Bite Registration Material from Parkell


Bite registrations, matrices, model bases, bite plates and now CAD scanning capabilities—the uses for Blu-Mousse® just keep growing!


For over twenty years, Blu-Mousse has been a favorite VPS material in dental offices world-wide. Originally intended as a bite registration material, Blu-Mousse has evolved into a VPS with a “can-do” attitude. It’s amazing the number of clinical applications this little dynamo truly has.


For example, it’s an ideal material for use as a matrix when fabricating both direct and indirect provisionals. Blu-Mousse, when used with our low-viscosity die silicone Mach-2®, has seen incredible success with the Laminar Flow/Closed Mouth impression technique. Furthermore, it functions as a fantastic rigid tray material for tray-free impressions or stabilizing plastic quadrant trays when partnered with low-viscosity VPS materials like Parkell’s Cinch™ Light or our premium VPS, SHARP™ Wash. Blu-Mousse sets to a super-stiff hardness registering a 90 durometer. You can even use it to create a base on a Mach-2 die model in under 6 minutes!


What else can Blu-Mousse do?
Well, it turns out that we can add scannability to Blu-Mousse’s achievements. Use it as a tooth-positioning index on a C-Stat Camera Stabilizer (CEREC® D). Create a scannable occlusal index for CEREC® and E4D systems that is incredibly accurate down to the most minute detail.

Of course, we’re proud to say that Blu-Mousse remains one of the most accurate, most stable bite registration materials in dentistry. And even though the versatility of Blu-Mousse seems limitless, it is still the light, fluffy VPS material we created it to be. With its whipped cream texture, it offers no resistance when a patient bites down, so it won’t trigger any reflexes that would affect the integrity of your bite registration.



  • Peppermint scent
  • Exceptional accuracy.
  • 2-minute set.
  • Plaster-like hardness (90-durometer).
  • Dependable, no-slump consistency.
  • Does it all from conventional bite registration techniques to modern-day digital impressions.