BEGO Occlusal/Milling/Crown Waxes

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    Crown wax

    • Hard and medium-hard wax compositions in blue, dark blue, grey and dentine ensure optimum waxing up of all types of crowns
    • Three shades provide for colour preferences and facilitate customised contouring
    • The balanced shrinkage of BEGO crown and bridge waxes is reduced to a minimum by the selective use of high-quality raw materials and rigorous production management
    • BEGO crown wax is particularly suitable for waxing up with either an open flame or an electric wax knife
    • Both waxes (medium-hard/hard) have ideal carving properties and solidify quickly, enabling them to be applied very quickly.
    • The choice of version depends essentially on the technician’s preference, the ambient conditions (room temperature) and the stability required when removing the model or when investing
    • BEGO crown wax can also be used for inlays thanks to its working characteristics
    • The solidification point of hard crown wax is approx. 61oC and that of medium-hard crown wax approx. 60oC

     

    Crown wax hard blue 70 g tin – Ref:  40111

    Crown wax hard grey 70 g tin – Ref:  40145

    Crown wax hard dentin 70 g tin – Ref:  40146

    Crown wax medium-hard dark blue 70 g tin – Ref:  40115

    Crown wax medium-hard grey 70 g tin – Ref:  40147

    Crown wax medium-hard dentin 70 g tin – Ref:  40148

     

    Occlusal wax

    • Ideal for efficient and aesthetic modelling of occlusal surfaces.
    • BEGO occlusal wax is available in two pastel shades to facilitate the shaping of occlusal surfaces. The choice of shades is a matter of personal preference. The advantage of light pastel shades, as with all BEGO occlusal waxes, is that they provide high-contrast visualisation of waxed-up occlusal surface contours, thereby great facilitating the implementation of occlusal concepts
    • A high degree of hardness is necessary when modelling occlusal surfaces in order to prevent compression at the contact points between maxilla and mandible
    • BEGO occlusal wax is very ductile because of its high surface tension. Wax drops form a ball when solidified, enabling even the most delicate occlusal contours to be waxed BEGO occlusal waxes do not stain, are not sticky and are very easy to mill. They also meet the highest dental technology standards
    • Solidification point approx. 59oC

     

    Occlusal wax, colour: grey 70 g tin – Ref: 40114

    Occlusal wax, colour: ivory 70 g tin – Ref: 40118

     

    Milling wax

    • BEGO milling waxes in green and grey are specially formulated to meet the particular challenges of machine processing
    • The ideal hardness of the wax prevents shavings from adhering to the wax-up and clogging up the milling tool, so the view of the milled surface is unobstructed at all times
    • The grey milling wax is also formulated with the maximum possible opacity, thus enabling optimal visual assessment of the milled surfaces and contours
    • Also ideal for milled bar constructions, e.g. on implants, thanks to its hardness and excellent milling properties
    • The solidification temperature of both milling waxes is approx. 62oC
    • Tip: Optimal milling speed in the range 2,500–5,000 rpm (depending on the cutting edge geometry and diameter of the cutter)

     

    Milling wax, colour green 70 g tin – Ref: 40113

    Milling wax, colour grey 70 g tin – Ref: 40119

    Additional information

    BEGO occlusal/crown/milling

    Crown wax hard blue 70 g tin, Crown wax hard dentin 70 g tin, Crown wax hard grey 70 g tin, Crown wax medium-hard dark blue 70 g tin, Crown wax medium-hard dentin 70 g tin, Crown wax medium-hard grey 70 g tin, Milling wax, colour green 70 g tin, Milling wax, colour grey 70 g tin, Occlusal wax, colour: grey 70 g tin, Occlusal wax, colour: ivory 70 g tin