Cements

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Premier Implant Cement is a noneugenol resin cement designed for implant-retained crowns and is suitable for temporary cementation of...
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Multilink Implant is indicated for adhesive cementation of indirect restorations made of metal, metalceramic, glass-ceramic, and...
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The low solubility results in a good marginal seal. Its two-stage cure features an initial gel phase for easy removal of excess cement....
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There’s no bonding, priming, or silanating required when using Retrieve. It is slightly flexible and does a great job holding onto metal...
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Telio CS Cem Implant is indicated for semi-permanent cementation of the following restorative materials on implant abutments made of...
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From PREAT, Implantlink temporary cement is designed specifically for implant restorations. When light cured, the cement can removed in...
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DentoTemp is a long term temporary cement ideal for permanent cementation of implant-retain crowns and is also efficient in cases of...
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Taub Dental introduces Zero-G Bio Implant Cement, a dual-cure cement for intermediate to long-term cementation of implant-retained...

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