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Impression tray dental cement ORTHOFIX-AQUA
orthodonticglass ionomerpolycarboxylate

impression tray dental cement
impression tray dental cement
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Characteristics

Applications
for impression trays, orthodontic
Other characteristics
glass ionomer, polycarboxylate

Description

Dental cements for orthopedics Ortofix-Aqua Orthofix-Aqua system of dental water-hardening cements has been developed to improve the quality of orthopedic treatment of patients using non-removable dentures, to increase the crowns and dental bridges terms of use, combining: glass ionomer cement; polycarboxylate cement; calcium-containing cement for temporary fixation . Ortofix-Aqua cements are used for permanent (S and P) and temporary fixation (K) of crowns, inlays, pins, prosthetic bridges, orthopedic and orthodontic constructions. Orthofix-Aqua GLASS-IONOMER is a mechanical mixture of aluminofluorosilicate glass and dry polyacrylic acid. Glass ionomer cement powder mixes easily with water until the required consistency is obtained. Glass ionomer reaction starts immediately after mixing. The material possesses good adhesion to enamel and dentine, low solubility, high mechanical strength. It prevents secondary caries development due to gradual fluorine ions release. Orthofix-Aqua POLYCARBOXYLATE cement is a mechanical mixture of modified zinc oxide and dry polyacrylic acid. Orthofix-Aqua polycarboxylate cement possesses good adhesion to dentine, enamel and to major structural dental materials. It also features low solubility and shrinkage, high stability. Orthofix-Aqua polycarboxylate cement powder is easily mixed with water until the required consistency is obtained. It causes no pain senses when fixing crowns and prosthetic bridges. Packaging: Powder - 30 g/80 g/200 g

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