Self-curing resin for the making of temporary crowns & bridges

Making of: Crowns, Bridges, Inlays, Onlays

  • Excellent compressive and flexural strength
  • Temporary crowns and bridges which are extremely resistant
  • Low polymerization shrinkage Better marginal adaptation
  • Low exothermic polymerization reaction - increased patient comfort
  • Easy retrieval from the impression owing to a rubbery phase
  • Aesthetic result with a high stability of color and fluorescence
  • Natural shine / Perfect appearance in any light
  • Easy polishing and finishing
  • Standard dispenser gun (standard 1:1).
  • No extra costs involved
  • Can be used on vital teeth

More on the product

Product ReferencePackagingShade
DWN50-A11 Dentocrown cartridge (50 ml) + 10 mixing tipsA1
DWN50-A21 Dentocrown cartridge (50 ml) + 10 mixing tipsA2
DWN50-A31 Dentocrown cartridge (50 ml) + 10 mixing tipsA3
DWNAX-A21 Dentocrown syringe (5 ml) + 10 mixing tipsA2
DWNAX-A31 Dentocrown syringe (5 ml) + 10 mixing tipsA3
DWNE-1010 mixing tips for the cartridge -

High compressive strength: 210 MPa 

It is possible to rebase DentoCrown. 2 ways: Remove the viscous (inhibiting) layer that forms on the surface of the temporary tooth with alcohol. Use DentoTemp to fill holes Useful information: There are no bonds between DentoCrown composite resins and polycarboxylate temporary crowns. To ensure adhesion, a bonding must be applied between the resin and the temporary crown.

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