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Arti-Spot

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Arti-Spot® is a liquid contact color for checking the accuracy of fit of crowns, inlays, onlays, telescope crowns, clasps as well as friction surfaces.

Arti-Spot® is applied with a brush to the surface to be checked and leaves a thin film of approx. 3μm after a few seconds due to evaporation of the solvent. Each contact destroys the paint skin exactly at the point of contact. The contact area is then clearly visible at this point.

 

We offer three different colors for a high-contrast display on different materials.

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Usage of Arti-Spot.

 

Arti-Spray

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Arti-Spray® is a universal marking spray in four different colors for the dental laboratory for checking occlusal contacts as well as the accurate fitting of crowns, bridges, dentures and bite splints.

Arti-Spray® can be precisely dosed and leaves a thin powdery layer of color that can be easily removed with water or steam jet without leaving any residue. 

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Usage of Arti-Spray.

 

Bio-Ink Flow

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Bio-Ink®-Flow is a green, highly viscous, easy to apply paste for marking sore spots on the gum and locating them on the denture.  

Bio-Ink®-Flow is intended for marking points, areas and lines on the oral mucosa, such as sore spots, AH-line and mucosal bands.  The relevant areas are colored with Bio-Ink®-Flow on the previously dried mucosa. When the dried denture is inserted, the color which has been applied to the sore spot is being transferred. Subsequently, the removable restoration can be adjusted.

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Usage of Bio-Ink Flow.

Arti-Brux

 
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Arti-Brux® is an occlusal indicator paint in red:

• to control static and dynamic occlusion on restorations, prosthetics and occlusal splints.
• short term occlusion control (max. 24 hours).

Arti-Brux® is a red indicator paint which is applied with a brush (single use product) to the occlusal surfaces to be tested. After drying, Arti-Brux® forms a saliva-resistant, thin and even coating.
To diagnose parafunctions (especially bruxism), Arti-Brux® has to be applied to the hard splint. 
Due to the color abrasions, contact areas become clearly visible.

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Usage of Arti-Brux.