Hi, I’m Dr. Todd Shatkin and welcome to this Monday Morning Minute. What impression material are you using for your final impressions? For your Crown and Bridge restorations or for your first Crown restorations or for your Denture impression restorations? I will tell you that I’ve been in practice for 30 years and I am so impressed with the Katzenbach impression material.
It takes a fantastic, fantastic impression pretty much every time we use the Panicill impression wash material along with a panicill heavy body material for our final restoration impressions for crown and bridge, as well as our first impressions. It’s really important not to use something like alginate for your impressions that you send out to Buffalo to have stents and crowns and bridges made for the first technique. We’ve got to have very accurate polyvinyl impressions. This product is fantastic and you’re going to love it. Not only are you going to love the product, you’re going to love the price because they’re offering all of Shatkin F.I.R.S.T.® Customers a fantastic deal on this product direct from the manufacturer at a discounted price because you’re a valued Shack and first customer.
So all you have to do is get a hold of one of the Shatkin F.I.R.S.T.® Reps. They’ll put you in touch with the Kettenbach sales rep in your area, and they will take really great care of you. You will love this company and you will love the products. But better yet, you’re going to love the impressions that you get when you use these products. Now, for a Lgenate substitute, we use a product called Celgenet that’s also from Kentandbach.
And that material is quite a bit less expensive than the heavy body material. It sets much quicker, and you can use that for your preliminary and final impressions for your dentures. So whatever you might need, just give us a call and we’ll help you out with these impression materials. And what you’re going to find is better fitting restorations and better results for your patients. Thank you for joining me on this Monday Morning Minute, and I look forward to seeing you all coming to one of our upcoming courses here in Bud Buffalo at our new training center.