Removable Prosthetic Specialties

Perma Ret

Perma Ret

Perma Ret Kit

Precious threaded metal wire for incorporation into predrilled openings in denture teeth, providing retention in acrylic resin or composite.

  • 1 Wire Holder
  • 3 Twist drills
  • 13 pieces of 80mm long rhodium coated wire

Perma Ret Wire Refill

Rhodium coated wire (1.05mm diameter) to provide retention in denture material.

Refill: 13 lengths of 80mm wire


Perma Ret Twist Drills

Twist drill for handpiece. Used to prepare a threaded recess in denture teeth for the wire.

Package of 3 twist drills


Perma Ret Wire Holder

Used to thread in the wire after the threaded recess has been created with the twist drills. 2 heads on the Wire Holder.

Packaged individually.



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Process denture base material.

Gingivamoll Instructions

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Look natural with Gingivamoll!

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The bottle of protective lacquer must be CLOSED immediately after each use. Air and warm temperatures thicken the protective lacquer, making a chemical bond on the mask surface impossible. Sealing the cap with wax is helpful to preserve the lacquer.

After applying the lacquer, place the prosthesis at room temperature on a dust-free plate in the oven, increasing the temperature to a maximum of 130 C for 10-15 minutes.

Correction-Repair Material

It is possible to correct a defect or tear in the mask. With a defect, such as impression error, a new impression of the appropriate part as well as the model is necessary. Clean the area to be repaired and apply activator liquid. Mix base and activator and apply where necessary on the model. Set the mask in place immediately, cover with a piece of foil, and apply light pressure. Polymerization can be helped by placing the mask in the oven for a few minutes.

Tears can be repaired in a similar manner on the original model.


Gingivamoll should be stored in a refrigerator at 15C / 60F and should be left at room temperature 30 minutes before use.

244 Blue eFiber Polishing Paste

244 Blue eFiber Polishing Paste

244 Blue Polishing Paste

Technical Information

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244 Blue Polishing Paste

Preat 244 Blue Polishing Paste is the finest single step polishing compound available. Water soluble for easy cleaning and elimination of staining to produce a high shine on acrylic, gold, composites, non-precious, and chrome cobalt alloys.

244 Blue is a high shine polish in stick form for polishing all acrylic denture base materials, flexible denture base materials, chrome cobalt alloys, gold alloys and composites. The polish may be used on felt wheels and cones, rag wheels, and buffs. Best results are achieved when used with either a goat hair and micro fiber mounted brush in a handpiece or lathe wheel.

The polish should be used at a slow speed of 1000 to 5000 rpm at a low to moderate pressure to eliminate excessive heat.

It is recommended that the user wear breathing and eye protection for personal safety.

Preat Denture Stippling Mandrel

Preat Denture Stippling Mandrel

Preat Denture Stippling Mandrel

The PREAT Stippling mandrel is designed for stippling processed denture base resins on full and partial dentures.

The ¼ inch shaft will fit most standard chucks on a dental lathe. The user should place 4 each of either a #2, #4, or #6 round straight handpiece or friction grip steel or carbide burs into the stippling mandrel and tighten them securely with the Allen wrench that is included with the stippling mandrel. Best results are achieved using dull or used burs.

The clustered, four-bur pattern develops a realistic patina on denture resin. The stippler is comfortable to use, as the vibration transmitted to your hand is reduced due to the even number of burs.

Run the lathe at a slow speed and use a light to moderate pressure on the denture base resin to produce a stippled surface to provide a natural appearance.

The user should wear both breathing and eye protection when using. It is also recommended to be used in front of vacuum.

The result is an effect that very closely mimics the natural stippled surface of tissue. Shorten the carbide burs before mounting them in the Stippler, bend them slightly, and either dull the cutting flute or use well worn burs in this device. It is up to you as to your desired effect–the Stippler makes quick work of a tedious job!

Which would you rather use?


The single bent #8 bur is a thing of the past!


Adding creativity and realism to your service!

Removable Partial Denture Repair

Removable Prosthetic Specialties


Preat has assembled a unique offering of removable prosthetic specialties to assist the dental professional. If you have a question in the application or use of any of these products, please contact any of our technical experts via e-mail or phone.


Pre-wetted E-glass fiber, pre-impregnated with a silane coupler that allows the material to bond to acrylics and composites.

Since eFiber truly bonds to acrylics and composites, you can grind/polish the prosthesis, adjust high spots, and place the reinforcement where it matters: at the edge to stop cracks/breaks from beginning.

Designed for chairside and Laboratory use.

View information and technique video here!

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Preat Perma Fiber & Mesh

Perma Fiber and Mesh are the ONLY reinforcement materials that acrylic resin will fill thoroughly and bond to. The initial mixture of acrylic resin will surround completely and bond to each individual glass fiber/mesh because of our PMMA-preimpregnation and SILANE coating of the fibers.

Fiber and mesh are a scientifically proven solution for composite and acrylic restorations. Over 10 years of research, 600 clinical cases in collaboration with both foreign and domestic universities, and 60 different publications stand firmly behind this product as the finest reinforcement material available.

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Perma Block

Perma Block is a specially designed, cellulose-based caulking and block-out material that is syringe delivered.

Perma Block will adhere to a wet rubber dam, gingival and mucosal tissues and teeth. It will adhere under water and saliva!

Ideal for chairside pickup of attachments, or blocking out undercuts during impressions.

Don’t “lock-in” attachments!

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Now Available in Time Saving easy to use single dose cartridges!

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Perma Ret

Perma Ret is a simple solution for Permanent Retention of acrylic and composite denture teeth in both full and partial dentures.

Simply drill a small hole in the tooth with the provided twist drill in a handpiece. Cut a length of wire and insert in the wire holder.

Thread the wire into the hole in the tooth. Bend the wire into the desired position. Then process the denture base material.

View the video here!

A starter kit contains

  • One pin vice for twist drills and wire
  • Three twist drills
  • 13 lengths of 80mm silver wire (biocompatible and will not corrode!).

Refills of wire, drills, and pin vice also available.

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Preat Denture Stippling Mandrel

A simple way to “stipple” removable prosthetics. Simply place four of your own old, dull burs in to the mandrel

and slowly vibrate to “stipple” the prosthesis.

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View Gingivamoll Instructions

Gingivamoll is a soft, flexible, silicone rubber removable gingival mask that esthetically replaces lost tissue and provides increased thermal comfort. This removable prosthesis is produced from surgical grade silicone rubber. It provides outstanding esthetics while the ease of insertion and removal provides for good hygiene. The mask is very thin, fits comfortably, and is virtually undetectable in the mouth, blending perfectly with vital tissue. The mask is easy to keep clean, stays soft, and is odorless.

Techniques for fabricating the mask are routine laboratory procedures.

The starter kit contains all the materials needed to fabricate three to four masks.-plus two instructional DVDs for the dentist/laboratory, and a patient video that outlines the procedures and benefits of the prosthesis.

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Silicone Cutter/Polishers

Silicone Cutter/Polishers are for final adjustment of acrylic denture base resins, eliminating mess and leaving a smooth surface.

The mounted Polisher should be used in either a handpiece or lathe at low to moderate speeds with light pressure to ensure

efficient removal and polishing of acrylic resin for partial and full dentures. Nine different sizes are available.


Quantity pricing available on orders of 6, 10, 25, and 125.

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F8           F9              F10          F11

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244 Blue Polishing Paste

Preat 244 Blue Polishing Paste is the finest single step polishing compound available. Water soluble for easy cleaning and elimination of staining to produce a high shine on acrylic, gold, composites, non-precious, and chrome cobalt alloys. It is very clean, polishes fast, and comes in a convenient, clean dispenser. It combines two step polishing and scratch removal in a single step.

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Quantity pricing is available on orders of 1, 3 and 12.

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Chairside Adjustment Kit

This denture and partial denture adjustment kit is designed to provide a convenient, clean, fast and functional system for reducing and polishing acrylic denture resin.

  • Saves Time–chairside reduction and polishing in seconds
  • Eliminates Mess–no messy pumice required
  • Fast reduction of acrylic resin
  • Silicone Cutter/Polisher leaves a smooth surface for try in
  • High lustre Polishing Paste puts a high shine on acrylic in seconds

The kit contains 3 Silicone Cutter/Polishers (F8, F9, F10), 1 tube 244 Blue, and 1 mounted buff wheel.


Do you use thermoplastic/flexible partials?

A great new way to polish them is using the Thermoplastic Polishing Kit Instructions
The kit contains:

  • 1 tube 244 blue polish
  • 1 large unmounted goat hair lathe wheel
  • 2 mounted goat hair polishing wheels

The Goat Hair wheels are very soft for a glass like finish and have a chamois insert for long life. 244 Blue is the easy one-step polishing compound for acrylics, composites, and dental alloys.

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Goat Hair Brushes with Chamois Insert

Soft goat hair Mounted Polishing brush with chamois inside for long life.

22mm diameter, 2.34mm length of shank.

6, 12, 36 per package


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Goat Hair Wheel with Chamois Insert

Soft goat hair Polishing Wheel with chamois inside for long life.

51mm diameter

3 and 12 per package


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Ceka Sol


Unique solder that contains its own flux and will solder any combination of precious, non-precious, chrome cobalt, or stainless steel alloys. Available in white or gold color.

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eFiber Bonding Technique

eFiber Bonding Technique

Clinical Technique

After acid etching, clean the area to be bonded using a pumice and water mix. Rinse with water and air dry. Use the composite bonding technique according to the bonding agent manufacturer’s instructions. Apply bonding agent to the entire tooth area to be bonded. Light cure the bonding agent as described by the manufacturer. Apply a think layer of flowable composite to the bonded teeth surfaces. Do not light cure the composite yet.

Re-activate the fiber wings with unfilled resin or monomer.

Place the pontic in place, with the fiber wings on the uncured flowable composite. Use the clear silicone tool to press and hold the fiber wings in place. Use the eFiber tool to block out the pontic area, and light cure the fiber wing for 5-10 seconds. Use the same technique to light cure one tooth/pontic area at a time.

Place flowable composite on the bonded fiber wings as well as the pontic area, and light cure one tooth/pontic area at a time for 40 seconds. Polish and finish the restoration as needed.

eFiber and Mesh Handling Instructions

eFiber & Mesh Handling Instructions

eFiber and Perma Mesh: General Information


eFiber is pre-wetted with both PMMA and Bis-GMA; do NOT wet this material. It is ready to use right out of the package.

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eFiber is light sensitive and comes packaged in a protective foil pouch. Please be sure to store the eFiber in the pouch, or out of the light, when not in use. eFiber is packaged in a clear silicone matrix, which may be used as a tool during fabrication. The fiber is sticky, and sometimes the fiber sticks to the paper backing on the silicone matrix.

If this happens, gently roll the fiber back into a bundle using your fingers, gloves are not mandatory.

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You can touch the fiber, and do not need special tools or scissors to cut the fiber. The “four finger” cutting technique  is recommended for best results.

The PMMA in Perma Mesh needs to be wet, or activated, prior to using. Two choices:

  • When using Mesh with acrylic, wet with a very slurry/thin mix of self-cure acrylic.
  • When using Mesh with composite or light cure resins, wet with PREAT Light Cure Wetting Agent.

The Light Cure Wetting Agent requires more wetting time to activate the PMMA than self cure acrylic.

Always “wet” Perma Mesh on a clean surface. A plastic bag works well.

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When the PMMA in the Mesh is thoroughly activated, the Mesh will be translucent

You do not need any special tools when working with Perma Mesh. Any sharp scissors will work fine to cut the Mesh.

Denture Repair with eFiber

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Re-assemble the broken denture and make a matrix to hold in place. Measure and cut the appropriate length of eFiber needed to repair a midline fracture (recommended from cuspid to cuspid). Cut a groove at the junction of the teeth and acrylic. Paint a small amount of Bonding Adhesive in the groove. Place the eFiber into the groove, and light cure for 5 seconds per unit. Apply repair acrylic using the technique of choice, process, and polish to a high shine.

Provisional Bridge

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For direct technique, make an impression prior to preparing the abutments. For indirect technique, wax the bridge on the model and make a putty matrix. Measure and cut a length of eFiber that will run the entire length of the bridge. Use the clear silicone to hold the eFiber in position, and light cure the eFiber through the clear silicone. Cut two or more small squares of Perma Mesh, and wet the Mesh with Light Cure Wetting Agent until the Mesh is translucent.

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Fill the impression/matrix with the parent material chosen for the temporary bridge. Place the cured eFiber, and then the wet Perma Mesh, into the matrix last. The eFiber should run the length of the bridge, and the Mesh will be placed over the abutments. Process the bridge, and easily cut and grind any excess fibers. Polish and finish.

Surface Retained Periodontal Splinting

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Use a rubber dam to isolate the area to be splinted. Clean the teeth, then acid etch and apply bonding agent, according
to the bonding agent manufacturer’s instructions. Use dental floss or wax rope to measure the length of eFiber needed.

Cut the appropriate length of eFiber. Place a thin (0.5mm) continuous layer of flowable composite over the teeth. Do not cure. Place the eFiber onto the composite. Use the stepper tool or silicone matrix to hold in place, and start at one end, light curing 5 seconds per tooth. Use the stepper to keep the adjacent tooth out of the light. Place another thin layer of flowable composite over the eFiber, and cure for 40 seconds per tooth. Polish and adjust the splint.

Chairside Light Cure Acrylic

Chairside Light Cure Acrylic


Light cure acrylic resin in pre-filled syringes for visible light polymerization of denture attachments.


9403 Light Cure Kit
9412 Light Cure Acrylic Resin Syringe (Clear Color)
9413 Light Cure Acrylic Resin Syringe (Tissue Color)
9414 Black Macro Syringe Tip (Bag of 20)
9415 Bottle of Resin Curing Primer
9416 Disposable Primer Brush (Bag of 20)
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The Light Cure Acrylic Resin is appropriate for use in chairside pickup of most dental attachments into an overdenture or partial denture, where autopolymerizing resin, (self-curing acrylic), may cause negative patient reactions or pose difficulties in replacing denture attachments.


The Light Cure Acrylic Resin Syringe is not appropriate for use in a case where attachments are being processed into a new denture by the dental laboratory.


Chairside Light Cure Acrylic Resin:

  • Clear and Tissue colored light cure acrylic resins prepackaged in handy, ready to use syringes.
  • The denture can be placed over the intra-oral attachment with less chance of movement due to the unobstructed attachment recess.
  • There is no rush to perform the important step of checking occlusion and proper seating of the patient’s appliance. When everything is correct, the denture remains in place while light cure acrylic resin is injected in and around the attachment through a small access hole.

Self-Curing Acrylic Resin:

  • Time consuming mixing is necessary. Possible negative patient reaction to the unpleasant taste and burning sensation related to liquid monomer.
  • Filling the denture attachment recessed with self-curing acrylic and then forcing it over the attachment can cause displacement of the attachment as well as “locking in” of the attachment.
  • A time factor exists when determining proper seating of denture intra orally while the self-curing acrylic resin proceeds to set up.


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Chairside Ajudstment Kit (F-polishers)

Chairside Adjustment Kit (F-polishers)

Chairside Adjustment Kit

This denture and partial denture adjustment kit is designed to provide a convenient, clean, fast and functional system for reducing and polishing acrylic denture resin.

  • Saves Time – chairside reduction and polishing in seconds
  • Eliminates Mess – no messy pumice required
  • Fast reduction of acrylic resin
  • Silicone Cutter/Polisher leaves a smooth surface for try in
  • High lustre Polishing Paste puts a high shine on acrylic in seconds

The kit contains 3 Silicone Cutter/Polishers (F8, F9, F10), 1 tube 244 Blue, and 1 mounted buff wheel.

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F-8 Bin A71

F-9 Bin A72

F-10 Bin A61

Blue 244 (Under processing counter)
Mounted Goat Hair Wheel Bin A75

Ceka Sol Solder

Ceka Sol Solder

Ceka Sol Solder

Technical Information

Ceka Sol is a range of low fusing dental solders that contain their own flux and may be used in multiple applications, especially when working with dissimilar metals.

The items to be soldered should always be cleaned and properly positioned in a correct temperature soldering investment. If soldering jigs are available, use them to assist in the proper position of the items during soldering.

Always read the labeling to be sure you are using the correct solder for the metals to be soldered and soldering at the correct temperatures.

Ceka Sol and Ceka Sol Filigran are a yellow gold color for soldering precious alloys, non-precious alloys and chrome cobalt alloys. The melting range is 780-820 degrees C or 1446-1508 F.

  • Ceka Sol W is a white colored solder for soldering precious alloys, non-precious alloys, and chrome cobalt alloys.  The melting range is 865-930 degrees C or 1589 -1706 degrees F.
  • Ceka Sol L is a yellow colored solder for soldering precious alloys and chrome cobalt alloys.  The melting range is 615-630 degrees C or 1139-1166 degrees F.
  • Ceka Sol G is a yellow colored solder for soldering only precious alloys. The melting range is 755-820 degrees C or 1391-1508 degrees F.
  • Ceka Sol CR is a white colored solder for soldering Chrome Cobalt alloy. The melting range is 1000-1030 degrees C or 1832-1886 degrees F.

It is recommended that the user wear breathing protection for safety from breathing fumes. Cleaning of any discoloring should be done with a fiberglass pencil (available from PREAT Corporation). It is not recommended to clean with acid.