Dental restoration dental bond Brush&Bond®

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Bonds direct and indirect composite restorations to all tooth surfaces. Permanently seals the tubules to prevent sensitivity. Protects the pulp against microleakage and bacterial invasion. Creates an acid and wear-resistant shield for the tooth. Doubles the surface hardness of the preparation. Cures with all currently available curing lights. Low film thickness won't affect crown fit. Also available— Brush&Bond® UNIVERSAL One 3ml Dentin/Enamel Bonding Liquid Tried & true—the easy-to-use, high-strength bonding agent that protects and desensitizes! Reduce your chairside time and simplify that growing collection of adhesives in your operatory with Parkell’s remarkably efficient self-etch bonding system, Brush&Bond®. It works with all light-, self- and dual-cure resins—something not every self-etch bonding material can lay claim to. You can use it to bond direct and indirect restorations to all tooth surfaces, seal crown preps, assist with core build-ups, and act as a relief agent for patients with dentin hypersensitivity. In the three steps it takes to apply Brush&Bond, you’ve created a durable, bonded, tripolymer shield that protects the tooth like bionic enamel and also: Renders the tooth acid-resistant. Permanently seals tubules to prevent post-op sensitivity. Guards pulp against harmful pathogens that penetrate leaky margins. Increases the hardness of the dentinal surface up to 10 times more than dentin coated with conventional bonding agents! The film thickness of some self-etch adhesives can measure as much as 50 microns thick. An application of Brush&Bond creates a film just 5 microns thick, so it has no adverse effects on final crown fit at all!


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