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JAN
14

Efficient impressions

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With one of the shortest intra-oral setting times on the market,[1] Imprint 4 VPS Impression Material from 3M ESPE will save you valuable time in the surgery.

 

This is due to the clever chemical reaction developed by 3M ESPE, which causes the material to quickly heat up to body temperature[2] after working time,[3] leading to accelerated setting.[4]

 

Imprint 4 still allows sufficient working time before setting, in order to ensure a stress-free procedure. The super hydrophilicity[5] also provides excellent flow for fine detail reproduction, which is essential for good impressions.

 

For detailed impressions that save you working time and remain stress free, try Imprint 4 VPS Impression Material from 3M ESPE today.

 

For more information, call 0845 602 5094 or visit www.3Mespe.co.uk



[1] 3M ESPE Internal Data, Imprint 4 setting times, 2012. Claim number 5543

[2] 3M ESPE Internal Data, Imprint 4, temperature, 2013. Claim number 5656

[3] 3M ESPE Internal Data, Imprint 4 self-warming, 2013. Claim number 5657

[4] 3M ESPE Internal Data, Imprint 4 temperature, 2013. Claim number 5650

[5] 3M ESPE Internal Data, Imprint 4 hydrophilicity, 2013. Claim number 5651

 

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DEC
03

“A superior impression material”

A superior impression material

“Currently, I use Impregum Penta for all my indirect restorations and implant work: it is a superior impression material,” says Dr Adyl Asani, principal dentist at TwentyOne Dental in Hove.

 

“I have used a variety of other impression materials over the course of my career, though none of these have provided me with the stability, accuracy and level of detail that Impregum has.

 

“Its ideal flow properties also reproduce the most minor details in my preparations and I avoid drags and airblows. This means I can ensure that the first impression is the last.

 

“I have no hesitation in recommending Impregum Penta impression material to other practitioners who are looking to provide their patients with the best possible indirect restorations.”

 

For more information, call 0845 602 5094 or visit www.3Mespe.co.uk

 

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MAY
04
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Making an excellent impression

3M Espe Impregum Pente

 

Dr Adyl Asani, principal dentist at TwentyOne Dental Clinic in Hove, has been using Impregum Impression Materials from 3M ESPE for over 15 years. “As far as I am concerned, it is the most superior impression material on the market,” he says. “I use it for all my indirect restorations and implant work.

“Currently, I am using Impregum Penta because I feel it reproduces the detail I need in my indirect preparations most accurately. Of course, I have used a variety of other impression materials over the course of my career, though none have provided me with the stability, accuracy and level of detail that Impregum has.

“It has ideal flow properties which means I can ensure the first impression I take is the only one I need. The flowability reproduces even the most minor details and the hydrophilic properties exhibited by Impregum guarantee excellent accuracy every time. In addition, I don’t experience drags or airblows in my impressions.”

Dr Asani uses the Pentamix Automatic Mixing Unit from 3M ESPE to ensure an efficient process. “It allows ease of mixing and handling,” he says. “Messy hand-mixing is now something from a bygone age.

“While the setting time of the Impregum is slightly longer than others, my patients readily accept that if I am to give them extremely accurate and stable restorations, a couple of extra minutes in their mouth is insignificant.

“I would have no hesitation in recommending Impregum to other practitioners if they are looking to provide their patients with the best possible accuracy and marginal fit of their indirect restorations.”

Discover the qualities of Impregum Penta Impression Material and the Pentamix Automatic Mixing Unit from 3M ESPE for yourself today.

 

For more information, call 0845 602 5094 or visit www.3Mespe.co.uk

 

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NOV
07
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Making the right Impression

“An impression (in the context of online advertising) is a measure of the number of times an ad is seen. Clicking or not is not taken into account. Each time an ad displays it is counted as one impression.”

Over October 2014, banners on our site received over 1.6 million banner impressions. This meant our 20 advertisers (in October 2014) received an average of around 80,000 impressions each. Some advertisers in prominent positions on the site received more and others in less prominent positions received less.

We don’t believe there are many other places in the dental sector where within one month your brand, product or service can receive 80,000 views. If you advertise in a magazine or exhibit at a dental show, will your advert or stand be receiving 80,000 views?

We believe we are the prominent place for companies to reach their target audience. We can help you reach dentists. Over the last few years we have helped companies with all of the following. We would love to help you make the right impression in 2015;

  • Promote a course that is looking for dentists to attend.
  • Launch a new product or service to the dental sector.
  • Special Offers.
  • Make dentists aware of a service your company offers.
  • Brand Awareness.
  • Surveys. We can host surveys on our site.
  • Promote attendance at a trade show.

Please get in touch with us and we will be happy to discuss how you can receive an average of 80,000 impressions in a month. In 2015 dentists will once again increase their usage of social media platforms (gdpuk being one of them, according to the GDC!). Can you afford to miss out? Speak to us today and we can help you make the impression you are looking for.

 

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