PATTERN RESIN LS is a self-curing, general purpose acrylic resin used for making patterns for fabricating copings, post and core build-ups, lingual and palatal bars, implant attachments, adhesion bridges, clasps, telescoping crowns and certain pre-soldering techniques.This product is formulated to provide a perfect fit. It is ideal for dentists and laboratories who perform difficult restorations due to the fact that it sets quickly with minimal shrinkage, allows both direct and indirect pattern making, and leaves no residue after burnout.
- Tapered coping for telescopic crowns and other telescope crowns
- Inlay, palatal and lingual bar, connector and clasp
- Maryland bridge.
- Temporary splint for soldering
- In the mouth for core build up pattern
- Construction of implant superstructures
Low polymerization shrinkage
- Greater accuracy and dimensional stability
- Improved defined margins
High strength; ultra smooth surface
- No distortion
- Strength is not compromised, even in thin layers
- Easy manipulation and handling due to thixotrophy
- Allows for direct and indirect pattern making technique
- High wettability of powder and liquid very easily without mixing
- Leaves no ash or residue after burn out
- Results in smoother cast surfaces
Quick setting time
- Sets within 4 minutes
- Sets significantly faster than any other product
- Undetectable corrections and additions can be made, even after set
- Terrific acrylic resin
- Prosthodontists favorite
- The liquid is highly FLAMMABLE. Avoid sources of ignition.
- In case of contact with eyes, flush immediately with water and seek medical attention.
- Do not mix with other chemically cured resins.
- Do not return the residual powder and liquid to the bottle.
- In case of contact with skin wash off with soap and water.
- 1 x 100g Powder
- 1 x 105mL Liquid
- Mixing cups
DIRECTIONS TO USE
- Step 1.Powder and liquid preparation Dispense adequate amounts of powder and liquid into each rubber cup.Step 2. Building the coping (for secondary crown patterns of tapered crowns or telescopic crowns)
- a) Moisten the tip of the brush with the liquid and pick up a small amount of powder.
- b) Deposit this mixture on the crown and progressively build up the secondary crown pattern by repeating the procedure. In this case, no separating medium is required, but when working on a stone model, GC Acro Sep, GC Multi-Sep or Vaseline should be used as separator. – Clean the brush with liquid after use or during the work if necessary.
Step 3. Checking the internal surface of the pattern After the resin has set (3 min. at 23°C /73°F), remove the pattern carefully from the internal crown and check the margin and the internal surface .
Step 4. Fine adjustment
- a) Return the pattern to the internal crown and make a uniform thickness (0.3-0.4 mm) by using a bur.
- b) Remove the pattern and check the thickness with the measuring device.
Step 5. Waxing veneer and Cut out
- a) Perform the wax-up with inlay wax.
Note: There is no need to clean the surface of the pattern resin with a cleaning agent before waxing.
- b) Cut out the veneer for the facing .
- c) Place the retention beads.
Step 6. Investing, Burning out and Casting For a single crown, all procedures can be performed in the usual manner. For a larger pattern, hold at 250°C (482°F) for 1 hour before raising to the final burn out temperature.