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DMP is a leading manufacturer of high-quality dental materials. (Image: Dental Tribune International)

Fri. 17. March 2023


COLOGNE, Germany: DMP has more than 35 years of experience in dental material manufacturing, and the company supplies the global dental market, achieving top quality and reliability through the integrity, passion and commitment ingrained in DMP’s culture. DMP has expanded its BRIGHT TEMPORARY C&B composite family with 10:1 and 4:1 delivery systems. Visitors to the International Dental Show (IDS) can learn more at the company’s booth.

DMP is best known for BONASIL—its broad range of silicone impression materials—and for its BRIGHT line of aesthetic filling materials. DMP aims to create bright smiles and to provide the highest level of satisfaction by cooperating closely with its customers and maintaining a high degree of flexibility in catering for individual market needs.

BRIGHT TEMPORARY C&B is a self-polymerising, mouldable composite for the fabrication of provisional crown and bridge restorations. It offers exceptional aesthetic results and has optimal mechanical and physical properties. Its simplicity of use makes it the ideal product for provisional restorations. The material is characterised by its very high flexural and compressive strength, allowing the fabrication of long-lasting provisional restorations. This is achieved by using organic monomers of the highest quality and glass filler with ideal particle size dispersion. Moreover, the advanced technology keeps the water sorption at the lowest level possible in order to avoid material failure.

The glass filler in the formulation contains a scientifically developed blend of opaque and translucent components to assure normal vitality. The material has sufficient opacity to mask darkness and yet enough translucency to offer a vibrant, natural appearance.

BRIGHT TEMPORARY C&B is defined by its simplicity of use. It has a thin oxygen inhibition layer and can be easily trimmed, finished and polished, thus saving time in daily practice. In addition, the composite contains the ideal ratio of active ingredients, keeping the heat generated during polymerisation at nearly zero, ensuring patient comfort and protecting the dental pulp.

IDS attendees are invited to visit DMP's booth (#B028/C029) in Hall 10.1. More information can be found at

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