Justi Cadco Cast Iron Range - Black
Justi Cadco Cast Iron Range - Black - Click to enlarge

“The Ceramist’s Friend”

Same technique as is used with porcelains

The Justi Pakto® System is a high quality resin-to-metal alternative to Porcelain

Justi-Pakto is a new crown and bridge resin material system designed to save time and labor while offering maximum physical properties to simulate the hardness of natural dentition. Justi-Pakto is not a methyl methacrylate, a composite or a porcelain. It is 100% poly glycol dimethacrylate resin and is processed in a dry heat pressurized chamber.

The areas of application are:
  • Crown and bridge veneers
  • Facings on partial dentures and attachment frames
  • Inlays of all types
  • Maryland-type bridges
  • Temporary crowns and bridges

Justi-Pakto can be used with any ADA recommended metal with no color change or fractures. The opaque has superior masking qualities and chemically bonds to the tooth shaded resin material.

Color verification can be done before the resin is cured since the shade is identical when cured. Justi-Pakto is shaded to match the Vita-Lumin® Shade System. (Vita-Lumin is not a registered trademark of American Tooth Industries.)

The same tools used to process porcelain can be used for Justi-Pakto. The Justi-Pakto Curing System utilizes 2 pieces of equipment:
  • A 4 quart, dry heat pressurized pot.
  • A Justi Cadco Cast Iron Range*.
* The Justi Cadco Cast Iron has been tested with the pressure pot system and is the recommended Pakto Pot Stove
Justi Pakto Kit
Justi Pakto Kit
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