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If you like polished temporaries but don't want to take the time to polish them, QUIKGlaze from All Dental Prodx may be for you. It can be a significant time-saver.

Here's how you use it. Fabricate your temporary crowns or bridge. Do your occlusal adjustments and contouring. Just before dismissing the patient, apply a thin layer of QUIKGlaze to the surface of the temporary crowns, let it seep into the temporary material for about twenty seconds, and light cure for another 20 seconds. That's all it takes. You don't need to worry about an air-inhibited layer. It's not runny, so there is no cleanup of the gingivae required. The resulting gloss will generally last for months, depending on how your patient treats it.

Another use for QUIKGlaze from All Dental Prodx is in temporary crown repair. Apply some between the broken pieces and cure.

Patients tend to relate the quality of your provisionals to the expected quality of the final restoration. With QUIKGlaze from All Dental Prodx you can provide a great-looking temporary while saving time.

QUIKGlaze is available from your dealer. For more information, call All Dental Prodx at (877) 647-7639 or visit their web site at


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