High-Quality Dental Alginate Impression Material – Precision Types I, II, III

Discover our high-quality dental alginate impression material, perfect for capturing accurate dental impressions.

Available in three precision types for various applications, ensuring excellent surface reproduction, minimal shrinkage, and optimal initial hardness for superior dental restorations.

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Types I, II, III Alginate Dental Impression Material

Our high-quality dental alginate impression materials are essential for capturing accurate dental impressions. With options in three precision types, they offer excellent surface reproduction, minimal shrinkage, and optimal initial hardness, making them perfect for temporary crowns, bridges, dentures, and high-precision restorations.


Type Accuracy Surface Reproduction Initial Hardness Shrinkage Ideal Use Color Weight 
Type I Moderate Good Low Slight Temporary crowns, bridges, denture bases Red 454 g
Type II High Better Moderate Minimal Precision restorations (porcelain crowns, inlays) Yellow 454 g
Type III Ultra High Excellent High Negligible High-precision implants, digital impression scanning Brown 454 g

Incorporating the specific product details shown, here are the steps for using this alginate impression material:

  1. Measure out 100g of the alginate powder and 23ml of water for the proper powder:water ratio.
  2. Mix the powder and water together thoroughly until a smooth, homogeneous mixture is obtained.
  3. Load the mixed alginate impression material into an appropriate impression tray.
  4. Carefully insert the loaded tray into the patient’s mouth and have them bite down to record the impression. The setting time is 30 seconds.
  5. After 30 seconds, gently remove the set impression from the mouth. Rinse under water to clean.
  6. Allow the full working time for the impression to completely set and harden before further handling.
  7. To disinfect, immerse the set impression into a disinfectant solution according to recommendations.
  8. Once disinfected, the impression can be packaged and sent to a dental lab for model pouring or other intended applications.
  9. Maximum temperature the material can withstand is 95°F (35°C).
  10. Follow any other specific instructions or precautions provided for proper use and safety.