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Yes, a pressure pot is a necessary piece of equipment to have at any dental practice. Dental pressure pots are used to cure acrylics needed for a variety of dental appliances. A dentist can use a pressure pot to create high-quality relines, repairs, splints, temporaries, and various orthodontic appliances.
When a dentist uses a pressure pot to cure appliances, it creates a long-lasting color and removes porosity. If you’re looking for an affordable yet effective way to cure appliances, a pressure pot is an excellent solution.
There are several types of dental pressure pots available. Pressure pots can either use heat, air, or water to cure appliances.
Different features of pressure pots can include a temperature controller, pressure gauge, safety valve, and an air valve to bring air into the pot. The features will differ depending on the type of pressure pot you purchase.
While you’re shopping, make sure to pick up impression materials and other supplies you need to make high-quality temporaries and dental appliances for your patients. What Kinds of Pressure Pots Are Available on
On the Net32 dental marketplace, you will find several different kinds of pressure pots that can be used for custom trays, baseplates, repairs, and more, and are suitable for any dental practice. Some of the options within our product offering include:
The sizes of the pressure pots available on Net32 also vary from 5" to 9 3/4" in length to 5" to 6" in width.
Net32 carries dental pressure pots from some of the leading brands in the industry, such as Procure300, Acri-Dense VI, Investpres, Aquapres, and JSP. No matter what type of dental pressure pot you buy for your dental practice, you can rest assured that it will be a quality solution.
When you purchase from the Net32 dental marketplace, you can save substantially on high-quality dental equipment. From dental laboratory hydraulic press, to dental mixing tips and dental silicone impression materials, Net32 has everything you could possibly need to run an efficient practice.
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