Dual resin cement.
• Adequate flow
• Mechanical strength
Versatility: Excellent adhesion to different surfaces.
Dual curing: Light curing and chemical curing in areas where light does not fully reach.
Radiopacity: Possibility of radiographic diagnosis.
Definitive cementation of:
– Full porcelain crowns and bridges or fused to precious, semi-precious or non-precious metals
– Inlays, onlays, crowns and veneers made of porcelain or composite resin.
– Fiberglass, ceramic or metallic intraradicular posts.
1) Prosthetic pieces shall be treated according to their material: a- Metallic or metal-ceramic: we recommend sanding with abrasive particles to make it rough and increase anchoring for the piece. Also, the use of a primer for metal may be considered, to increase retention. b- Ceramic conditional or lab composite: we recommend acid etching of the internal surface using fluoride acid and subsequent application of silane, according to the manufacturer’s recommendations for the respective products.2
After treating the piece, apply a thin layer of cement into it and bring it to position, ensuring proper flowing of the cement through the preparation margins.3
Keep the piece on position and start cleaning the cement excess after approximately 3 to 5 minutes from the beginning of paste mixing. If the cement excess is removed shortly after positioning the pieces, the margins must be light cured to prevent the effect of the oxygen inhibited layer.