Cements

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Bases and Liners(36)
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3M
Bosworth Company (A Division of Keystone Industries)
Dentsply Sirona Restorative
Doxa Dental Inc.
Glustitch
Ivoclar Vivadent Inc.
J. Morita Usa
Keller Laboratories, Inc.
Keystone Industries
Patterson Dental
Pulpdent Corporation
Shofu Dental Corporation
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Doxa’s Ceramir Crown & Bridge ushers in a new class of luting cements with nanostructurally integrating bioceramics. Manufactured by Doxa...
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Hy-BondZinc Phosphate Cement seals dentinal tubules and minimizes post-operative sensitivity. This dental cement is used for seating...
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FlecksZinc Phosphate Cement is used for cementing crowns, inlays, fixed bridgework, orthodontic bands, temporary fillings and as a base...
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IPS e.max Abutment Solutions Cem Kit includes a multilink hybrid abutment cement which is a self-curing luting composite for the...
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Multilink Hybrid Abutment cement is a self-curing luting composite for the permanent extraoral cementation of ceramic structures made of...
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PeriAcryl90 High Viscosity Oral Tissue Adhesive is an easy to control cyanoacrylate tissue adhesive that is useful in dental surgeries. •...
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PowerTemp is an automix temporary cement from J. Morita indicated for temporary cementation of crowns and bridges as well as tryin and...
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PolyCarb WaterSet is a water-activated polycarboxylate cement recommended for temporary and permanent cementation of crowns, bridges,...
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PowerTemp is available in a 50 ml cartridge or a 5 ml mini syringe.
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ZOE (zinc, oxide and eugenol) is often used as a cavity liner or temporary filling material.
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Zinc Cement is a Type 1, Class II permanent cement with fine particle size for accurate seating of precision appliances and other uses....
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Ivoclar Vivadent introduces Variolink Esthetic, a dual-curing adhesive cement that provides dentists with...

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  • Julie Cullen

    I’ve known Dr. Ron Kaminer for years. Probably more years than either of us would like to admit. Over that time, I’ve come to trust him when I have clinical questions. He’s always quick to respond and he offers great insight into products, procedures, technology…just about all things dental. In a recent conversation, he filled me in on the top 5...

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  • Julie Schmitt

    Help BISCO celebrate its 35th anniversary and take advantage of their 35% off promotion! Over the past 35 years, BISCO has become a leader in adhesion dentistry and restorative materials. Founded in 1981 and headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois, BISCO has built a tradition of excellence through its research and development, manufacturing, and...

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  • Parag Kachalia

    DPS Editorial Advisory Board Member, Dr. Parag Kachalia, shared his feedback with the DPS editors about dental cements, specifically GC America's G-CEM LinkAce. DPS: How long have you been using G-GEM LinkAce? Dr. Kachalia: I’ve been using it for almost 1 year. DPS: What was the reason you started using it? Dr. Kachalia: GC America has always...

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  • Victoria Jordan

    In a research article published in the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry, evidence supports the belief that bioactive dental cements may have the ability to seal marginal gaps. Results from the study showed that while 3 conventional control cements showed no evidence of marginal gap occlusion, bioactive and surface apatite-forming...

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  • Frank Delvalle

    In the last few years, cements have become more diverse in the specificity of their applications. There are now cements for almost every application of restorations in dentistry. The advent of new chemistry has allowed the practitioner to selectively choose the specific cement for the material and the patient's state of oral health. For...

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  • Mariano Polack

    Dr. Polack, what are the top 5 changes you’ve seen in cements since you wrote Contemporary Dental Cements, An Inside Look at a Vital Dental Material for Dental Product Shopper in 2011? Not much has changed except I believe that self-etching resin cements are probably the most popular cements now. The biggest change since 2011 seems to be the...

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