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Esthetic provisional prostheses are easily and quickly accomplished with bis-acryl materials. Similar to other brands, MARK3 C&B Material is a self-curing bis-acryl that is esthetic, long-lasting, and has low exotherm during polymerization. However, it has a price advantage of being one-third to one-half lower. Excellent color match with four shades: Al, A2, A3, and Bl. Setting time: intraoral 2—3 minutes, full set in 6—7 minutes. Similar to other bis-acryl materials, there is slight shrinkage when cured.
VPS impression materials are one of the most consistent, high-accuracy materials in dentistry. The differences in colors, viscosities, and setting time that vary by brand try to differentiate this category of material. MARK3 eXact VPS Impression Material provides many features desired at a lower cost. It uses dual-viscosity technique, is packaged in familiar 50 ml cartridges, and is available in Fast Set (1 min. working time, 1 min. set time) and Regular Set (2 min. working time, 1 min. set time).
Bite registration material claiming to be similar to Blu-Mousse. Medium-body VPS claims to create stiff but not brittle network that stays where placed (no major slump) and to set hard yet flexible. Available in regular (3 minutes), fast (1 minute), and superfast (45 seconds) set times. CR worked with fast set (working time 40 seconds, set time 1 minute).
CR was founded in 1976 by clinicians who believed practitioners could confirm efficacy and clinical usefulness of new products and avoid both the experimentation on patents and failures in the closet With this purpose in mind, CR was organized as a unique volunteer purpose of testing all types of dental products and disseminating results to colleagues throughout the world.
Research funds come from subscriptions to the Gordon J. Christensen Clinicians Report. Revenue from CRS "Dentistry Update" courses support payroll for non-clinical staff. All Clinical Evaluators volunteer their time and expertise. CR is a non-profit, educational research institute. It is not owned in whole or in part by any individual, family, or group of Investors. This system, free of outside funding, was designed to keep CRS research objective and candid.
Each year, CR tests in excess of 750 different product brands, performing about 20000 field evaluations. CR tests all types of dental products, including materials, devices, and equipment, plus techniques. Worldwide, products are purchased from distributors, secured from companies, and sent to CR by clinicians, inventors, and patients. There is no charge to companies for product evaluations. Testing combines the efforts of 450 clinicians in 19 countries who volunteer their time and expertise, and 40 on-site scientists, engineers, and support staff. Products are subjected to at least two levels of CRS unique three-tiered evaluaton process that consists of:
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This team is testing resln curing lights to determine their ability to cure a variety of resin-based composities.
Every Month several new projects are completed.
New dental products have always presented a challenge to clinicians because, with little more than promotional informa tion to guide them, they mustjudge between those that are new and better, and those that are just new. Because of the industry's keen competition and rush to be first on the market, clinicians and their patients often become test data for new products.
Every clinician has, at one time or another, become a victim of this system. All own new products that did not meet expectations, but are stored in hope ofsome unknown future use, or thrown away at a considerable loss. To help clinicians make educated product purchases, CR tests new dental products and reports the results to the profession.