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 Imprint 4 Dental Impression Material from 3M ESPE

 Imprint 4 Dental Impression Material from 3M ESPE



Imprint 4 Dental Impression Material brochure Product Brochure
English (pdf, 640KB),
French (pdf, 640KB)

Imprint 4 Dental Impression Material technical data sheet Portfolio Overview
English (pdf, 2.8MB),
French (pdf, 2.8MB)

Competitive Overview Competitive Overview (pdf, 410KB)

Technical Data Sheet Technical Data Sheet (pdf, 2.8MB)


Imprint 4 Dental Impression Material Fastest intra-oral setting time

Introducing Imprint™ 4 VPS Impression Material



Fastest intra-oral setting time1

The Imprint 4 Impression Material cuts intra-oral setting time nearly in half of its predecessor, Imprint 3 Impression Material, and other leading competitive VPS dental impression materials. Imprint 4 noticeably reduces chair time and stress for patients—without reducing the precision of your impression results. Watch the video


Same long working time

It’s easy to get excited about such a drastic reduction in intra-oral setting time – especially when working time is not compromised. Imprint 4 puts you in control with adequate working time—a factor for avoiding problems, and for making good impressions with reliable results. Watch the video


Super hydrophilicity

Imprint 4 material is super-hydrophilic, and displaces moisture right from the start in the unset state, which helps prevent detail-disrupting voids. Super hydrophilicity results in impressions with precise details that are easy to read, precise-fitting restorations, and fewer adjustments required on final restorations. Watch the video

The lower the contact angle, the higher the hydrophilicity

The lower the contact angle, the higher the hydrophilicity

A contact angle test was conducted to determine which material is most hydrophilic. 20 seconds after the start of mixing, a water droplet was placed on the surface of unset Imprint™ 4 Light VPS Impression Material and competitive VPS impression materials. The spread of the water droplet was observed and the contact angle measured after 2 seconds.

Source: N. Shakourian, M. Neglia, D. Nobrega, G. Kugel, R. Perry, Comparing Hydrophilicity of VPS Materials in the Unset Stage; AADR 2012, #1024.

¹ 3M ESPE internal data