Category - Laboratory

Mission 5: Wiz the Wizard

30 January 2020

With the help of Miss Zeta, Doc Wiz is getting all the ingredients he will need to prepare the alginates. He is so good at his job that his dental assistant stands back in admiration and compliments him! Wiz the Wizard is the last episode of the web series The Zhermack mission. Enjoy the show!

Mission 4: A free weekend

10 January 2020

The last impressions have been taken and Doc Wiz can’t wait to go home and unwind, but Miss Zeta reminds him that the impressions have to be sent off to the laboratory before he can take off for the weekend. But thanks to the alginate Hydrogum 5 Doc Wiz’s plans for the weekend are safe! […]

Mission 3: The beauty of orthodontics

27 December 2019

Even if he lives in outer space, Doc Wiz is not immune to the lure of social media. He has taken such a good snapshot that he absolutely has to share it with his followers… and with Mr Tech too! So, here is The beauty of orthodontics, the third video from The Zhermack mission. Enjoy […]

Mission 2 – Silicones menu

10 December 2019

A new day is about to start for Doc Wiz and his assistant Miss Zeta. Hydrorise, Elite HD+,… there are so many Zhermack silicones that our dentist sometimes feels like he is doing another job! To find out which job, view the second episode of The Zhermack mission called Silicones menu. Enjoy the show!

The many uses of dental impression silicone

19 July 2019

Over time, various materials have been used to make impressions of the oral cavity and create permanent restorations. Like many things in dentistry, impression materials have developed rapidly, thanks in part to the developments put on the market by manufacturers. Elastomers, for example, are a group of materials widely used in dentistry, and include addition and […]

Impression resins and silicones

19 July 2019

Addition silicones are the most precise materials used for the duplication of models in the dental laboratory. They are used for casting in the same way as gels (reversible hydrocolloids), but differ in that their hardening is non-reversible, therefore they cannot therefore be re-used. Due to their precision, they are used mainly for applications requiring a […]