Bite Registration Material, Fast Set, 20/Case


Bite Registration Material


Accurate and predictable fast set bite registration material that produces reliable bite impressions to be used for dentures, mouthguards, and other dental procedures. A total working and set time of 2 minutes ensures a quick process to reduce patient wait time.


  • 20/Case
  • 50ml cartridge
  • Fast Set
  • No mixing tips
  • Mint flavor
  • Working Time: 30 sec
  • Set Time: 1 min 30 sec
Additional Information:

Looking for a bite registration material that sets quickly? Look no further than our Fast Set Bite Registration Material. This product is perfect for dental professionals who need to take accurate impressions of their patients' teeth. Made from high-quality materials, our Fast Set Bite Registration Material is sure to give you the results you need.


What is bite registration material?

Bite registration material is a material that’s impressionable and can be used to capture a patient’s bite.

What is a bite registration in dentistry?

Bite registration in dental is the process of obtaining an impression of a patient’s upper and lower teeth when biting to build mouthguards, dentures, and more.

What are the two types of alginate?

What is bite registration in dentistry?

Bite registration is the process of taking an impression of a patient’s upper and lower teeth to analyze their bite and then make crowns, dentures, and mouthguards.

Which type of bite registration material is most popular?

  • The bite registration material used depends on why the impression is being taken. Below are various types of material that serve a variety of purposes.
  • Elastomers
  • Plaster of Paris
  • Waxes
  • Zinc Oxide Eugenol Pastes (dentures)
  • High Durometer Polyvinyl Siloxane Materials (Blu Mousse, Quick Bite)

What is Plaster of Paris?

Plaster of Paris is a mixture of powdered calcium sulfate and water that’s used in both decorative features (molds), as well as the medical field (casts and dentures).

What is dental plaster?

Dental plaster is a powder mixed with water that’s used to produce dentures.

Is plaster of paris toxic?

Plaster of Paris is generally non-toxic . It is made from calcium sulfate hemihydrate and water to form a mold.