Laboratory Range - Waxes

Modelling Wax/Sheet Wax/Base Plate Wax/Hard Wax

Description: Base plate wax is a durable substance used mainly to fabricate occlusion rims for dental construction into which denture teeth are arranged (IE. holding artificial teeth to baseplates) before laboratory processing and during fabrication of the denture.

Thickness: 1.3 mm – 1.5 mm. (Custom Size / Thickness Catered)

Size: 160 mm x 90 mm

Color: It comes in various shades such as pink, light pink, red.

Type: Soft, Medium, Hard & Plasti Wax.

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Intended use/Indications:
Fabrication of occlusal rims, Spacer to protect the relief areas and to establish the Initial arch form in the construction of complete dentures, fabrication of trial denture base in the process of making complete or partial dental prosthesis, production of gypsum casts, nonmetallic denture bases, registering of Jaw relations, and laboratory work.

Advantages:

  • It is a type 2 low-fusing wax used for indirect wax technique. It is made of low-molecular-weight ester of fatty acids derived from natural or synthetic components, such as petroleum derivatives, that soften at a relatively low temperature (45-55°C).
  • The wax does not fragment into flakes when molded after softening and provides a framework for registering of jaw relations and arrangement of the prosthetic teeth.
  • The wax attains a plastic state at room temperature, hence during the trials the teeth do not get displaced from their defined layout as per the patient’s Jaw model under the Ideal working pressure of try in models.
  • The wax melts out during the process of burnout/ dewaxing to create the mold space into which the acrylic is filled for making the final denture prosthesis.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Best before 60 months under proper storage

Sprue/Wire Wax

Description: Wax specially designed for creating sprues used in the casting of dental prostheses.

Thickness: It is in the wire form available in diameter of 1.5 mm, 2 mm, 2.5 mm, 3 mm, 4 mm, 5 mm and 6 mm (Custom Thickness / Shapes Catered)

PackingProduct Code
1.5 mm2301 / 500
2.0 mm2302 / 500
2.5 mm2303 / 500
3.0 mm2304 / 500
4.0 mm2305 / 500
5.0 mm2306 / 500

Intended use / Indications: Sprue wax is used for spruing and mounting process of patterns.

Properties & Advantages:

  • Stiff enough to hold the wax patterns and does not deform in shape.
  • Easy burn out without residue

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage

Sticky Wax Sticks

Description:
Wax to fix removable prosthesis. Its high adherent properties make of this wax an excellent material to fix resin teeth to the anterior walls and to fix these walls to the model.

Thickness: 114 x 8 mm dia sticks weighing appx. 6 g / Pc

Packing: Pack of 10 Sticks and also available in 200gms plastic box.

PackingProduct Code
10 Pcs2701/010
200 g2701/200

Intended use/Indications:
1. It is used to hold or weld materials or pieces together.
2. The Sticky Wax can also be used to connect or repairs wax patterns

Properties & Advantages:

  • It is blending of various waxes and resins, and it is yellow in color.
  • It melts when heated and adheres to the surface over which it is applied.
  • It holds the components prior to fixation and gives a clean burnout.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage

Lingual Bar Wax

Description: Pre-formed lingual connector bars. Ideal for clasps, flange, and lingual connector areas. Used by dental labs while waxing a denture.

Thickness: These are wax strips – 160 mm long x 15 mm high, with taper across 15 mm – one edge – 2.25 mm and another 1.1 mm.

PackingProduct Code
453 g (1lb)2205 / 453

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage

Utility Wax

Description:
Utility Wax are in form of ropes/wires easily shaped waxes that are specially suited for fill-ins and wax pattern repair. It can also be used to easily correct mistakes by “blending-in” with your original wax part. Extremely pliable at room temperature. It can be used to fill sprue bases.

Thickness: 5.0 diameter round x 30 cm long

Packing: 500gm Box / 55 Rods

Product CodePacking
2308/01212 Strips
2308/250250 g

Intended use / Indications:
Utility wax is used for protecting and preserving the periphery edge in removable prosthetics. The application of utility wax on the impression tray allows a perfect transfer of the periphery edge from the impression onto the model.

Properties & Advantages:
1. Extremely pliable at room temperature.
2. It can also be used to fill sprue bases.
3. The wax can be adapted at room temperature and can be used without pre-heating.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage

Grids Wax

Packing: 10 Pcs.

Description: While retention profile shape of the various MAARC wax retention is determined by the specific indication and clinical requirement. Excellent restoration result can be achieved in both mandibular and maxillary modelling. Both partial and total dental prosthesis can be modelled easily and efficiently.

MAARC wax retentions are available in packs of 10 pieces.

Shelf Life:

  • Best before 24 months under proper storage.

Retention Mesh

Slender shape with high stability is one of the requirements met superbly by these retentions.

Important Aspects: the complexity of wax-up is reduced, thus saving time, and the partial denture prosthesis acquires optimal stability and wearing comfort. The grid retentions with holes can also be integrated very well as reinforcing grids in total maxillary dentures made of plastic.

PackingProduct Code
10 Pcs2952/010

Intended use / Indications:
Reinforce the denture and reduces the chances of midline fracture of the denture.

Properties & Advantages:
They have an optimal anatomical shape and are made of easily adapted wax. Adhesion to the investment material model is optimal.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 24 months under proper storage

Clasp Wax

Also known as: Cast Partial Waxes

Description:
Clasp Profile waxes are primarily used in the wax-up technique; this can include sculpturing, build up and inlay work.

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Intended use / Indications:
Wax clasp profiles for molars and premolars are designed to ensure good hold and stability for dentures. Half-teardop shaped cross-sections are effective at preventing food residues from getting stuck. All clasp profiles have an optimal anatomical shape and are made of easily adapted wax. Adhesion to the investment material model is optimal.

Packing: 10 Pcs

Shelf Life:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 24 months under proper storage.

Inlay/Onlay Pattern Wax

Description: Inlay/Onlay wax are type-1 waxes which soften at a temperature that is not hazardous to the dental pulp tissue, hence can be used to prepare patterns of indirect-restorations in the patient’s mouth by direct-wax technique. They have uniform workability over a wide temperature range and facilitate accurate adaptation to the prepared cavity.

PackingProduct Code
Cervical Wax (1) Orange (200 g)2401/200
Cervical Wax (2) Blue / Blue (200 g)2402/200
Cervical Wax (3) Red / Blue (200 g)2403/200
Undercut Wax (4) Green (200 g)2404/200
Undercut Wax (5) Violet (200 g)2405/200
Sculpturing Wax (6) Coffee (200 g)2406/200
Carving Wax (7) Magenta (200 g)2407/200
Presentation Orange Inlay Wax (200 g)2408/200

Properties & Advantages:

  • Softer waxes with high flow are more flexible and are often used.

Shelf life and Storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage.

Casting Wax Sheets

Known As: Cast Partial Waxes

Description:
Dental casting waxes are primarily used in the wax-up technique; this can include sculpturing, build up and inlay work

Thickness: 0.3 to 0.6 mm

Size: 160 mm x 90 mm

Colour: ‘Maarc’ Casting Wax sheets are thin wax sheets. Available in Green / Blue color for cobalt chrome cast partial dentures.

PackingProduct Code
Sheets2206/200

The Sheets are wrapped in non-adhesive Silicone Paper to Facilitate easy removal.

Properties & Advantages:

  • The Sheets are sufficiently thin to have thinner casting as possible without defects to reduce machining.
  • They easily burn out during castings.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage.

Carving Wax/Wax Block

‘MAARC’ Carving Wax comes in small blocks slugs and in various colors like Translucent White, Yellow, Red, Blue.

Description:
Carving Waxes are made from high-quality ingredients and widely used in dentistry or dental lab.

PackingProduct Code
40 Blocks – White2501/040
40 Blocks – Red2502/040
40 Blocks – Blue2503/040
40 Blocks – Yellow2504/040

Thickness: 38 x 13 x 13 mm

Intended use / Indications:
It is applied to crown and bridges and is appreciated for its tough, hard, and bubble-free attributes as well as it does not chip or flake.

Properties & Advantages:

  • The Wax Blocks are easy to carve.
  • The special feature being the wax is sufficiently hard that it does not chip off at edges on applying pressure.
  • Free from air bubbles.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage.

Beading Wax

Description: It is a type of processing wax. Beading Wax is a soft wax ideal for dentists to use to bead round the edge of a functional impression prior to casting.

Packing: It comes in the pack of 12 strips wrapped in non-adhesive Silicone Paper to facilitate easy removal.

Product CodePacking
2309/012Pack of 12 strips

Thickness: 6 mm x 6 mm x 250 mm approx.

Intended use / Indications: Beading Wax is adapted around the impression borders to create the land area of the cast.

Properties & Advantages:

  • It is sticky enough to easily adapt at the periphery or edge of alginate impression / final impression by hand pressure.
  • It creates the base of the cast and preserves the outer portion of the cast.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at temp. between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage.

Spacer Wax

Thickness: 0.4 mm (+/-0.1 mm)

Packing: Upper and Lower Spacer Wax are packed separately. Wrapped in non-adhesive Silicone Paper to facilitate easy removal

PackingProduct Code
Upper-25 Sheets2601/025
Lower-25 Sheets2602/025

Intended use / Indications: To provide space for final impression material

Properties & Advantages:

  • Thin wax sheets of 0.3mm thickness – shape of Upper and Lower Base Plates
  • It increases the thickness of wax rims while making dentures using base plates.
  • Provide uniform thickness of impression material.
  • Use of spacer wax prevents direct contact of acrylic trays with soft tissues

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage

Boxing Wax

Description:
Used for boxing impressions prior to pouring the model. A tacky wax that results in perfect adhesion without the application of heat.

PackingProduct Code
6 inch-6 Sheets2203/006
12 inch-6 Sheets2204/006

Thickness: 160 x 45 x 1.5 mm

Packing: Pack of 6 Sheets wrapped in silicon paper to facilitate easy removal.

Intended use / Indications:
Boxing Wax is used to build up vertical walls around the impression in order to pour the gypsum product to make a cast base.

Properties & Advantages:

  • It is soft and tacky for boxing in impressions.
  • Adheres easily to most of the surfaces.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 40°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage.

Green Tracing Sticks

Description: Green tracing stick is a thermoplastic material supplied in the form of sticks (type-1 low fusing impression compound). It is a low fusing material primarily used for border extensions on custom impression trays as it attains uniform plasticity. Attains high viscosity at comfortable temperatures 55-65°C making it ideal for recording the full depth of the sulcus, recording of the borders during impression making for preparation of removable dental prosthesis, taking functional and relining impressions. Provides wide working area due to extra working time & quick hardening property when immersed in cold water.

Thickness: L 113 x 9 mm dia. weighing appx. 10 gms

PackingProduct Code
10 Sticks1501/010
15 Sticks1501/015
100 Sticks1501/100

Indication:

  • Low fusing material primarily used for border extensions on impression trays.
  • High viscosity also makes it ideal when recording the full depth of the sulcus.
  • Modify dentate tray by building up material where tooth has been extracted.
  • Make functional and relining impressions.

Properties & Advantages:

  • Suitable for muscle trimming work.
  • Fast and uniform plasticity.
  • Quick hardening in cold water.
  • Wide working area.

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage.

Inlay Sticks

Description:
Inlay/Onlay wax are type-1 waxes which soften at a temperature that is not hazardous to the dental pulp tissue, hence can be used to prepare patterns of indirect-restorations in the patient’s mouth by direct-wax technique. They have uniform workability over a wide temperature range and facilitate accurate adaptation to the prepared cavity

Thickness: L 114 x 8 mm dia of Big Sticks

PackingProduct Code
10 Sticks (70 g)2403/010

Properties & Advantages:

  • It comes in stick form.
  • It is used in institutes by students for easy application.

Intended Use/ Indications:
Used for the construction of wax pattern using direct wax technique, for fabrication of inlay & onlay restorations, fabrication of onlays and full coverage crowns by indirect wax technique on the die models

Shelf life and storage:

  • Store at Temp between 10°C to 30°C
  • Best before 60 months under proper storage.