Dentsply Sirona Launches New Intro Kit to Complement Recent Successful Launch of Aquasil Ultra+ Smart Wetting Impression Material

Posted on November 3, 2016

In keeping with a long tradition of offering meaningful innovation to the market, Dentsply Sirona recently introduced Aquasil® Ultra+ Smart Wetting® Impression Material. A completely redesigned VPS offering, Aquasil Ultra+ material merges state-of-the-art intraoral hydrophilicity and intraoral tear strength to deliver better-than-ever results--optimizing performance in all areas, not just one. The plus means clinicians do not have to choose between wettability, tear strength, speed, and delivery options. 

Today, Dentsply Sirona announces a new way to experience Aquasil Ultra+ material—the Aquasil Ultra+ Smart Wetting Impression Material Introductory Kit. This new introductory kit (Reorder# 678695) features an assortment of fast set material to allow clinicians the opportunity to try multiple viscosities and delivery options in this newly launched impression material line. Also included in the kit is the digit Targeted Delivery System that gets clinicians up to 34% closer to the prepared tooth than conventional 50mL delivery methods. This precision delivery system is an excellent way to experience both precision delivery and convenience. 

Aquasil Ultra+ material is a final VPS impression material indicated for use in all dental impression techniques. 

A No-Compromise VPS Solution 

Aquasil Ultra+ material provides clinicians a no-compromise solution to their final impression needs with market leading intraoral hydrophilicity and intraoral tear strength. Historically, the market has measured impression material performance outside of the clinical context in which a dentist works. Leveraging the latest technology, Dentsply Sirona tests and publishes clinically relevant intraoral performance to better empower clinicians to make clinical decisions. 

Aquasil Ultra+ material’s market leading intraoral hydrophilicity is designed to help clinicians avoid trapping fluid from the moment the material is syringed into the oral cavity, helping clinicians alleviate voids and bubbles at or near the margin. 

Market leading intraoral tear strength delivers a material designed to help clinicians reduce risks of tears at the margin while the material is in thin cross-sections and when being removed from the patient’s mouth, including in cases where retraction paste is used. 

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