Dental cements and liners can be made from resin, phosphate or phenolate. Dental cements are composite materials made from powders usually zinc oxide or aluminosilicate can be mixed with various liquid agents such as phosphoric acid, eugenol, polyacrylic, eugenol, etc to cause a reaction. The liquid partially dissolves the powder particles and forms a matrix which becomes hard and act as a glue and is used as dental cement for crowns and posts.
Resin reinforced glass ionomer luting cement designed for final cementation of metal, porcelain-fused-to-metal and metal free crowns,bridges, inlays and onlays. It bonds chemically and mechanically to tooth structure and all types of core material. Learn More
The universal cleaning paste Ivoclean effectively cleans the bonding surfaces of prosthetic restorations after intraoral try-in and thus creates optimum pre-requisites for the adhesive luting procedure.
Firm Retention/Easy Removal
4X greater retention than most zinc-oxide cements
Non-irritating to soft tissue. Will not inhibit permanent cementation
Known to reduce sensitivity and act as a sedative to the pulp
A proven anti-bacterial agent
Good marginal seal with no wash-out Learn More
Copaliner protects the dentin and penetrates, fills, and seals the tubuli. It insulates against thermal, galvanic reaction, electrical shock, and prevents hyperemia, death of the pulp, and discoloration. Learn More