Magic with Simple Materials-Admixture (Modified Impression Compound the Golden Standard)
Making a good and an accurate impression is an art and science. Handling the properties of material and their selection is very important. An ideal impression material requires rigidity for dimensional stability and adequate flow for accuracy with an allowance for registering and finer adjustments. Incorporation of greenstick compound into impression compound makes it almost the perfect material of choice.
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