• Hydrocompatibility of the fluids
• Biocompatibility on damaged mucosae
• High final hardness*
• Tear resistance
• Hydrocompatibility of the fluids: helps achieve an accurate impression
• Biocompatibility on damaged mucosae: allows safe use on patients
• High final hardness*: contributes to obtaining an accurate model once the gypsum has been cast
• Tear resistance: reduces the risk of the impression tearing when it is removed from the patient’s mouth
Hydrocompatibility is one of the most important requirements of any impression material. The material’s ability to flow readily in wet areas, such as preparation margins, makes it possible to capture the details needed to obtain an accurate impression.
Conversely, a material with poor hydrocompatibility is unable to flow correctly, causing the inclusion of undesirable bubbles in the impression. These bubbles, especially when present in the preparation margin area, lead to a loss of information.
The more hydrocompatible a material is, the better it will flow and copy details accurately in wet areas.
The impression material’s affinity with the fluids means that, when mixed with water, the gypsum flows easily inside the impression during the casting phase, thereby helping to obtain a faithful model. An accurate impression is a fundamental prerequisite for the creation of a correct prosthesis, which is why Zetaplus System is synonymous with reliability for both dentists and dental technicians.
Patient safety, dentist satisfaction.
Tested in compliance with the latest European medical devices standards, Zetaplus System is:
NON-IRRITANT FOR THE ORAL MUCOSAE
Safe for use even on intolerant patients.
All Zhermack condensation silicones are gluten- and lactose-free, guaranteeing peace of mind and safety even when used on intolerant patients. This allows the dentist to perform impression procedures with peace of mind and in absolute safety.