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Zhermack presents the new Quick Set version of Hydrorise Implant: the precision and reliability of always, in less time!


Hydrorise Implant, the high rigidity A-silicone for implantology, is now also available in a Quick Set version.

Starting from now, you do not have to seek the compromise between speed and precision.

The new Quick Set version of Hydrorise Implant offers the same precision as ever, but faster: only two minutes in the mouth!

A must for professionals looking for a shorter working time and quicker time in mouth compared to the normal version, which becomes synonymous with greater efficiency within the dental practice.

Hydrorise Implant was specifically designed  for impression taking in implantology where state-of-the-art CAD/CAM manufacturing of implant prosthodontic frameworks requires a high degree of accuracy and precision of the impressions, as highlighted in the recent study by Prof. Baldissara of the University of Bologna1. Thanks to an ideal combination of high rigidity, which helps holding the transfer in the three-dimensional position, and high elastic recovery which minimises the risk of deformation during removal from the mouth, an accurate impression can be obtained quickly and easily on the first try.

Open to new digital technologies, Hydrorise Implant is also scannable with the most common scanning systems in the market without using matting sprays and CBCT*, entering the digital workflow to improve communication with the dental laboratory.

Hydrorise Implant is the ideal solution to meet the strict clinical requirements of modern implant prosthodontics, proving to have accuracy and precision significantly higher than other materials, such as polyethers.

Hydrorise Implant, simply accurate.

1P. Baldissara*, C. Parisi*, F. Ghelli*, L. Ciocca*, R. Meneghello**, A.M. Messias***.
Accuracy And Precision Of Impression Materials Designed For Implant Prosthodontics.
Abstract IADR/AADR 2019.
* DIBINEM Prosthodontics, University of Bologna, Bologna, ITALY
** Mechanical Engineering, University of Padua, Padua, ITALY
*** Dental Materials and Prosthodontics, São Paulo State University (UNESP), School of Dentistry, Araraquara, Araraquara, São Paulo, BRAZIL

*Scanning test performed by 3Dfast on impressions obtained from models.

Application picture courtesy of: Dr. A. Barbaglia