Free Standard Shipping on All Orders $285+
Instructions for Use (IFU)
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Product AllergensSee any common allergens this product may contain >>
This amount is an estimate based on retail price. The actual amount due (shown at the final stages of your order) may be different from what is displayed here.
Items returned within 30 days of purchase with a return authorization number on the outside and inside of the return box will be credited 100%. Product returned between 31 and 60 days from purchase date is subject to a 20% restocking fee. Ultradent will not accept returns after 60 days. Errors in shipment must be reported within 14 days of invoice date. All return authorization numbers become invalid 90 days after date of issue. A return authorization number must accompany all returns to receive proper credit. Please contact Customer Service at 800.552.5512 for assistance.
J-Temp temporary resin is a radiopaque, light-cured, flowable, methacrylate-based resin that provides a durable, temporary material for multiple clinical indications. J-Temp resin is self-leveling1, has less than a 5% shrinkage rate2, and its distinctive purple color is easy to distinguish from enamel and dentin without being too noticeable to the patient. With such versatility and quality, J-Temp temporary resin will quickly become a mainstay in your practice.
- Four clinical indications for use:
- Temporary restorations (endodontics, walking bleach technique, inlay/onlay, cusp buildup)
- Splinting between multiple implant copings for impressions to resist impression material distortion
- Provide structure for isolation clamping and to act as a barrier to endodontic irrigants
- Bite ramps and temporary occlusal buildups during orthodontics
- Less than a 5% shrinkage rate2
- Purple color for ease of identification and removal
- Dye free
- Use with Black Mini™ tip
One Temporary Dental Resin
—So Many Possibilities!
J-Temp temporary resin was developed by Ultradent’s own Dr. Jaleena Jessop to better meet the wide variety of needs that clinicians face. It is a radiopaque, light-cured, flowable, methacrylate-based resin that provides a durable—yet temporary—material for multiple uses such as temporary restorations, tooth buildups, and more.
J-Temp temporary resin is easy to deliver via syringe with Ultradent’s Black Mini Tip. The viscosity of the material allows a predictable flow which adapts to the tooth structure.1 J-Temp temporary resin has less than a 5% shrinkage rate, reducing the possibility of an open margin around a temporary restoration.2 Its distinctive purple color is easy to differentiate from enamel and dentin. Additionally, it can be visualized under X-ray to ensure all temporary resin has been removed.3
Designed by dentists, for dentists, J-Temp temporary resin is the versatile multi-purpose every office needs. With so much to offer, it will quickly become one of your go-to products. Explore all you can do with J-Temp temporary resin below and try it today!
Four Clinical Indications For Use
J-Temp temporary resin has four approved clinical indications. With such versatility, J-Temp resin will quickly become one of your go-to products. Take a look at its wide variety of uses, and download the step-by-step guide below for the full procedures.
1. Temporary restorations
(endodontics, walking bleach technique, inlay/onlay, cusp buildup)
Temporary restorative materials are commonly used during endodontic procedures. For example, during root canal therapy or for the walking bleach technique, J-Temp temporary resin may be directly placed inside the tooth over a barrier such as a cotton or Teflon pellet.
2. Splinting between multiple implant
copings for impressions to resist
impression material distortion.
J-Temp temporary resin may be used as splinting between multiple implant copings before taking an impression for an implant-supported prosthesis. Doing so will prevent possible distortions as a result the impression material pulling the implant copings toward each other when the impression sets.
3. To provide structure for isolation clamping
and to act as a barrier for
J-Temp temporary resin provides a simple way to build up the tooth enough to support an isolation clamp if too much of the natural tooth structure has been lost. The temporary structure provided by J-Temp resin allows for the secure placement of a rubber dam to act as a barrier for endodontic irrigants.
4. Bite ramps and temporary occlusal buildups during orthodontics.
J-Temp temporary resin may also be used to create bite ramps for orthodontics and temporary onlays used in occlusal rehabilitation treatments. Because high shear strength is necessary due to high masticatory forces during orthodontic treatment, a temporary material such as J-Temp resin works well.
- Data on file.
- Data on file.
- Data on file.