Resin modified glass ionomer cement for tooth bonding and restoration, cannot be used with composite resin.
• Cementation of porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns and bridges metal crowns, inlays and onlays all-alumina or all-zirconia strengthened core ceramic restorations resin inlays, onlays, crowns and bridges.
• Orthodontic bands
• Final cementation of PFMs, metal crowns, all-alumina or all-zirconia strengthened core ceramic restorations to implant abutments
• Suitable for both dual cure and light cure.
• High strength after curing for it works as the reaction principle of both GIC and resin cement. Sufficient bond strength to the tooth structure.
• Double paste, auto-mixing technology contributes to accurate mixed ratio and easy way to use.
• Easy to operate due to its feature of self-etching and self-bonding. No need for etching or adhesive.
• Radiopaque. By taking X-rays, Patients can effectively evaluate their oral conditions, including the history of dentistry clinical, clinical examination and evaluation of dental disease. Helps determine the filling repair situation, also helps determine whether secondary caries happen.
• Constant fluoride-releasing effectively reduces the incidence of dental caries.
• Excess cement can be easily removed.
|Mixing Ratio (base:catalyst)||1:01|
|Working Time (minimum)||1 minute 30 seconds|
|Intra-oral Setting Time (maximum, from initial mix)||4 minutes 30 seconds|