Dental restoration adhesive A.R.T. Bond
photopolymerizable

dental restoration adhesive
dental restoration adhesive
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Characteristics

Applications
for dental restorations
Polymerization type
photopolymerizable

Description

A.R.T. Bond Etching & Bonding Classical, 2-step, light cured dentin-enamel bonding system with universal indications and high bond strength that has withstood the test of time and is scientifically recommended. Secure Bonding: protects from postoperative sensitivity Perfect marginal seal due to rapid initial bond strength in seconds Produces reliable biomechanical bridge between enamel, dentine and composite Universal application Definition Coltène® A.R.T. Bond is a light-curing, two-stage combined adhesive for adhesive restoration techniques, consisting of Primer A, B and a bonding agent. Composition Primer A contains: Maleic acid Sodium fluoride Water Primer B contains: Methacrylates Polyalkeneoate, methacrylised Water Bond contains: Methacrylates Polyalkeneoate, methacrylised Indications • Coltène® A.R.T. Bond is used to reliably bond composite material to enamel, dentine, gold (75%, 50%, 45%), non-precious metals NiCr, Ni-Cr-Be, silver-palladium, titan, amalgam, ceramics • sealing of cavities • protective layer for desensitising sensitive dental necks Contra-indications Established allergy to one of the bonding agent components. If the pulp chamber has been exposed, as in case of pulpitis. Side Effects Few cases of contact allergies have been reported with products of similar composition. For preventing possible pulp reactions in areas close to the pulp, the exposed dentine must be protected selectively over the pulpal chamber with calcium hydroxide liner.Interaction Before polymerisation, Coltène® A.R.T. Bond must not have contact with phenolic or other substances (e.g. zinc oxide eugenol).

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