Luxatemp Star from DMG | Healthcare Essentials

By: Healthcare Essentials  06-Dec-2011

Even the best can still be made better. The most convincing proof: Luxatemp Star. Already its predecessor Luxatemp-Fluorescence was a many times awarded success material. Several 5 star awards from REALITY, »Top Provisional Material« ' and »Best of the Best« according to Dental Advisor ', number 1 in the US – that can only be accomplished by optimally combining esthetics and perfect fit.

Luxatemp Star can do even more: Record values for break resistance and flexural strength provide never-before-seen stability and durability. Another plus: Luxatemp Star reaches its final hardness in no more than 5 minutes. Less waiting time – more comfort.

Besides Luxatemp Star, DMG also offers a series of perfectly coordinated top products for temporary restorations. Perfect when everything fits like that.

Indications

Temporary crowns and bridges, inlays and onlays, veneers and long-term temporaries

Specialities

The ideal solution for all temporary restorations:
TempoCemNE , LuxaFlow Star,
Luxatemp-Glaze & Bond and Status Blue


Good reasons

  • Substantially higher flexural strength and fracture toughness
  • Improved initial hardness
  • Great adaption and fit
  • Outstanding esthetics and color stability
  • Faster curing
  • Reliable elastic phase


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