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									Jet Denture Repair
 Jet Denture Repair
Product Identification
 Product Identification
Fast curing denture repair acrylic resin
 Fast curing denture repair acrylic resin

Package Contents
 Package Contents
REF 1220
 REF 1220        Net Wt. 100g
                  Net Wt. 100g
REF 1230
 REF 1230        Net Wt. 454g
                  Net Wt. 454g
REF 1250
 REF 1250        Net Wt. 2.3kg
                  Net Wt. 2.3kg
REF 1270
 REF 1270        Net Wt. 11.3kg
                  Net Wt. 11.3kg
REF 1280
 REF 1280        Net Wt. 45.4kg
                  Net Wt. 45.4kg
REF 1402X6
 REF 1402X6      Net Vol. 6x30ml
                  Net Vol. 6x30ml
REF 1403
 REF 1403        Net Vol. 118ml
                  Net Vol. 118ml
REF 1404
 REF 1404        Net Vol. 236ml
                  Net Vol. 236ml
REF 1405
 REF 1405        Net Vol. 473ml
                  Net Vol. 473ml
REF 1406
 REF 1406        Net Vol. 946ml
                  Net Vol. 946ml
REF 1408
 REF 1408        Net Vol. 19L
                  Net Vol. 19L
REF 1407D
 REF 1407D       Net Vol. 55 gallon
                  Net Vol. 55 gallon
REF 1223
 REF 1223        Net Wt. 100g; Net Vol. 118ml; Liquid Foil:
                  Net Wt. 100g; Net Vol. 118ml; Liquid Foil:
                 Net Vol. 30ml; Acrylic Primer: Net Vol.
                  Net Vol. 30ml; Acrylic Primer: Net Vol.
                 10ml; glass dropper; brushes
                  10ml; glass dropper; brushes
REF 1234
 REF 1234        Net Wt. 454g; Net Vol. 236ml; Liquid Foil:
                  Net Wt. 454g; Net Vol. 236ml; Liquid Foil:
                 Net Vol. 30ml; Acrylic Primer: Net Vol.
                  Net Vol. 30ml; Acrylic Primer: Net Vol.
                 10ml; glass dropper; brushes;
                  10ml; glass dropper; brushes;
                 dispenser bottle
                  dispenser bottle
REF 1256
 REF 1256        Net Wt. 2.3kg; Net Vol. 946ml
                  Net Wt. 2.3kg; Net Vol. 946ml

Intended Purpose
 Intended Purpose
This product is intended for the fabrication of denture repairs.
 This product is intended for the fabrication of denture repairs.

Storage Conditions //Instructions
 Storage Conditions Instructions
Close container tightly after use. Store in original container,
 Close container tightly after use. Store in original container,
in aacool, dry, well-ventilated location, away from sources of
 in cool, dry, well-ventilated location, away from sources of
ignition and light.
 ignition and light.
                       Operating / Handling Instructions
                       Liquid may cause skin irritation. Avoid
                       contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Wear
                       protective gloves, safety glasses with side
                       shields or chemical splash goggles. Avoid
     Xn - Harmful
                       prolonged breathing of vapors. Use with
                       adequate ventilation. Do not smoke in the
                       presence of open containers. See Material
                       Safety Data Sheet for complete information.
                       MSDS is available at www.langdental.com
                       or by contacting manufacturer.
F - Highly Flammable

Warning: flammable liquid. Contains Methyl Methacrylate
Monomer, stabilized. Flash Point: 52.7°F (11.5°C), NFPA,
NPCA-HMIS #: H-2,F-3,R-2.

Contraindications
Jet Denture Repair is contraindicated in patients with allergies
to methyl methacrylate.

Other Materials / Equipment Needed
    1. Liquid Foil (Tin foil substitute solution)
    2. Sticky wax or super glue
    3. Acrylic Primer (Acrylic bonding agent)
    4. Jet Seal (Acrylic sealant), optional
    5. Aquapres™ (Pressure curing unit), optional


Instructions for Use
For consistent results always shake Jet liquid before use,
as catalyst may have separated from monomer.
A.    Repairing a Broken Denture
1.    Reassemble pieces of denture with sticky wax
      or super glue.
2.    Pour a cast of denture using plaster or stone.
3.    After cast is set, trim and remove pieces of denture.
4.    Apply Liquid Foil solution to the cast.
Instructions for Use (continued)
5. Grind broken edges of denture to a beveled edge.
     Reduce thickness in half, extending approximately
     4mm from each side of fracture.
6.   Paint a thin coat of Acrylic Primer over fractured edges to
     ensure a strong, uniform bond with new acrylic.
7.   Place broken pieces of denture on the cast. Moisten the
     fractured edges with Jet liquid. Apply Jet Denture Repair
     powder to moistened area. Alternate applications of liquid
     and powder until the area to be repaired is filled. Overfill
     slightly to allow for finishing.
8.   Let bench cure for 1-2 minutes. Allow an additional 10 minutes
     for complete curing. Bench cure at room temperature, or
     for better results, cure in Aquapres at 30 psi.
9.   Remove denture from cast after acrylic is cured. Remove
     excess acrylic with an arbor band or stone. Grind to a
     smooth finish.
10. Paint with Jet Seal for a hard lustrous shine, if desired.

B.   Replacing Teeth
1.   Clean tooth socket.
2.   Choose a denture tooth similar in size, color and shape to
     original tooth.
3.   Prepare denture by reducing the lingual area of the tooth
     socket enough to accommodate the new tooth. Leave the
     labial portion of the tooth socket intact to aid in reposi-
     tioning new tooth.
4.   Paint a thin coat of Acrylic Primer on socket area.
5.   Insert a drop of Jet liquid into socket. Add enough Jet
     Denture Repair Powder to absorb the liquid.
6.   Allow the acrylic to set for 1 minute, then push the new
     tooth into the socket and hold in aligned position. Alter-
     nate applications of liquid and powder until the lingual
     area of the tooth is slightly overfilled.
Instructions for Use (continued)
 Instructions for Use (continued)
7. Hold the tooth in place until the new acrylic is dull in
 7. Hold the tooth in place until the new acrylic is dull in
    appearance (approximately 22minutes). Allow an additional
     appearance (approximately minutes). Allow an additional
    10 minutes for complete curing. Bench cure at room tem-
     10 minutes for complete curing. Bench cure at room tem-
    perature, or for better results, cure in Aquapres at 30 psi.
     perature, or for better results, cure in Aquapres at 30 psi.
8. Remove excess acrylic with aabur or stone after denture is
 8. Remove excess acrylic with bur or stone after denture is
    cured. Grind to aasmooth finish.
     cured. Grind to smooth finish.
9. Paint with Jet Seal for aahard lustrous shine, ififdesired.
 9. Paint with Jet Seal for hard lustrous shine, desired.

Disposal
 Disposal
Dispose of unused material in accordance with local, state,
 Dispose of unused material in accordance with local, state,
and national legislation.
 and national legislation.

Warranty
 Warranty
Manufacturer warrants this product to be free from
 Manufacturer warrants this product to be free from
manufacturing defects for one year from date of purchase.
 manufacturing defects for one year from date of purchase.
Warranty is void ififproduct is not used for intended purpose,
 Warranty is void product is not used for intended purpose,
not used as instructed or not stored in original container.
 not used as instructed or not stored in original container.




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MediMark ®Europe Sarl
 MediMark Europe Sarl
BP 2332
 BP 2332
38033 Grenoble Cedex 22
 38033 Grenoble Cedex
France
 France

Lang Dental Mfg. Co., Inc.
 Lang Dental Mfg. Co., Inc.
Wheeling, IL 60090-0969 USA
 Wheeling, IL 60090-0969 USA
www.LangDental.com
 www.LangDental.com

Made in USA
 Made in USA
Ph 847-215-6622
 Ph 847-215-6622
Fax 847-215-6678
 Fax 847-215-6678


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