- One of the hardest VPS-based bite registration materials
- Superior break resistance
- Fresh fruity orange scent
- Minimal bite resistance
Fresh hardness for optimal occlusion.
O-Bite, DMG’s self-mixing VPS bite registration material with a Shore-A hardness of 93, provides perfectly fitting restorations without cumbersome grinding of the occlusal height.
Another advantage is the DMG-developed vinyl-silicone matrix, which, thanks to its uniform linking structure, promotes excellent break resistance and superior final hardness. O-Bite can be trimmed and finished with either a scalpel or silicone burr.
The material’s many outstanding properties and its fruity orange scent convince even the experts. O-Bite was awarded 4 Stars by independent test institute »Reality« and achieved first place in user evaluations, beating all other bite registration materials tested.
|Highest final hardness||No compression or flexing when mounted|
|Good break resistance||Easy to trim and finish
Reduced risk of breakages
|Long working time||Safe application across the entire mandibular arch|
|Short setting time||Fast fixing bite situation|
|Fruity fresh orange scent||Improved patient comfort|
Highest final hardness
With a Shore-A-hardness of 93.3, O-Bite is the hardest of all VPS-based bite registration materials. The material’s high final hardness is, particularly important for repositioning the bite registration on the models in the articulator in order to guarantee perfectly fitting restorations.
Softer silicones flex or compress, thus prohibiting a precise articulation. This can lead to unwanted bite elevations requiring a time-consuming grinding process. A direct insertion of an elevated restoration may cause significant discomfort in the mandibular joint.
With its superior hardness O-Bite ensures a gnathologically perfect tooth relationship.
Excellent break resistance
Thanks to its DMG-developed vinyl silicone matrix, O-Bite exhibits outstanding break resistance. The linking structure of the VPS material is achieved through silicone chains of equal length which facilitate a particularly stable linking structure when cured. For the application this characteristic guarantees high break resistance during removal, cutting and repositioning on the model.
|2||Cartridges @ 50 ml|
|8||Cartridges @ 50 ml|
|1||Automix-Dispenser Type 50 1:1||REF 909507|
|50||Automix-Tips Pink 1:1||REF 909202|
O-BiteInstructions for use
O-BiteMaterial Safety Data Sheet