- Product Details
- Clinical Technique
- Technical Details
Affinity™ Quick Bite is an ultra-rigid, fast-setting, resin-reinforced bite registration material that helps guarantee better crown and bridge accuracy and reduced adjustments.
Affinity Quick Bite is a mousse-like bite registration material that flows better to capture more accurate details. Unlike other bite registration material Quick Bite is not brittle and has an ultra-high 90+ durometer cure to eliminate distortion during prosthetic fabrication. Quick Bite cures intraorally in as little as 45 seconds and will not compress during articulation at the dental laboratory. Quick Bite can also be carved easily and without crumbling.
Quick Bite is part of the Affinity line of impression materials that combine a unique branched resin, more refined filler and even distribution of surfactant for enhanced accuracy.
Affinity impression materials feature:
- Enhanced hydrophilicity for excellent performance in the presence of moisture, especially with subgingival preparations
- 100% cure to a dense supportive state, which translates to higher tear strength and dimensional stability
"The Affinity line of products are an indispensable part of my restorative practice. The quality and flexibility of the entire line gives me great confidence in my crown and bridge procedures."
Dr. Robert G. Ritter – Jupiter, FL
To purchase in bulk quantities or bundle with other impression materials and save money per cartridge you can build a Spectrum Pack here:
Affinity Quick Bite 2-Pack (Item Number: 026400):
- 2 x 50mL cartridges
- Mixing tips
- IFU / SDS
Affinity Quick Bite 12-Pack (016912):
- 12 x 50mL cartridges
- IFU / SDS
Q: How is Affinity different from other impression materials?
A: Only Affinity uses branched resin chemistry for 3-dimensional cross-linking resulting in a higher tear strength, refined fillers, and an even distribution of surfactant. Other impression materials use linear resin chemistry with an uneven distribution of surfactant resulting in less accurate impressions that are more prone to tearing of the thin interproximal and sulcus fins.