Carbon’s new dental resins to unlock advanced Dental Applications

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  • Pac-Dent Rodin™ Sculpture, Desktop Health™ Flexcera™ Base, and Keystone Industries KeyGuard™ are among the new resins that will help dental labs diversify their offerings, streamline workflows, and unlock new applications.
Keystone Industries KeyGuard dental resins
Keystone Industries KeyGuard dental resins/Source: Carbon

Carbon, a leading product development and manufacturing technology company, has announced the availability of three ground-breaking dental resins on its platform: Pac-Dent Rodin Sculpture, Desktop Health Flexcera Base, and Keystone KeyGuard. Each resin has been rigorously tested and validated for use with Carbon’s printers, adding significantly to Carbon’s dental materials portfolio.

This launch is part of Carbon’s initiative to facilitate and support dental industry innovation, allowing labs to diversify their production capabilities and explore new applications. Carbon’s platform, which is known for its speed, precision, and consistency, now offers even more versatility with these validated resins developed by industry leaders. These strong material offerings, combined with our stringent validation process, ensure the dependability and consistency of your printer fleet.

“With the introduction of these new resins, dental labs can look forward to improving their workflow efficiency and product offerings while providing customers with the latest in dental care advancements. Each resin will unlock new opportunities for dental labs and further highlight Carbon’s unwavering dedication to facilitating dental industry innovation through advanced, best-in-class resins.”

– Philip DeSimone, Co-Founder and Office of the CEO, Carbon

Carbon’s new Dental Resins

Pac-Dent Rodin Sculpture dental resins
Pac-Dent Rodin Sculpture dental resins/Source: Carbon

Pac-Dent Rodin Sculpture Resin: The Pac-Dent Rodin Sculpture Resin, developed for modern dental restorations, introduces a new all-on-x solution for long-term provisional on the Carbon platform. This resin guarantees high precision, aesthetics, and strength. This resin is notable for being the first in Carbon’s line to be FDA 510k-cleared for all-on-x temporary dental appliances, with a nanohybrid ceramic formulation for lifelike permanent restorations. It is also the first permanent crown material to contain more than 50% ceramic filler, making it eligible for updated ADA insurance code reimbursements: D2740, D2630, and D2644.

Desktop Health Flexcera Base: Flexcera Base, the latest innovation in denture base materials, joins Carbon’s portfolio following the successful validation of Flexcera Smile Ultra+ restorative tooth resin. This resin is intended for the production of high-impact denture bases, combining optimal fracture resistance with high aesthetic quality. Flexcera Base and Flexcera Smile Ultra+ are both FDA-approved, allowing dental labs to confidently offer permanent and temporary solutions to their customers.

Keystone Industries KeyGuard: Keystone Industries introduces the Keystone KeyGuard to the Carbon platform, a material designed for high-quality, custom-fit mouthguards. This enhancement allows dental professionals to digitally design sports mouthguards with custom variable wall thicknesses to provide comfort and protection to the end user. This resin adds another important application to Carbon’s premium resin portfolio.

The new materials are immediately available for purchase, and Carbon offers comprehensive support and training.

About Pac-Dent: Pac-Dent, Inc. is a rapidly expanding international dental product and device design, manufacturing, and wholesale company. Pac-Dent, founded in 1992, has earned a reputation as one of the best and most dependable names in the dental industry. Pac-Dent is committed to providing high-quality, technologically advanced, and innovative products in the preventive, teeth whitening, endodontic, and infection control markets.

About Keystone Industries: Keystone’s dental companies are primarily focused on consumable digital, laboratory, operatory, and preventative products. The company is a global supplier with over 70 distribution partners worldwide. For more than 30 years, Keystone has been developing biocompatible photopolymer resins for dental and cosmetic applications, and the company has FDA licencing, ISO 13485 and 22716 certifications, as well as international product registrations.

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