and even out any undercuts in the preparation. Then lightly lubricate the cores and surrounding tissue plus any composite core build-ups using petroleum jelly or a similar separating medium.
3. Select the desired color of Luxatemp- Fluorescence and insert the appropriate cartridge in the Automix-Dispenser or use the corresponding Smartmix injector.
Note: to avoid bubbles, it is important that the tip of the mixing cannula always remains immersed in the material during application.
4. Dispense Luxatemp-Fluorescence into the impression or vacuum-formed stent. Then dispense the material onto the occlusal surfaces of the impression or vacuum-formed stent and fill up to the gingival areas, only overbuilding slightly.
5. Place the impression or vacuum-formed stent filled with Luxatemp-Fluorescence on the prepared teeth within at most 45s after the start of mixing and hold in place with moderate pressure.
Note: the setting reaction has to be monitored intra-orally (e.g. using a probe), because the curing is significantly affected by the temperature in the mouth and the temporary prosthesis can only be removed during its elastic phase.
6. Remove the temporary prosthesis from the mouth during the elastic phase, e. g. 2:00 to 3:00 minutes after the start of mixing.
Note: to improve the accuracy of large provisional prostheses further, they can be put back into the impression after removal from the mouth to allow hardening to complete there.
7. Before working on it, remove the oxidation prevention layer from the surface of the temporary prosthesis (e.g. with alcohol).
8. From about 6:00 to 7:00 minutes after mixing, the temporary prosthesis can be processed using cross-toothed grinders, flexible disks, etc.
9. Check occlusion and grind if necessary using suitable instruments.
10. If necessary, the surface of the temporary prosthesis may be glazed with a light-curing high-gloss varnish (e.g. Luxatemp-Glaze & Bond / LuxaGlaze) or polished manually with a rubber polisher or goat’s hair wheel.
11. Clean the core, dry it and thoroughly remove the separating medium.
12. Fix the temporary prosthesis.
Note: any temporary cement can be using for fixing the temporary. DMG recommends using automatically mixing attachment cements, e.g. TempoCemNE (non-eugenol zinc oxide cement). Cements containing eugenol can inhibit the polymerization of resin-based attachment cements during the permanent cementation.
13. Check for occlusion and adjust accordingly.
Note: when personalizing and repairing a freshly- made temporary prosthesis it does not need to be roughened and a bonding agent is not required
(continue with step 2).
1. Repairing an emplaced temporary prosthesis: Roughen the temporary prosthesis slightly using a grinder or a sandblaster at the appropriate points. Then apply a bonding agent (e.g. Luxatemp-Glaze & Bond / Luxa- Glaze), in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
2. Apply Luxatemp-Fluorescence to all surfaces.
3. Fix parts for 3:00 minutes.
4. After 6:00 or 7:00 minutes, the appropriate points can be finished as usual.
Note: to speed up the polymerization, the processed temporary prosthesis can be placed in warm water at 50 °C (120°F) for a few minutes. Alternatively, the temporary prosthesis can also be personalized or repaired using the light-cur ing, easy-flowing composite LuxaFlow or Luxa- Flow. Follow the associated instructions for use!

Store in a dry place at room temperature (15 to 25 °C/59 to 77 °F)!
Do not store in the refrigerator!
Protect against exposure to direct sunlight!
Leave the used mixing tip on the Autom

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