Thixotropic Impression Materials: What is the Advantage?

Dr. W. asks:
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I keep seeing advertisements for thixotropic impression materials like SternVantage Quick Light Body. How are these used to your advantage when making an impression? I would think that not flowing very much would produce incomplete impressions where the material did not cover the finish lines of the prepared teeth. I have recently seen advertisements for a number of low viscosity impression materials that are thixotropic. I just don’t see any reason to use these. Am I missing something?

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