Glass-ionomer cement Cemion
Cemion glass-ionomer chemically cured radiopaque cement features good chemical adhesion to enamel and dentine. Cemion cement is obtained by mixing powder and liquid. The powder is fine fluoroaluminum glass. The liquid is a water solution of modified polyacrylic acid.
Glass-ionomer reaction starts immediately after mixing powder and liquid, accompanied by the release of fluorine ions strengthening dentine, featuring bactericidal effect and preventing formation of secondary caries. Cemion material features high biocompatibility with tooth tissues, strength and stability to acidic erosion, provides a perfect marginal seal, radiopaque.
Powder (A2) - 20 g;
Liquid - 10 ml;
Conditioner - 10 ml;
Varnish - 10 ml
One dose of material per one patient is used in two consistency: ~0.18 - 0.30 g; 0.7 g